Neal Schindler

Falafel King

This promising new purveyor of Middle Eastern food opened a few weeks ago in the tiny space formerly occupied by the Kosher Delight deli, and… Continue reading

The world at your fingertips.

Find Yourself

Mapping out gifts at Metsker.

The world at your fingertips.

Fireworks and Waterworks

June 29-July 5, 2005.

Fish Club

Twelve dollars for five lousy shrimp? First of all, they're far from lousy: The Fish Club's luxurious shrimp cocktail, a quintet of chubby jumbos served… Continue reading

Fred Olander

Fred Olander

Bus driver

Fred Olander

Friday Is Earth Day XXXVI

April 20-26, 2005

Less patchouli, more ahi: the Euro-fabulous 35th Street Bistro.

From Boho to Bistro

35th Street Bistro's earthy take on Mediterranean fare gives the Still Life an afterlife.

Less patchouli, more ahi: the Euro-fabulous 35th Street Bistro.
Get Your Word Freak On

Get Your Word Freak On

Spelling "Love" With Scrabble

Get Your Word Freak On

Give Peace a Trance

June. 15-21, 2005

Glossy Gladiators

Glossy Gladiators

A magazine war is on Seattle's horizon.

Glossy Gladiators

God’s Politics and Humor

Sept. 28-Oct. 4, 2005

The fighting crabs of 99 Ranch

Great Mall of Brunch

A Kent mall offers Asian produce, herbs, and the best dim sum in the state.

The fighting crabs of 99 Ranch

Guns, Germs, and Spiels

Send listings two weeks in advance to braincity@seattleweekly.com.Nearby History Presents Meet some rising local historians and hear excerpts of their recent works at the Museum… Continue reading

Hangin' With Mr. Krueger

Hangin’ With Mr. Krueger

Why should kids have all the fun? Action figures are for grown-ups, too.

Hangin' With Mr. Krueger

Hard Hats and Ice Skates

Send listings two weeks in advance to braincity@seattleweekly.com. Public Meeting Plans to improve Pioneer Square's Occidental Park are the subject of this open-to-the-public forum; besides… Continue reading

Harried & Hungry

Just as some broadcasters have a face made for radio, H&H is a space that makes you glad there's take-out. One lime-green wall at the… Continue reading

He Wasn’t Fearing Any Man

Send listings two weeks in advance to braincity@seattleweekly.com.Wednesday University A five-part, biweekly course on American theater as a political forum, taught by University of Washington… Continue reading

Hear My Rocket Roar

Send listings two weeks in advance to info@seattleweekly.com. For a more complete listing of events, go to www.seattleweekly.com.Blood Drive You have plenty of it, so… Continue reading

History and Elvis, Alive!

Jan. 5-11, 2005.

Holiday Calendar

SANTA DAY AT NORTHWEST HARVESTThis event, organized by the good people at Northwest Harvest, pretty much defies our penchant for sarcasm. What can we say… Continue reading