Immerse yourself in the history and art of the tattoo at MoPOP's new exhibit, which kicks off with an opening party on Friday. Grant Hinsley
Our arts critics have already recommended 53 great things to do this week and our music critics have picked the 34 best music shows, but there are still hundreds more events happening. To prevent some of the quirkier and more extraordinary ones from slipping through the cracks, we've compiled them here—from Brouwer's Beerlesque to Lowbrow Opera Collective's #adulting, the revival!, and from NerdFaire Con to Celebrus Lupercalia. For even more options this week, check out our complete Things To Do calendar.
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    TUESDAY

    FOOD & DRINK

  1. Robert Burns Night with Traquair House Brewing
    The Growler Guys' free celebration will feature a bona fide Burns lookalike performing the lyricist/poet's songs and poetry, complete with kilt and bagpipes. While you enjoy the entertainment, throw back some imported Scottish ales from Traquair House Brewery, including their house ale and Jacobite ale.

    GEEK

  2. Disney Trivia
    Study up on the princes, princesses, and wicked stepmothers of Disney for this challenging night of trivia.

    MUSIC

  3. Choir Crawl: 'Don’t Stop Believing'
    Belt the one Journey song that absolutely everyone knows at this "MTV Unplugged-style" sing-along.

    READINGS & TALKS

  4. Sarah Beaulieu: Breaking the Silence Habit
    Where existing laws fall short, Sarah Beaulieu offers new ways for businesses and leaders to properly respond to sexual harassment in the workplace in the age of #MeToo, including using skills like empathy, situational awareness, boundary setting, and intervention. 

    Tickets are on sale now for The Stranger’s 1st Annual SLAY Film Festival!
    Ghosts, zombies, slashers, witches, Eldritch beasts, gore-- SLAY has something for every horror fan!
    Read Toni Morrison's "Beloved" over six weeks with our book club.
    You will come to see the greatest American novel of the 20th century in a whole new way.
    Seattle's most scenic happy hour is on Blake Island
    Enjoy local beer, wine, and specialty cocktails outside. Available Wed-Sun, 3:30 pm - Close

    TUESDAY-FRIDAY

    VISUAL ART

  5. Jesse Garnett White: Beware the Dangers of Almost the Same
    Trip out on Garnett White's humorous retro collages.
    Closing Friday

  6. Kathy Jones: Passages
    Kathy Jones is a figurative painter, mostly of women, who creates evocative, narrative works in oil and cold wax.
    Closing Friday

  7. Tzyy Yi Young: Gather(ing)
    This artist finishes her residency at Pottery Northwest with pieces and installations reflecting on "intimacy, community, strength, and altruism."
    Closing Friday

    TUESDAY-SUNDAY

    PERFORMANCE

  8. Guys and Dolls
    Enter the Runyonesque world of two-bit gamblers, nightclub dancers, and missionaries in Old New York at the Village Theater's production of Abe Burrows and Frank Loesser's musical.

  9. Steel Magnolias
    Six strong Louisianan ladies share friendship and love at Truvy's beauty shop in Robert Sarling's stirring tale of empowerment, best known for the Dolly Parton film adaptation.

    WEDNESDAY

    FOOD & DRINK

  10. Cocktails from the Land of Fire & Ice
    Want to drink like a Viking? Guest bartender and Brennivín cocktail competition winner Madison Leiren will shake and stir up some libations inspired by her travels in Iceland and Norway.

    MUSIC

  11. Liner Notes and Open Mic
    Hear a poetic reading of songs by legendary soul singer Ray Charles, and read your own poem in an open mic. 

    PERFORMANCE

  12. The Midwink Review
    Mx. Pucks A’Plenty will host a hump day evening of saucy stripping.

    READINGS & TALKS

  13. Art Wolfe and Dr. Samuel Wasser: Preserving Elephants in the Age of Extinction
    Elephants have long been the sought-after targets of illegal poachers, and the intelligent, empathetic megafauna (did you know they shed tears for their dead?) are in rapid decline. Luckily, photographer Art Wolfe and author Dr. Samuel Wasser offer a glimmer of hope for the species with accounts from their book Wild Elephants: Conservation in the Age of Extinction, which details "government crackdowns" on poachers.

  14. Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker: A Very Stable Genius
    These two Pulitzer-winning Washington Post reporters will read from their new book, fully titled A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. Trump's Testing of America, for which they drew on many DC sources to reveal the "pattern and meaning to the daily disorder" in the White House.

