I nestle into my knee-hugging self and am content at these simple pleasures.
Village Theatre’s “The Noteworthy Life of Howard Barnes” Sings & Dances It’s Way Through the Life of Mr. Average in True Musical Fashion
Village Theatre’s “The Noteworthy Life of Howard Barnes," A Strange Musical About A Man Whose Life Has Become a Musical
"I started to cry for some reason."
Cirque du Soleil’s "Volta" under the big top at Marymoor Park in Redmond is a stunning show that should not be missed.
"Coral sunset imagine Elvis and Aretha gospel duet."
You can still enjoy the crunch of your favorite snacks while cutting out the salt. Make your own!
It's that time of year when you start to notice the signs of fall, like slightly cooler temps and crisp air, yellow school buses on the road and the slight tinge of colors on the leaves of trees. But, perhaps, one of the most obvious indicators is the roar of football fans cheering for their teams in stadiums across the country.
"Old lady babies were older women who dressed like teenagers."
Both ladies were eager to meet in person but the 5-hour round trip from Bellevue to Lynden was not to be, even for two former jitterbuggers
I had the fun of interviewing a humorous woman by the name of Nancy Breckenridge, and what a story she has!
The aspect of community we are exploring this month is “respect and social inclusion.” What does this mean to you?
When Nellie Cornish arrived in Seattle in 1900, she was a 24-year-old piano teacher looking to make a living in a city that was more hospitable to Gold Rush prospectors than it was to the fine arts
This "hot sheet" of upcoming cultural events in the greater Seattle area is only a sampling of notable arts events, courtesy of VisitSeattle.com
Carol is living proof that regardless of how sick you are, it’s never too late to add some pizzazz to your bucket list.
When I retired in 2005, my goal was to sew all the fabric I owned into aprons.