The time is here — the time when we hunker down and get cozy with an
incredible book, and the time when breezy, summer-beach reads give way
to the incredible literature that rears its beautiful head in the fall.
The Seattle SeaChordsmen Barbershop Chorus will provide free voices
lessons for men, once a week for six weeks, beginning Tuesday, Oct. 20.
KCTS 9 has launched “Borders & Heritage: Stories of Immigration,”
a KCTS 9 Digital Studios series that explores the immigrant experience
in the Pacific Northwest.
Surprisingly, even after 60 years, Arthur Miller’s Tony Award-winning
drama, “A View from the Bridge,” still packs a punch.
Way back when, maybe five years ago, a sea-farin’ man
named Ezequiel Romero climbed up the hill behind his boatyard in Ballard
and found himself a restaurant for sale at the corner of Queen Anne
Avenue North and Boston Street. He named it La Luna.