  15. Dr. Scott Allen and Prof. Angelina Godoy: Children in Immigration Detention
    Dr. Scott Allen, the "medical subject matter expert in detention healthcare" for the Department of Homeland Security's Office of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties, is also a renowned whistleblower who, along with Dr. Pamela McPherson, spoke out publicly against family separation and family detention on the US-Mexico border in 2018. Tonight, he'll be joined by UW professor Angelina Godoy, who will share research on children held in detention on behalf of ICE in Cowlitz County. 

    WEDNESDAY-SATURDAY

    VISUAL ART

  16. Susan Gans: Status Report
    Susan Gans shows black and white photographs of Seattle's ever-changing urban landscapes, taken over the last decade.
    Closing Saturday

    WEDNESDAY-SUNDAY

    PERFORMANCE

  17. The Rivals
    George Mount will direct Richard Brinsley Sheridan's 18th-century comedy of manners, full of false identities and well-meaning deceptions, and, as the producers say, "duels, dandies, deceptions, and dudes with daddy issues." It's the play from which the term malapropism is derived, thanks to Mrs. Malaprop, a comic character who uses the wrong words that sound like the right ones. The more you know!

    VISUAL ART

  18. Sound Affect
    Sometimes, artists work in the immaterial realm of music and sound or meld visual and aural elements. This exhibition rounds up some of these pieces: Robert Morris's 1963 work Box with the Sound of Its Own Making, an object paired with a soundtrack of the artist sawing, hammering, and doing other construction; Jonathan Monk’s audio record, which pays tribute to Morris; Isaac Layman’s photograph; Alyssa Phebus Mumtaz's adaptation of Leonard Cohen's song lyrics; and Victoria Haven's mixtape.
    Closing Sunday

    THURSDAY

    COMMUNITY

  19. DxD: Design for Civic Uprising
    If you're curious about the role public design plays in inspiring civic action, join ARCADE for a panel discussion with Cleo Barnett (Amplifier), Anton Dekom (Neiman Taber Architects and AIA Committee on Homelessness), Nick Licata (the author of Becoming a Citizen Activist), and Stacy Smedley (Skanska).

    FILM

  20. 'Rock-Paper-Fish' Screening
    A proposed hard-rock mine in the mountains above Alaska's Chilkat River puts five species of salmon, who return to the waters every year, at risk of survival. This documentary, which will be followed by a discussion with the Southeast Alaska Conservation Council, features interviews with locals who oppose the project. 

  21. Women/Trans/Femme/Gender Noncomforming Night Out: A Screening of Afghan Cycles and Conversation with Local Community Leaders
    "The greatest form of protest is on display in Afghan Cycles: women daring to ride their bicycles even though it's forbidden," wrote The Stranger's Nathalie Graham on Sarah Menzies' SIFF-featured documentary. "It's a feminist anthem for the ages propelled by two wheels and the drive for freedom." This screening will feature an introduction by the director, plus a post-film group discussion. 

    FOOD & DRINK

  22. Brimmer & Heeltap Sixth Anniversary with the Roving Cheese Shop and Taylor Shellfish
    The quirky, cozy Ballard gastropub Brimmer & Heeltap will celebrate six years with passed hors d'oeuvres, oysters shucked onsite by Taylor Shellfish, a cheese bar from cheesemonger Alison Leber, and a dessert buffet.

  23. Brouwer's Beerlesque 2020
    For the third year in a row, take in burlesque from Ruby Mimosa, Faggedy Randy, Lady Drew, Sailor St. Claire, Hyacinth Lee, and Amara Strutt while sipping brews. Tickets include a complimentary beer from a local brewery, with all proceeds benefiting Old Dog Haven.

  24. Farmhouse Bottle Tasting
    Sample funky, yeast-driven brews from sought-after Northwest breweries like Alesong, Dwinell, Garden Path, Little Beast, Propolis, and the Commons.

  25. Toki Highball Launch Party
    Give Rob Roy's new Suntory Toki highball machine the fanfare it deserves by sipping the fruits of its labor with a dash of "Superjuice" (a proprietary blend of infused aromatic herbs). Sixties Japanese garage rock will be playing. 

