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Calendar of gardening events in the Bellevue area.
Arts and entertainment happenings in and around Bellevue.
Bellevue Christian High School’s musical, “Bye Bye Birdie,” and two performers have been nominated in the 5th Avenue Theatre’s sixth annual high school musical theatre awards.
The Attic Theatre will present Robert Fulghum’s, "All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten." The musical adaptation spotlights the important values of life, as revealed through vignettes and songs. Over 15 million copies of Fulghum’s books are currently in print. The bestselling author, philosopher, teacher, artist, and musician resides part-time in Seattle.
Drop in to the upbeat downtown Bellevue Palomino and you’ll feel like a part of the bustling scene. The swank new restaurant, which opened last Thursday and is located next to Lincoln Square, features hanging lights in fireball orange, sleek red curtains and wait staff decked in black.
Author and chef Kathy Casey shared her passion for food, cocktails, entertaining at this year’s Women Wine & Shopping event. The girls' night out was held at The Westin Bellevue as part of the Culinary & Wine Showcase, a weeklong event presented by the Bellevue Collection.
The second annual ‘Designer Mutt Match’ dog adoption event will give people a chance to meet Shepadors, Labweilers, Sperriers and other dogs and puppies from across the state in one location.
Maggiano’s Little Italy has hired Chris Horning to be the new Sous Chef. Horning is responsible for ensuring the efficiency of Maggiano’s 80-person kitchen, and smooth flow and overall presentation of Maggiano’s cuisine.
The city of Bellevue will launch its presentation of the biennial Bellevue Sculpture Exhibition on Saturday, June 14. The Bellevue Sculpture Exhibition: Sculpted Green explores the idea of sustainability and natural environment through a display of more than 35 sculptures.
Leading restaurants, chefs and food experts paired with winemakers from around the state at The Bellevue Collection last week for the second annual Culinary & Wine Showcase.
Zelda is a beautiful and quiet three-year-old lady who’s often hiding in her bed. But once you pet her, she becomes alive and rubs all over you.
Animal shelters and rescue groups will bring hundreds of dogs and cats from all over the state to King County’s Kent Animal Shelter on Saturday, June 21 for the region’s third annual Super Pet Adopt-a-thon.
Every family experiences painful losses. Beloved pets and family members die. So do hopes and marriages. Tragedies and accidents happen, unfortunately.
Ever met one of those people who seemingly can do everything? I know a guy like that.
Marymoor Amphitheatre, 6046 W. Lake Sammamish Parkway N.E., Redmond. 206-628-0888, www.ticketmaster.com or www.concertsatmarymoor.com.
So here we are, turning the calendar to April, and we’re still shivering from a rare spring snow on some of the higher hills around the area. And trust me, I know what you’re thinking: Ha, so much for global warming!
We’re number five! We’re number five! We’re number five!
What do you call two straight days of rain in western Washington? A weekend!
We’re now rolling headlong into May, and the only April showers anybody can remember were snow showers. Talk about nuts: my kids spent part of spring vacation sledding. And opening day of boating season ended up being the last day of ski season.