Articles in Out & About
Portland Cello Project: 8 p.m. With special guests, holiday sweaters, and yes, plenty of cello, celebrate the holidays with a group of rotating cellists who take on everything from Britney’s “Toxic” to the …
Doktor Kaboom!: The Science of Santa: 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Doktor Kaboom, works from the assumption that science and magic are the same thing, and declares Mr. Claus the world’s greatest scientist. …
Bellevue Girlchoir presents Good Cheer: 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Holiday carols sung by young singers, accompanied by a string quartet. $13-$18 advance; $15-$20 at door. Meydenbauer Center, 11100 N.E. Sixth St., Bellevue. …
BY KELLY MONTGOMERY
During the first three weekends in December, the streets of Leavenworth will welcome thousands of people to enjoy an annual holiday tradition. There will be carolers, roasted chestnuts and of course, Santa …
Bellevue Place Tree Lighting: 7:30 p.m., following Santa’s arrival at Snowflake Lane in downtown Bellevue (see below). Bellevue Place Wintergarden, Northeast Eighth Street and Bellevue Way.
BY KEEGAN PROSSER
This month, 107.7 The End will once again host its Summer Camp concert at Marymoor Park in Redmond. The annual day-long festival, which replaced the stations long-running End Fest in 2008, has fast …
The coolest thing about Frankie Valli is that you probably know more of his songs than you even realize. Example A: I grew up listening to Valli without even knowing it– singing along …
Loud and About Column by Heija Nunn
Shakespeare opined “All The World is a Stage” and given the cheap, easy-to-produce reality shows that dominate the airwaves, a lot of people are getting their 15 minutes.
The popular …
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The last thing on Vinie Canovas’ mind is fright when she’s flying, spinning and flipping high above the crowd, straps firmly secured to her wrists and hands.
As the spectators gaze up in awe …