    PARTIES & NIGHTLIFE

  26. Cocktails & Karaoke for the Seattle Asian American Film Festival
    Knock back cocktails and sing your favorite song in karaoke, knowing that proceeds will benefit the Seattle Asian American Film Festival

    READINGS & TALKS

  27. Eric Nuzum: Make Noise
    Thinking of starting a podcast? Get some expert advice from audio storytelling strategist and creator Eric Nuzum, who shares tips on "learning to think the way your audience listens" in his book Make Noise

  28. An Update on Turkey
    UW Jackson School Director Reşat Kasaba will address "the Syrian refugee crisis, the U.S. withdrawal from Syria, Turkish domestic policies, and Turkey’s relationship with Russia" at this World Affairs Council talk.

    SPORTS & RECREATION

  29. Candlelight Meditation with Cats!
    Survive the dark winter days with a candlelit guided meditation surrounded by kitties.

  30. Flannel Fun Run
    Stay warm in your best flannel as you run a 5K along the Brooks Trailhead. Afterward, chow down on some s'mores. 

    VISUAL ART

  31. Runic Writing Basics Class
    Northwest Viking Alliance elder William Goetz will teach you the basics of runic writing, focusing on the development and evolution of runic systems. 

  32. Seattle Times Presents Pictures of the Year
    This retrospective will offer a look at notable photos of 2019. Seattle Times staff will present a slideshow about each image and answer questions.

    THURSDAY-SATURDAY

    PERFORMANCE

  33. Urinetown
    The themes of scarcity, greed, populism, and capitalism running amok make the triple Tony-winning post-apocalyptic musical Urinetown, with music by Mark Hollmann, lyrics by Hollmann and Greg Kotis, and book by Kotis, a perfect satire for our times. This production is presented by Seattle Pacific University. 

  34. You'd Better Sit Down for This
    The fringe theater will stage another play melding sci-fi and quirky comedy, this one by Eric Navarrette and Jasmine Joshua, in which a person named Margaret is summoned to the DMV (Department of Monster Verification) to learn that she has contracted "robotitis."

    THURSDAY-SUNDAY

    PERFORMANCE

  35. Lowbrow Opera Collective presents: #adulting, the revival!
    Lowbrow Opera Collective will continue its mission of making opera accessible and fun to the laypeople of Seattle by reviving their original work, #adulting. The story follows four Craigslist-united roommates who share their first forays into the world of bills and affordable couches.

    FRIDAY

    FOOD & DRINK

  36. Empty Bowls
    Choose a nifty handmade bowl from a selection of about 1,000 and then eat some soup (served in a separate bowl) at this annual fundraiser for the Emergency Food Network.

    MUSIC

  37. HEAT.wav (A Night of Chiptune and Hardware Dance Music)
    Doing the robot has never been more appropriate than at this chiptune dance party with Seattle's Yufi, Eventual Infinity, kid_N0thing, and Ohn Dāka. 

  38. Old Rainier Brewery Band Showcase: Longward, Obol, Here Comes the Hooch
    The inaugural Old Rainier Brewery Band Showcase will be graced by local punk-rockers Longward, Obol, and Here Comes the Hooch. 

  39. Past Curfew
    Local hard-rock cover band Past Curfew will keep you up late with songs by AC/DC, GnR, Led Zeppelin, and more.

  40. Roller Disko
    Roller disco is a long-lost art form that still thrives in a hardcore subculture of skating dancers, mostly in the Midwest (and at San Francisco’s divine Church of 8 Wheels). But the irresistible combo of movin' and groovin' while rolling on hardwood is having a minor 21st-century revival in hipper circles, too, and a motley crew of local DJs have cobbled together a rare roller disco pop-up at Southgate Roller Rink in White Center. Pro tip: Roller-skating rewards sobriety. Don’t drink/drug and dance (if you are on wheels), though there will also be a regular ol’ dance floor if you don't want to lace up those skates. GREGORY SCRUGGS

  41. Showdown! Siouxsie vs. The Cure
    Members of local bands Fucked and Bound, Young Evils, Reader, Die Nasty, Razor Clam, and more will break from their usual setlists to bring you a night of classics by the Cure and Siouxsie Sioux and the Banshees.

  42. Super Diamond
    The Surreal Neil, Randy Cordeiro, is apparently a vocal dead ringer for Neil Diamond, who was impressed enough to perform twice with the tribute band named in his honor. Expect loads of glitter and throaty vibrato.

  43. Winter Beach Party! Beautiful Freaks, Jackie, Mr. Dinkles
    Use the power of your mind to transport yourself to another time (summer) and place (a beach) with help from local funky rock bands Beautiful Freaks and Jackie.

