Neal Schindler

2002 Holiday Calendar

SANTA PHOTO COTTAGEIf you haven't read David Sedaris' uproarious essay "The Santaland Diaries," you may still harbor feelings of sentimentality toward shopping-mall Santas. Record "a… Continue reading

 

2002 Holiday Calendar

HAM FOR THE HOLIDAYS 5: CINCO DE PORKOFor those who like their holiday entertainment irreverent and pork-related, local theatre dynamos—Dos Fallopians— Lisa Koch and Peggy… Continue reading

 

2002 Holiday Calendar

DON'T YOU WISH YOU WERE A MAN AT CHRISTMAS?Were you born a man in a woman's body? As everyone knows, Christmas is the best time… Continue reading

 

2002 Holiday Calendar

THE ARRIVAL OF SANTA CLAUSCrass commercialism and Santa are like blood brothers come December. To celebrate this unholy union, Northgate Mall will be hosting Se�Claus… Continue reading

A Bolt of Enlightening

Send listings two weeks in advance to braincity@seattleweekly.com.Senior Job Club People 55 and over are invited to this employment fair, organized by the Mayor's Office.… Continue reading

A Cabaret, Actually Live!

Send listings two weeks in advance toinfo@seattleweekly.com.Maritime Discovery Center Two impressive new exhibits highlight MDC's 2004 season: a 45-foot dragon boat (representing China's two-millennium tradition… Continue reading

A Luminosity Curiosity

Send listings two weeks in advance toinfo@seattleweekly.com.Glow: Living Lights Pacific Science Center's new exhibit explores the strange phenomenon of bioluminescence—self-illuminating sea creatures. 200 Second Ave.… Continue reading

A Real Octopus’ Garden

Feb. 16-22, 2005

Alaska’s Gourmet Subs

During the summer of 2003, the Washington state ferry system decentralized its dining program, inviting food-service vendors to compete for potentially lucrative spots inside the… Continue reading

All Dressed Up

Uptown's new date restaurant lays it on thick.

An Ancient Pyramid Scheme

May. 4-10, 2005

An Old Hippie’s Choosings

Dec. 22-28, 2004

Animal Law, Anima Pa

Send listings two weeks in advance to info@seattleweekly.com.Fine Art Auction Everything from antique French dolls and Tiffany spoons to 19th century American oil paintings will… Continue reading

Annapurna

The only Himalayan restaurant on Capitol Hill is located underground, and its dimly lit interior isn't particularly inviting. For this and other reasons, Annapurna's new… Continue reading

As the Jazz World Turns

Club owner Patti Summers prepares to sell a local landmark.

Bacco Cafe

A takeout order from Bacco doesn't pack the experiential punch of sitting outside at the First Avenue cafe, watching city buses blast by and hearing… Continue reading

Baguette Box

First-rate sandwiches until 3 a.m. on weekends? Our prayers have been answered. Though Monsoon owner Eric Banh's much-anticipated sandwich shop has only been open since… Continue reading

Before the Fall

Runs Fri., Feb. 24–Thurs., March 2, at Varsity

Beginner’s Pluck

A local chef strikes out on her own; sweetness follows.

Behind the Pink Door

Trapeze, fettuccini, and rosy charm at a Pike Place Market institution.