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Artist Nathan Vincent returns to battle at the Bellevue Arts Museum | ‘Let’s Play War!’ open through Oct. 18
Though they move every night, shifting position and rising from the dead, the toy soldiers at the Bellevue Arts Museum are not alive — at least not anywhere beside the mind of their creator, New York-based artist Nathan Vincent.
Community Events, July 2015
Ah, the 1960s: A simpler era when a story about a girl who dresses up like a mermaid could turn into a Cold War era comedy of errors, complete with spies, Soviets and rocket science.
After 40 years of providing entertainment in the city of Bellevue, Skate King management announced last month that the roller rink will be closing on June 30th. Around 500 people strapped on skates on May 30 to celebrate and remember the rink during an after hours farewell skate party.
Williams will perform at Laughs Comedy Spot with fellow Seattle comic Derek Sheen on May 29 and 30.
Historian Kate Thibodeau points to recreation on the lake as a representative example of the challenge in putting together “Lake Sammamish: Through Time,” a new photographic history book of the lake, released by Fonthill Media and Arcadia Publishing April 20.