    PARTIES & NIGHTLIFE

  44. Masquerade XII: Heroines, Hellraisers & Holy Fools
    Let Thelma and Louise, The Matrix, and The Big Lebowski serve as your costume inspiration for this evening of "Heroines, Hellraisers & Holy Fools," where you can dance to swing, blues, and more with the Valse Café Orchestra. 

    PERFORMANCE

  45. The Choir Of Man
    Nine British guys—excuse us, "blokes"—rollick on a stage transformed into a functional pub and sing popular and pub songs, dance, and stomp to the beat.

  46. Debutante: A Coming Out Cotillon
    Revel in the "charm, wits, and tits" of burlesque dancers.

  47. Night of Exactly One Heavy
    Celebrate Heavy Scene Macaque's fifth drag birthday with the "first (and last) Heavy look-alike competition," plus roasts by alt drag friends Angel Baby Kill Kill Kill, Strawberry Shartcake, Vel Veeta, and Solana Solstice. Mamabot Macaque will co-host.

    READINGS & TALKS

  48. Colin O'Brady: The Impossible First
    In the winter of 2018, explorer and endurance athlete Colin O'Brady became the first person to cross the landmass of Antarctica completely alone. He'll share stories of his challenge as detailed in his new book, The Impossible First.

  49. Peter Curtis: Pavel's War
    Local author Peter Curtis will read from his new book, Pavel's War, a novelized account of the author's family's escape to England from Nazi-infiltrated Prague during WWII.

    SPORTS & RECREATION

  50. DEFY | YEAR 3
    Professional wrestlers will lay waste to their opponents in this DEFY match.

  51. The Great Small Dog Races: Corgis
    Five champion corgis will race each other on ice (!) before a hockey match between the Portland Winterhawks and the Everett Silvertips.

    VISUAL ART

  52. 'Body of Work: Tattoo Culture' Opening Party
    This is the opening bash for the Body of Work: Tattoo Culture exhibition, wherein you can be one of the first to see the work and chat with the artists.

  53. Winter Residency: Kimberly Deriana
    Architect and artist Kimberly Deriana shows cattail mats made in collaboration with local weavers. Get a deeper look into the artist's creative practice at the first of two evening programs. 

    FRIDAY-SATURDAY

    MUSIC

  54. School of Rock
    The tiny musical treasures of School of Rock—aka kiddos from around the region who learn to rock like pros and then play shows to a live audience—will play roots rock (Fri) and revive face-melters by Iron Maiden and Judas Priest (Sat).

    PERFORMANCE

  55. Nightingale: A Musical
    In honor of the pioneering nurse Florence Nightingale's 200th birthday, the Washington State Nurses Association and the nonprofit HEARTS: Health & Arts will present a touring production of a musical based on her bold, dramatic life.

    VISUAL ART

  56. Miha Sarani: Everywhere at Once
    Sarani made the news in 2016 when his large-scale thesis painting of musician Sananda Maitreya was slashed in what some thought was a racially motivated act of defacement. In this exhibition, Slovenia-born Sarani delves into representation, authorship, the role of medium, and the painting process.
    Closing Saturday

    FRIDAY-SUNDAY

    PERFORMANCE

  57. Admissions
    Playwright Joshua Harmon (Bad Jews)'s new, award-winning play tackles affluent, "liberal white America" through the story of a prep school admissions chief named Sherri. In her professional life, she's successfully helped diversify the student body, but her ideals are challenged when her son reveals his determination to attend an Ivy League university.

  58. Bliss
    The third of 5th Avenue's new musicals this season is Bliss, written by Emma Lively and Tyler Beattie and choreographed by Josh Prince (the Broadway choreographer of Shrek and Beautiful). It follows four sister princesses who sneak out of their castle, determined to be belles of the ball in their fairy-tale world.

    VISUAL ART

  59. Body of Work: Tattoo Culture
    Immerse yourself in the history and art of the tattoo—from First Nations practices to counterculture trends—with artifacts, films, interactive stations, and photos. Don't miss an opening party on Friday for a chance to chat with the artists.
    Opening Friday

    SATURDAY

    COMEDY

  60. Beyond The Tippe: 2-Year Anniversary Edition!
    Local favorite Deborah Tahara will head up this special second birthday edition of the stand-up series Beyond the Tippe. 

