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Crowdsourcing Voices for a New Kind of Community Choir

by Jacob Uitti

Joel DeJong, founder of the South End’s Crowdsource Choir, a non-religious and non-commitment-orientated singing group, remembers a night in 2017 on the light rail train. He and his wife were on their way home around midnight after seeing the famed rock group U2 at CenturyLink Field with a crowd of many thousands. But on the train, DeJong noticed, everyone was on their phones, removed from one another. So, like one does, he started singing Bono’s lyrics.

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Williams Project Brings Kushner’s ‘Bright Room Called Day’ to Hillman City

by Georgia McDade

Should I stay or should I go? Be there or not to be there? Speak up or be silent? The characters in Tony Kushner’s drama A Bright Room Called Day  ask themselves these questions and many others, but not at the beginning of the play. The audience, by extension, may ask themselves the same questions.

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Art Exhibit Returns Realism to Hillman City

by Ellis Simani

You may remember hearing of the Seattle Realist Artists in February when we reported on their first exhibition at the Hillman City Collaboratory. The inaugural exhibit featured a group of students, emerging and professional artists, all of whom showcased a range of work on sale to the public. Continue reading Art Exhibit Returns Realism to Hillman City

Celebration of Revolutionary Women This Friday in Hillman City

By Devin Chicras

Perhaps no other undertaking so far has quite as strongly exemplified the Emerald’s spirit of delivering content “by and for the community” than last month’s “31 Days of Revolutionary Women” series, which turned Women’s History Month from an obligatory rattling off of the usual subjects and a casual tip of the hat into an all-out month-long celebration of those who brought the badass-ery, blazed the heck out of the trails, put their very lives on the line or just plain weren’t afraid to be themselves – all without giving a damn about who considered their deeds worth of history books or made-for-television biopics.  Continue reading Celebration of Revolutionary Women This Friday in Hillman City

This Weekend In South Seattle: Party with “Three Kings” and Plan for a “Bazaar” Time in Hillman City

Events this weekend in the South Seattle area

Collected by Michael Alexander

Saturday, Janurary 3rd

Fitness:  Kettleball Fundamentals WorkshopDetails: Whether you’ve been incorporating kettlebell exercise into your workouts on your own or have never picked one up, this workshop will help you fine-tune the basics of using these fun and effective tools to burn hundreds of calories an hour and gain strength and endurance for fitness or sport. We’ll cover essential kettlebell safety, technique and exercises like the kettlebell swing, clean and snatch under the tutelage of the 2014 WA USAPL Coach of the Year, Nikolai Puchlov. Maximum 6 students to ensure quality. Don’t miss out on this limited opportunity to get hands on experience and your questions answered from a pro. Cost is $80  Time: 10:30am-12:30pm  Where: Seattle Kettleball Club at Ridge Fitness 1413 31st Ave S Seattle, WA 98144-  More Info:  info@strikerfit.net Continue reading This Weekend In South Seattle: Party with “Three Kings” and Plan for a “Bazaar” Time in Hillman City

This Weekend In South Seattle: “Take Yo Time” at the Collaboratory, Empower Seattle and Don’t Miss The Circus Coming to Town

Events this weekend in the South Seattle area

Friday, November 14th

Community: VFW Meat Raffle Details:The Skyway/Westhill VFW will be hosting their weekly meat raffle. Come for the beef and stay for the company. You may just score some savory cuts of prime dead cow. – Time: 4:00pm-7:00pm –Where: 7421 S 126th Street, Seattle, WA – More Info: persimmon1859@gmail.com
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