Wednesday, November 26, 2014 12:47 PM
In celebration of World AIDS Day, KEXP’s “Wo’Pop” radio program is hosting a free concert at EMP Museum (325 Fifth Ave. N.) on Monday, Dec. 1, from 5:30 to 10 p.m. 
  • In celebration of World AIDS Day, KEXP’s “Wo’Pop” radio program is hosting a free concert at EMP Museum (325 Fifth Ave. N.) on Monday, Dec. 1, from 5:30 to 10 p.m.  
  • FOOD MATTERS | Giving thanks for booze, brunch
    America’s most food-centric holiday is here, and this year, there’s much to report and recommend to readers who may want to throw up their hands at the whole notion of preparing a family feast. 
  • There's a community blood drive, ethereal art show, kindergarten info night and more free community events this week.  
  • Liquor license approvals for the Streamline Tavern and Mashawi in lower Queen Anne.  
  • Paranormal activity in Pioneer Square
    When I pushed open the heavy double doors that led to the underground offices of Spooked in Seattle (102 Cherry St.), I was hit with the smell of incense and mildew. 
  • Daniel Mayer took the reins as managing director of the 25-year-old non-profit Book-It Theatre company (305 Harrison St.), on Oct. 29. Founding co-artistic director Myra Platt has been serving as acting managing director since August. 
  • Read this week's Bulletin Board for free, community events in Queen Anne and Magnolia.  
  • Daybreak Star (5011 Bernie Whitebear Way) in Discovery Park will host the annual United Indians art mart on three days: Saturday, Nov. 15; Nov. 22; and Dec. 20. Each will open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
  • Sweet Pea Cottage Preschool of the Arts (2011 First Ave. N.) will have its 10th-annual Queen Anne Artists’ Trunk Show, a free, family-friendly event that will feature more than 35 local artists. 
  • A pop-up gallery event is happening on Saturday, Nov. 15, from 6 to 10 p.m., in Ballard at 1708 N.W. Market St. 
  • Find the perfect gift at the 2014 Friends of the Library Holiday Book Sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 15 at North Seattle College (9600 College Way N.). 
  • Liquor license applications and assumption applications for Queen Anne and Magnolia.  
  • PNB fascinates audience with ‘Director’s Choice’
    "Director’s Choice” at Pacific Northwest Ballet (PNB) is always intriguing. Chosen by company artistic director Peter Boal, the current “Director’s Choice” comprises four pieces, capped with a world premiere by choreographer Justin Peck. 
  • QA Helpline has record Taste of Queen Anne
    This year’s Taste of Queen Anne event on Oct. 18 at St. Anne’s School (1411 First Ave. W.) was a record success, said Queen Anne Helpline executive director Lisa Moore. 
  • QA’s Snider honored in Denver
    Queen Anne resident and O’Dea High School lacrosse coach Drew Snider, whose Denver Outlaws won the Major League Lacrosse  hampionship in August, was honored Oct. 19 in Denver in an on-field ceremony during the San Francisco 49ers/Denver Broncos NFL game. 
  • Creative costumes
    Dr. David Arndt, D.D.S. and his wife, dental hygienist Tina Arndt and their daughters Lauren and Anna participated in Queen Anne’s annual Halloween trick-or-treating dressed in Disney-theme costumes. 
  • Attend these free community events in Queen Anne and Magnolia this week.  
  • King County Metro’s Poetry on the Bus contest is back. Queen Anne’s Marqueen Garage (1506 Queen Anne Ave. N.) is displaying one of the winning poems by Queen Anne poet Candace Bullard.
     
  • ‘Walking the Camino’ documentary returns to SIFF for encore screening
    "Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago,” an award-winning documentary about the journey of six strangers testing their physical and spiritual boundaries on the legendary Camino de Santiago is back in Seattle for a special encore showing. 
  • More than 30 local artists and vendors will be on hand at this year’s Shop ‘Til You Drop trunk show and coat drive, on Nov. 6.
     
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