Rice shortage hits home in Seattle
my favorite quote about this, from citizen rain: "This sounds very elitist given the situation around the world, but could you imagine if Seattle sushi places run out of rice? (Shudder.) "
LOL (but not if i can't have my rice)
king5.com: Seahawks release Shaun Alexander
i really admire what shaun has given to the seattle community off the field...he was really just a good guy at the end of the day and is always out teaching and doing what he can to help others. that and he was never an a-hole when he shopped at niketown. that's what i'm going to miss if he goes somewhere else!
lupe and N.E.R.D also killed it. lupe always does though. why did the neptunes rock the joint even with only one new song? ballers! i could have done without rihanna, but jake's friend is one of her backup dancers and i am happy he's got such a great job
Girl Power Hour Goes Eco-Chic
Presented by THE FINERIE
DATE: April 17, 2008
LOCATION: The Sole Repair Shop // 1001 E. Pike
MORE: $10 @ the door, cash only (light appetizers, no-host bar)
Event Start Time: Doors don't open until 6:30pm. If you come early, be prepared to wait outside.
Please Note: Location is tricky to find. Look for the electric Smart Car and green balloons outfront of the event space.
Sidenote: We are excited to be featuring a mini sustainable fashion show and many other features.
Parking: There is a paid parking lot located next to the event space on 10th. There is also a paid parking lot located underneath the QFC on Broadway and Pike; or, look for street parking.
the green festival - the first ever extravaganza for everything you ever wanted to know about sustainability
seeds of compassion - dalai lama's 5-day visit to seattle. even though you have a snowball's chance in hell of scoring tickets to the qwest field event, there are a ton of (much smaller) workshops and seminars going on around the city through next wednesday. check out the website for more details!
after almost a year of living here, we no longer have access to the wonderful world that is cable television. oh well! this is total flashback to the days when i lived in a shoebox of an apartment during freshman year, or the old casa de la paula y jess when all we'd do is watch movies and listen to music. i have a hard time remembering how we got by for years without cable tv, but i'm sure all that studying had something to do with it. hey i turned out alright, right? at first i was slightly panicking about not having tv, but really this is a blessing in disguise. we were watching too much tv anyways. now we have no choice but to read more, watch movies, eat, cook, go out, whatevs. tell you the truth, i think it'll be a nice break to not have tv for the next couple of months. until i start to miss the really stupid shit i hate to love, like keeping up with the kardashians LOL
The Mayor and the Metrocenter YMCA are seeking diverse young adults ages 18-29 to join the Get Engaged Program. Participants will serve on boards and commissions that advise city government on a variety of issues, including human rights, historical preservation, city planning and arts and culture. Select a commission/board that matches your interest and apply!
The application deadline is April 28, 2008 and all submissions must be e-mailed. For Get Engaged application and details, visit: http://www.seattle.gov/mayor/boards.htm.
Get Engaged is an innovative program that is a partnership between the City of Seattle and Metrocenter YMCA. The program’s goal is to cultivate the next generation of leaders by highlighting the importance and value of young adults in community affairs. As a participant, you join a cohort of thirteen inspiring individuals who are dedicated to making Seattle a better place to live through community building and leadership development.
Questions? Contact Mona Grife at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 382-5005.
mmm meatball sliders (say it like homer)
The Seattle Urban League Young Professionals group is teaming up with The Langston Hughes African American Film Festival and Delta Sigma Theta with the Seattle Art Museum for their First Friday: SAM Remix.
SAM presents award-winning KEXP DJ Kid Hops, dance to a bit of London with a sprinkle of Kingston. Immerse yourself in visual art, enjoy cocktails for TASTE bar and meet like minded professionals.
The first 30 people with SULYP will receive free admission to SAM.
Be sure to check out these two Special Exhibitions (once they’re gone, they will never be back in the Northwest again):
The Gates of Paradise: Lorenzo Ghiberti's Renaissance Masterpiece
January 26–April 6, 2008
SAM Third Floor Galleries
Roman Art from the Louvre
February 21–May 11, 2008
SAM Simonyi Special Exhibition Galleries
First Fridays: SAM Remix
April 4, 2008
Seattle Art Museum
1300 First Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
2614 B 6th Ave Tacoma 98406
10% of all proceeds during grand opening will be donated to The Human Society of Tacoma and Pierce County and Temple Beth El’s Hebrew school.
Raffle for a $100 shopping spree on Sunday, April 13th 2008. One ticket for each pair of shoes purchased will enter you into the drawing starting April 5th, 2008.