Wag N’ Wash expands to Seattle with Queen Anne Avenue location
The way curator Greg Bell explained it, there is no given narrative for the newest exhibition at Pivot Art + Culture in South Lake Union
As PNB’s newest principal, Ben Griffiths, attacked turns and leaps while opening the ballet’s latest premiere, “Empire Noir,” last month, any trace of the ordeal he had endured from late 2008 to early 2009 was long gone.
“Seattle loves winners.”
New Seattle University men’s basketball coach Jim Hayford said as much in his introductory press conference on Thursday morning.
In the long history of Seattle baseball, some figures stand out.
The Ballard High School Playmakers will stage the award-winning musical “Les Misérables” at the Earl Kelly Center for Performing Arts (1418 NW 65th St.) March 16-26.
There is no shortage of financial institutions along Queen Anne Avenue North.