by Emerald Staff
South Seattleites looking to quickly put 2016 in the rear view as they desperately dash to 2017 won’t have to travel far come New Year’s Eve.
The Columbia City Theater will be ringing in the New Year by throwing what owner Lara Lavi calls an epic extravaganza, that will see a night of high class entrees, ever flowing champagne, and a musical performance by one of the world’s premiere steampunk bands. Continue reading Columbia City Theater Kicks Off 2017, Centennial Celebration on New Year’s Eve With Steampunk
by Victoria Garcia
Last Saturday, December 3, 2016, the fourth Rainier Valley Lit Crawl took place in Hillman City. This free event brought together a dozen diverse, dynamic, high-energy literary artists from throughout the Seattle area to perform their work at four different Rainier Avenue venues. Continue reading Poetry, Passion, and Honey Wine: Rainier Valley Lit Crawl #4
by Charhys Bailey
Only days ago, I was invited to write a review of House of Dinah, a deeply emotional and surreal theatrical performance about five intergenerational Black Queens written by acclaimed Bronx-born playwright, Jerome A. Parker, and directed by Intiman Theatre’s Andrew Russell featuring the work of Detroit-raised/Seattle-based choreographer and teaching artist, Dani Tirrell. Continue reading House of Dinah Review: “I Opened up My Mouth and God Came Out”