GEMS has been selected by PF Flyers to celebrate the accomplishments of Bob Cousy with a special in-store one-of-a kind installation honoring the NBA's most Valuable player in 1957 and his six championship rings. "The Cooz" has been regarded as the "First Great Point Guard in the NBA."
"Opening Ceremony" Wed March 4th Starting at 7PM 615 Western Ave Seattle, WA. 98104
PF Flyer 'Cousy' all colors and styles available Door Prizes Special Cousy gift with purchase (while supplies last) Food and Drinks provided DJ Topspin
Due to the overwhelming popularity of this event and the rarity of this type of in-store collaboration, RSVP is necessary as there will be a line. Confirm your attendance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jo Koy: Don't Make Him Angry Tour 2009 Feb 26/09 to Feb 28/09 If you are going to see one comedy performance live this year this should be the one! Born in Tacoma, Washington and recently named one of the "10 comics to watch" by Daily Variety, Jo Koy is the "it" comic on the national comedy circuit. Koy will have guests falling out of their seats with laughter in Parlor Live @ Lincoln Square Feb 26, 27 and 28. Koy received his highest honor after his performance on Jay Leno's Tonight Show, becoming one of a select few to ever receive a standing ovation.
in honor of its 20th anniversary, seattle works underwent a couple of changes during the holidays - new office digs & new website! click on their brand new logo below to check out the website: i love what seattle works does for the city: Seattle Works offers opportunities for people to serve as active volunteers, iinformed voters, savvy charitable donors and knowledgeable community leaders.
the biggest sample sale in the country is returning next weekend to seattle center's exhibition hall. the warehouse sale is mostly designer denim samples but also will have clothing & accessories from brands like primp, ed hardy, etc.
shopping this sale is a lot like shopping at nordstrom rack - sometimes you hit the jackpot and sometimes you don't. don't expect to see the same styles in mercer or sway & cake, and especially don't expect to find an abundance of the most popular brands (seven, rock & republic, true religion)!
in collabo with the Langston Hughes African American Film Festival...
"Rebirth of a Nation" by Paul Miller (aka "DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid") is a remix of D.W. Griffith's 1915 film The Birth of a Nation, which was highly controversial due to its graphic portrayal of racism in the post–Civil War south. Miller's remix deconstructs one of the most influential and inflammatory movies ever made, while drawing striking parallels to present socio-political conflicts in America. The film includes Miller's original score, performed by Kronos Quartet.