- Green Editions
- About Us
Bellevue artist David Baker has been making art for as long as…
Newport High School’s drama program is bringing “Guys and Dolls” to the…
Temperatures in the Seattle area are expected to hover near freezing until…
Sammamish High School is holding a one-of-its-kind fundraiser on Jan. 21 to…
The last 12 months were busy for government officials, students, homeowners, fire…
1. “Bellevue restaurants Din Tai Fung, Burgermaster receive unsatisfactory health inspections” *…
The Bellevue Magic Season Ice Arena opened to the public on Nov.…
Two years ago, around 150 Bellevue firefighters lined the halls of Virginia…
Variety Plus Theater presents an original family musical production of the “Trial…
A project like this doesn’t come along very often for art restoration…
Between Nov. 10 and 13, veterans and volunteers will be selling poppy…
Join Drinking Liberally for this special benefit performance of Will Durst's Elect To Laugh stand-up comedy show, from 8-10 p.m. on Oct. 12 at the Parlor Live Comedy Club in Bellevue.
A little bit of Bellevue was transplanted into the heart of downtown Toronto, Canada for the recent finale of the annual film festival extravaganza.
The region's oldest ballet company is taking on "Romeo and Juliet," the classic tale of love, family strife and grief with a cast of local dancers and a new score — one of the first to be produced for the play in decades.
The History Channel series "American Pickers" is coming to Washington to film episodes in September, and its hosts — Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz and co. — are looking for people with unique antique collections and interesting stories behind them.
This Friday through Sunday will mark the 70th anniversary of Bellevue's original arts fair, which has multiplied to three events and become one of the city's biggest draws.
The Bellevue Collection’s TechStyle Look Book features fresh trends to reboot your wardrobe for Spring. Highlighting spring as a time for renewal, the trends pop with color, shape and pattern.
As techniques become ever more state-of-the-art, cosmetic or “plastic” surgery these days is less invasive and more affordable than ever before.
As a cardiologist, I diagnose and treat heart disease — our country’s leading cause of death — across a broad spectrum of patients
Chris Antemann respects certain aspects of the past. This doesn't prevent her from turning it on its head.
Handel’s Messiah, an English-language oratorio composed in 1741 by George Frideric Handel, has become one of the best known and most frequently performed choral works in Western music.
A swarm of people in bright green T-shirts filled the main room of the 520 Bar and Grill in the Old Bellevue neighborhood with noise. Some were longtime vegans, while a few were carnivores looking to try something new. Altogether, the group was participating in the first Vegan Food Crawl, organized by Bellevue-based health coach and blogger Kirstin Wuhrman.
Teens from across Bellevue not only submitted pieces to the Bellevue Arts Museum’s annual “20 Under 20” exhibit, they took on the challenge of judging the works and curating the exhibit.
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.
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.
The concert, performed by Laurie Clothier and accompanied by the Purple Phoenix Orchestra, kicks off at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 11, at the UPAC Auditorium located at 16330 N.E. 4th street in Bellevue.
Eastside native Brandon Ivie, fresh off his hugely success directorial run of “A Christmas Story” late last year, is returning to The 5th Avenue next month to direct its newest musical “Jasper in Deadland” and he’s bringing with him Broadway talent.
The Evergreen Association of Fine Arts, which supports individuals or groups serving youth, adults and or seniors living in Western Washington is calling for any and all artists’ and nonprofit organizations in the area to submit their projects for consideration.
For years the belly dance art form has gained steady momentum in popularity. Whether as a spectator dazzled by the dancers movement or physical exercise, bellydancing is appealing to all ages.
Village Theatre’s next season is sure to have something appealing for all audiences, said Steve Tomkins, the theater’s artistic director, following last weeks announcement of the upcoming schedule.
On March 20, Hussain will be joined by an all-star cast of Indian and Celtic musicians at the Moore Theatre as part of his latest tour, “Celtic Connections: The Pulse of the World,” a 22-day, 15-city run showcasing the connection between each of the musical cultures.
The Boxley Music Fund will present the fourth annual North Bend Jazz Walk March 14.
One of Broadway's most beloved productions from Cole Porter is set to hit the Bellevue High School stage for a four show run starting at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 19.
The Lake Washington Symphony Orchestra will give its spring concert 3 p.m. Sunday, March 8 at the Kirkland Performance Center.
The Bellevue Youth Symphony Orchestra will host a special timed concert next month at The Theatre at Meydenbauer Center.
The Sammamish Symphony Orchestra will take its audience to Spain through the music of Ravel and Rodrigo at the its España concert Feb. 20.
Marymoor Park turned into into dream world as 'the visible becomes invisible.' Performances run through March 22.
One of the premiere dance festivals in the Pacific Northwest is returning to Bellevue next week for its eighth year after nearly having to cancel its performances last fall.
On the heels (and toes, arms and backs) of their hugely successful international tour across North America, Circus Oz is returning to the Pacific Northwest Feb. 5-8 at the Moore Theatre in Seattle.
Former Bellevue resident and Microsoft executive Bruno Gralpois is the author of a new book, Magnifique Inside & Out.
Independent designers in Washington have a chance to become one of a handful of featured designers at the fourth annual Independent Designer Runway Show (IDRS) at the 10th Annual Fashion Week at The Bellevue Collection.
QCED Chorus (Quartet Champions of the Evergreen District) will host “QCED Saturday Night” at 7 p.m. Jan. 24 at the Bellevue High School Performing Arts Center.
The musical, "Children of Eden" will be performed at 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 15, at Newport Presbyterian Church in Bellevue.
Newport Season of the Arts will present “Celtic Night,” an evening of Irish music featuring world-renowned uilleann piper Eliot Grasso, guitarist Dan Carollo, and fiddle player Susan Burke. The evening also will feature lively Irish step-dance performances by the Tara Academy of Irish Dance.
In the Pacific Northwest, some of the people who create the boldest stage magic are not the ones we actually see on stage. The Bellevue Reporter sat down with one of them. Meet Teatro ZinZanni’s “Contessa DeLuxe,” Louise DiLenge.
Hundreds of ballet dancers — ages 8 to 18 — are competing through the weekend in Bellevue for a chance to earn scholarships from leading dance schools around the globe.
Four productions are on tap for Bellevue Youth Theatre's spring season: Oblio and the Pointless Forest, Rapunzel, Once Upon a Mattress, and A Midsummer Night's Dream. All will be performed at the organization's new theater at Crossroads Park, 16051 N.E. 10th St.