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Brandon Ivie Loves a Good Story

Brandon Ivie was recently named the Village Theatre’s new Associate Artistic Director as well as Creative Lead of the Village Originals New Musicals program. He promises to bring some new ideas into their successful artistic mix.

Totally Unofficial Queer Guide to PAX West 2016

Finding other queer folk at PAX or hunting down LGBTQ-oriented content can be a struggle, so here’s a list of the most queer-relevant PAX content we could find, including both panels and events at the con and parties afterwards.

Raven’s Reading Rainbow: Dull Or Diva-licious?

Stagnation. Caught like the proverbial fly in amber, you languish at your job , bored, listless, doing the same old, same old, day after day after interminable day… and there’s no way up, and it seems almost impossible to find a way out of it. It’s enough to make you tear your hair out.

Watch This: Marilyn Manson and The Burrito Lingerie Show

Last Wednesday culminated in an Auburn Taco Bell parking lot with several friends wearing seven-layer burritos as bras. I alternately shotgunned Rainier and taco sauce packets, reeling from the delight of what for most of us had been our first Marilyn Manson concert.

A Bit of Queer, Femme Choreography

Seattle’s Velocity Dance Center is featuring the premiere of a new showcase, IOTA, curated by and highlighting local choreographer, Coleman Pester, starting August 26. IOTA utilizes the work of queer femme choreographers in a ninety-minute-long exhibition.

The Mix: Friday Five

The Mix is back with this week’s Friday Five. From campy film and queer film, to puppies and ponies, don’t miss these five really amazing, hand-picked events happening in the PNW this weekend.

Musings on Hip-Hop: Young Thug and The Get Down

This week I’ve been thinking a lot about hip-hop, which is maybe a weird thing to write. I often think about hip-hop because I am both an immense fan of rap music and also deeply fascinated by its effect as a social and political movement, but this week in particular it seems like that’s all I’ve been thinking about and listening to.

Raven’s Reading Rainbow: Past Tense, Future Perfect

Sometimes, we find ourselves feeling sad and down, and we’re not even sure what caused it. It can be hard to pinpoint the source of our malaise, and that adds frustration to the mix, and we often find ourselves adding a big helping of self-blame to boot. It’s difficult not to get hung up on the question, “Why am I feeling like this?”

Watch This: Outlander, Brewer of Dreams

The turn-of-the-century Victorian that houses Outlander Brewing is so pristine it looks like it was built last week. It could be a stylish good witch’s house, or some obscure European Earl’s summer home.

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Musings on Hip-Hop: Young Thug and The Get Down

This week I’ve been thinking a lot about hip-hop, which is maybe a weird thing to write. I often think about hip-hop because I am both an immense fan of rap music and also deeply fascinated by its effect as a social and political movement, but this week in particular it seems like that’s all I’ve been thinking about and listening to.

Brandon Ivie Loves a Good Story

Brandon Ivie was recently named the Village Theatre’s new Associate Artistic Director as well as Creative Lead of the Village Originals New Musicals program. He promises to bring some new ideas into their successful artistic mix.

Totally Unofficial Queer Guide to PAX West 2016

Finding other queer folk at PAX or hunting down LGBTQ-oriented content can be a struggle, so here's a list of the most queer-relevant PAX content we could find, including both panels and events at the con and parties afterwards.

Watch This: Marilyn Manson and The Burrito Lingerie Show

Last Wednesday culminated in an Auburn Taco Bell parking lot with several friends wearing seven-layer burritos as bras. I alternately shotgunned Rainier and taco sauce packets, reeling from the delight of what for most of us had been our first Marilyn Manson concert.

Critical Condition: Bonnie and Clyde Raise A Little Hell

That Bonnie and Clyde, the debut production of Studio 18 at 12th Avenue Arts, works at all well has less to do with the show itself than the very respectable production this new company has given it. The big question at hand is why they chose to do this flawed, short running Broadway musical at all?

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