Friday, July 20th:
Live Music/Community: Music Under the Stars
“Music Under the Stars is back! Join Seattle Chamber Music Society for another summer of FREE, outdoor classical music at Columbia Park. Bring a blanket, a picnic, and some family and friends to enjoy extraordinary classical music. Each event begins at 7:30pm with live music performed by a student ensemble and continues at 8:00pm with a live audio broadcast of the world-class Summer Festival concert from Benaroya Hall, provided directly to the park by Classical KING-FM 98.1.” ALL AGES
Time: 7:30–10 PM
Where: Columbia Park—4721 Rainier Ave S.
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Friday, July 13th:
Open Mic/Performance: Legacy Fridays Open Mic / Showcase
Respect The Culture Presents Vol. 17 of Legacy Fridays (occurs second Fridays monthly), hosted by Suntonio Bandanaz w/ DJ Neebor (Robbin Neebor Clemente). Featured performers tonight are TBD. Limited sign-up performer slots available (arrive early!). ALL AGES
Time: 6 PM–12 AM
Where: Cypher Cafe at Washington Hall—153 14th Ave
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by Teri Youngman
Lupita Nyong’o shines as Nakku Harriet, a widowed mother of four struggling to survive in the slums of Katwe, a neighborhood in the Ugandan capital of Kampala. However, her daughter, Phiona Mutesi, is destined for great things thanks to a little game called chess, in Queen of Katwe, a fun, inspirational and slightly by the numbers feel-good tale. Continue reading Emerald Eye: Queen of Katwe Review
by Teri Youngman
Director Nate Parker delivers a powerful depiction of the real life slave rebellion led by enslaved preacher Nat Turner, a rebellion resulting in the deaths of about 60 Whites and eventually hundreds of black slaves in South Hampton County Virginia, in 1831. Continue reading The Emerald Eye: Review of Birth of a Nation