The Highline on Broadway in Capitol Hill hosts a weekly monday bingo night entitled, can you guess, ‘Fuck Yeah Bingo!’
Start with a couple drinks, maybe some awesome vegan food. Then, before you even realized it, you’re roughly 90 years old and getting serious about your cards.
This is for sure an instant Monday night tradition.
If you’re in town with nothing to do on a Monday night, see you at The Highline!
I’ve recently learned of a new thing in Seattle most would find… unpleasant.
I’m talking about spider season.
I’ve seen some pretty gnarly ones so far.
expect a spider of the week.
last week’s winner was rufus.
he took up space on the patio at work.
So we’re playing with a new local contributor paradigm here at QN and we’ve rolled out the first five community correspondents. Some are experienced Q officers, one is returning to the team, and one is a relative newcomer.
Julian Casablancas is playing at The Showbox in downtown Thursday, November 13th.
I think it goes without saying that I’ll be there.
This guy has been one of my favorite artists since I was 17. Any fans of his solo work or of ‘The Strokes’ should definitely check it out.
Three Dollar Bill Outdoor Cinema returns to Capitol Hill’s Cal Anderson Park with TEENAGE DREAMS! Four enchanting films that’ll get your heart racing on Friday nights in August. Come enjoy the summer with FREE outdoor movies. The night is young, and so are we!
FROM BSA TO BPSA: Kicked Out Boy Scout Troop Finds New Home in Baden-Powell Service Association
June 26 – Seattle – For those who believe the biggest hurdles of the LGBTQ community are centered in
marriage equality, I present Scoutmaster Geoffrey McGrath. He’s had an action-packed couple of months
leading Seattle’s 98th Rainier troop of the Baden-Powell Service Association. The 98th Rainier used to be Troop
98 and Pack 98 of the Boy Scouts of America until McGrath (who is openly gay and an Eagle Scout, himself)
contributed to a news item profiling troops in the BSA.
Welcome to Seattle PrideFest! The country’s largest free pride festival!
There are tons of great Pride events all weekend long, starting with “Turn Back Time” this Thursday, June 26th at The W. All weekend long there will be food trucks, a beer garden, awesome bands and DJs, and even a Family Day. You won’t want to miss out on any of it, so click here to check out the schedule and details of all of the events!
For more great happenings in Seattle, check out our Seattle page!