  61. Jonah Ray
    Jonah Ray recently hosted Mystery Science Theater 3000 and hosts SeeSo, a mock travel show that follows the comic's misadventures from city to city. He'll come to Seattle to tell jokes about nerdy things. 

    FESTIVALS

  62. Eagle Festival
    This festival celebrates eagles, who return to the Stillaguamish River every winter to feed on salmon that have come to spawn in the clean river gravel. There are lots of events around Arlington, including an eagle photo contest, paddle rafting, an "extreme chainsaw sculpture show," nature exhibits, a bird identification walk, and much more. 

  63. NerdFaire Con! 2020
    If you consider yourself a nerd or a geek, you're bound to find something to hold your interest at this family-friendly catch-all mini-con featuring local shops and creators.

    FILM

  64. The Grave Plot Film Fest part 2
    Resurrect Halloween in February with a panoply of gory, nasty, scary, funny short films.

  65. The Singing Shoes
    Bulgarian singer Lеa Ivanova (whose communist country sent her to a labor camp for promoting "retrogressive" behavior in her music) and composer Edi Kazasyan are at the center of the 2016 docudrama The Singing Shoes, screened here for free. 

    GEEK

  66. Kick Off The Cons
    This "convention about conventions" invites local cons, fairs, and shows to gather under one roof for a big geeky party full of artists and vendors, demos, tabletop games, and cosplay contests, rounded out with the Gala Geek Awards. 

    MUSIC

  67. Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen Inspired Dance Party
    Well-worn crop tops and glittery eyeshadow are most welcome at this throwback DJ dance party featuring the likes of Queen, David Bowie, Prince, New Order, Fleetwood Mac, and other artists from the '70s and '80s. 

  68. Buddy, Ritchie, & The Bopper
    Groove to hits by three late, great musical legends: Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and J.P. 'The Big Bopper' Richardson. 

  69. Celebrus Lupercalia 11
    The pre-Roman pastoral festival Lupercalia celebrates love, health, bounty, and fertility, and is apparently the original version of Valentine's Day. Like any harvest-y festival, the best way to celebrate is by releasing your inhibitions on the dance floor. This 11th annual event will feature a live music stage with sets from Modular Nights DJs, Crosby Morgan, Cryptomeria, Demetrius Patin, Horse with One Leg, Jesse Whomst, and others. You can also look forward to Central American food, live visuals by Bill Ball, and cool costumes.

  70. ECA Presents: Kidstock 2020
    This annual arts celebration geared toward kids and families features musical performances, theater productions, and arts workshops. This year's highlights include Main Stage sets from Recess Monkey, Northwest Tap Connection, Bailadores de Bronce, and the Not-Its! 

  71. Festival of Friends Events / Presents : Discography - Volume 2
    Festival of Friends presents this night of classic covers of songs by the Cult, Temple of the Dog, the Rolling Stones, and Hole. 

  72. Jai Ho! 9th Anniversary Party 2020
    Jai Ho, a group known for all-night Bollywood dance parties, will throw yet another blowout for their ninth anniversary. Expect house, bhangra, and other Indian-flavored beats in a wild high-energy zone with live DJs, along with henna by donation and a bhangra dance lesson at the beginning. 

  73. Laser Opera
    In anticipation Yardbird, Daniel Schnyder's jazzy opera about legendary bebop artist Charlie Parker, enjoy a sneak peek of the music paired with laser choreography.  

  74. Platinum Spandex and Atomic Pop Birthday Extravaganza
    Get in on an '80s pop explosion at this birthday party for Tommy Platinum of Platinum Spandex with support from Atomic Pop. 

  75. Silent Disco Costume Party: Angels Demons and Robots
    Dress as an angel, demon, robot, or "some combination" and get down to Latin and hip-hop jams with locals DJs Meglados, Accia, and Yambu. Outdoor heaters will keep you nice and toasty on the rooftop. 

  76. Wacken Metal Battle USA 2020
    Bands across the country lay waste to the stage for the chance to represent their country in Austin's Wacken Metal Battle USA, which claims the title of "world’s largest outdoor metal festival." This preliminary show with contenders Sin Circus, Krystos, South Kitsap Infidels, Machinery of the Universe, Octopus Attacks Shark, and Ugliest Man Alive will determine who will go to the main event in early February.

    PERFORMANCE

  77. The Peking Acrobats
    The Peking Acrobats have been featured on TV, the stage, and the silver screen (you may have caught them in Ocean's 11). Watch the fabulous athletes do improbable feats with their bodies: human pagodas, somersaults, leaps, contortion, tumbling, and more.

