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Teatro ZinZanni serves up high-flying ‘Love, Chaos and Dinner’ at Marymoor

Teatro ZinZanni takes the dinner-and-a-movie concept and literally turns it upside down, lifting the experience way into the stratosphere. There’s a four-course meal on tap,… Continue reading

 

High-energy dance and the fight to make a difference in Disney’s ‘Newsies’ at Village

Open the gates and seize the day — the Newsies are dancing into Issaquah’s Village Theatre this November. In other words, get ready for boys… Continue reading

 

Forget leftovers, Gobble Up these artisanal goodies Nov. 25

It’s Thanksgiving weekend. Black Friday has come and gone. But instead of picking at cold turkey leftovers and hiding from shoppers, the makers of Urban… Continue reading

 

Q&A: ‘Newsies’ character Katherine Plumber talks journalism in Victorian-era New York

The Eastside Scene journalists sat down with ace reporter Katherine Plumber of “Newsies” to find out what has changed — and stayed the same —… Continue reading

Vogue Knitting LIVE brings knitting enthusiasts from across the country to Bellevue

Does this blustery weather make you want to curl up on the couch with a blanket, hot chocolate, a cat and a new knitting project?… Continue reading

Mercer Island’s Harvest Market returns in November

If you’re looking for a Thanksgiving shopping experience the whole family can enjoy, look no further than the Mercer Island Harvest Market, which will be… Continue reading

Kirkland Art Center’s Cirque du Surreal celebrates the imagination this October | The Eastside Scene

Artist Salvador Dali’s melting clocks, a ring master at a circus, and flapper girls from the 1920s. Cirque du Surreal is coming to town. The… Continue reading

Giant game of croquet, anyone? | The Eastside Scene

Staff Report A mammoth croquet field has emerged in Redmond. It’s not to be played on, however, but walked through. Suzanne Tidwell’s knitted art installation… Continue reading

Take a walk ‘Into the Woods’ at Village Theatre | The Eastside Scene

The classic Grimm Brothers fairy tales with have been done onstage more times than Cinderella had to scrub her wicked stepmother’s kitchen floor. But Stephen… Continue reading