  78. Mod Carousel Presents: POP! A Pop-culture Extravaganza!
    Boylesque stars Paris Original, Trojan Original, the Luminous Pariah, and Moscato Extatique will bring you cabaret material inspired by today's popular culture. They'll be joined by more local stars Ruby Mimosa, Karmen Sutra, and Caela Bailey. 

  79. Salvage Rituals
    This work-in-progress featuring local performers like Alyza DelPan-Monley, Sophie Franco, and Alice Gosti is best described by the organizers: "A rigorous movement score takes place on a hexagonal platform constructed of piezoelectric tiles, which transforms the mechanical stress from the performers' bodies into electrical current, actively powering the stage lights." A dance party with DJ Alice will ensue after the show. 

    READINGS & TALKS

  80. Bonnie Yochelson: Beyond 'How the Other Half Lives'
    Art historian Bonnie Yochelson cataloged social justice warrior Jacob A. Riis's complete collection of photographs (owned by the Museum of the City of New York) and used her findings to curate a major, now-traveling exhibit for the museum back in 2015. Join Yochelson for a talk that delves into Riis's photojournalism publication Other Half Lives: Studies among the Tenements of New York (1890) and beyond. 

  81. Exploring Modern History: The Burke Museum
    Edward Lalonde, a principal architect for local firm Olson Kundig, will discuss his 10-year process of working on the new Burke Museum.

  82. Geeky Open Mic
    Comedians, storytellers, singers, and poets with a yen for geekdom can try out original material in a supportive space. 

  83. Jeanine Cummins: American Dirt
    An Acapulco bookstore owner with a nice life is suddenly forced to flee to the border in this Oprah Book Club-selected novel. Though it's received some praise, Cummins's book has been roundly criticized by many Mexican authors, who take issues with its inaccuracies and stereotypes.

  84. Matt Parker: Humble Pi
    If advanced math strikes you as useless to laypeople in the real world, "stand-up mathematician" Matt Parker is determined to change your mind. The star of the YouTube series Standupmaths and Numberphiles will come to Seattle for some funny nerdy stuff. 

  85. Mitzi Szereto: The Best New True Crime Stories
    Meet Mitzi Szereto, the editor of The Best New True Crime Stories: Serial Killers, and ask her questions about the cult genre in a Q&A. Bring a buddy. 

    VISUAL ART

  86. Papercutting with Margret Darrah
    Make a cute gift for your valentine using the timeless skill of papercutting—an art form that dates back to the fourth century AD—with Margret Darrah.

    SATURDAY-SUNDAY

    GEEK

  87. Heartbreak Science Fair
    Valentine's Day got you down? See how your fellow melancholy Seattle residents are dealing with their feelings. Artists, performers, and sciency folks show art and experiments relating to heartbreak in this exhibition, which is also taking place at Vermillion. At the opening fair, enjoy live music and other performances.

    SUNDAY

    COMMUNITY

  88. Snohomish GroundFrog Day Celebration 2020
    Trusting just one groundhog to deliver a very important weather forecast is risky. Snohomish has the right idea by adding a clairvoyant frog into the mix. Stand by as Slew the frog declares either an early spring or a prolonged winter in his "frognostication."

    FOOD & DRINK

  89. The Oregon Trail
    Try not to fall victim to dysentery at chef Eric Rivera's seven-course tasting menu, inspired by everyone's favorite educational computer game.

  90. Son of a Brunch!
    Nurse your Saturday-night hangovers with a healthy dose of comforting Southern fare from Sunset Fried Chicken and drag performances from Kaleena Markos, Stacey Starstruck, Kitty Glitter, and Siren every Sunday, starting this week.

    VISUAL ART

  91. ArtVenture: Welcome Signals with Juliana Kang Robinson
    Artist Juliana Kang Robinson will lead a talk on how art can be used to foster inclusive, welcoming communities in Seattle and beyond. 

  92. Grand 'We Moved a Little Bit' Party
    To celebrate the grand opening of their new Market Street location, Monster: Art, Clothing & Gifts will show art by local public mural celeb Ryan "Henry" Ward, plus Cathy Wu, Dave Bloomfield, Andrew Saeger, Eli Wolff, and El Sage. Pick up a handmade button and enjoy live painting demos. That's if everything "goes as planned." If the opening is postponed, you can still join the shop on the sidewalk outside the store for live painting and free gifts for the first 300 people.