11/8-11/14

MONDAY 11/08:

zpizza’s grand opening celebration. 11:30-1:30pm.

zpizza. 1620 broadway ave.

free. all ages. samples, giveaways, seattle mariners pitcher felix hernandez will be there signing autographs, taking photos, and helping make pizza. 20% of all sales will be donated to northwest harvest.

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5th ave theatre free tour. noon. tour lasts approx 20 minutes.

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the hood hunt #2: west woodland. 5:30pm.

parking lot, west woodland elementary. nw 58th & 5th ave nw.

free. all ages. map-based scavenger hunt with 20 checkpoints. don’t forget to print a map! after the hunt there will be a social (location tbd) to share stories, vote on favorite checkpoints, etc.

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cineoke! doors 6:30pm.

jewelbox theater. the rendezvous. 2322 2nd ave.

$5. doors 6:30pm, starts 7pm. like karaoke, but to your favorite movie musicals.

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6th annual arts in education forum. 6:30-8pm.

free. all ages. pigott auditorium, seattle university. 1017 e. marion st.

three seattle students (from garfield, nathan hale, and rainier beach) will lead the panel discussion with mayor mike mcginn and seattle public schools chief academic officer susan enfield. forum 6:30-7:30pm. informal reception with snacks and refreshments 7:30-8pm.

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andrew lam reading.7-8:15pm.

microsoft auditorium, level 1, central library. 1000 4th ave.

free. all ages. “east meets west: writing in two hemispheres.”

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greenwood chocolati cafe movie night. 7-9pm.

free. all ages. 8319 greenwood ave n.

“office space” will be shown. drink specials, 10% discount to students with id.

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TUESDAY 11/09:

“postville raid…” screening and discussion. 4-6pm.

free. all ages. room 120, communication building, university of washington.

film screening of “postville raid: us immigration enforcement and the effects on immigrant children and families. a personal journey from filmmaker to advocate” and conversation with filmmaker luis argueta.

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andrew lam reading. 5-6:30pm.

allen auditorium, suzzallo allen library, university of washington.

free. all ages. “east meets west: writing in two hemispheres.”

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“eating your environment” lecture series. 6:30-8:30pm.

all ages. room 120, kane hall. university of washington.

free, online registration required. “feeling the heat: food & famine in a finite world” cary fowler, rome.

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tv dinner twin peaks. 7pm.

central cinema. 1411 21st ave.

free (or reserve a seat in advance with purchase of $5 food/beverage voucher). all ages. pilot and episode 1.

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daniel handler. 7:30pm.

$15 and up. all ages. benaroya hall. 200 university st.

“why does lemony snicket keep following me?” handler will talk with sherman alexie.

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poetry northwest. 8pm.

blue moon. 712 ne 45th st.

free. 21+. featuring ed skoog, rebecca hoogs, and kate lebo.

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matthew dear. 8pm.

nectar lounge. 412 n. 36th st.

$10 adv. 21+. musical performances by matthew dear with live band, ig88, and grindle.

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free chicken and waffles and drinks. 8pm.

captain blacks. 129 belmont ave e.

free. 21+. captain blacks with sailor jerrys will be giving away 80 orders of chicken and waffles and a drink for free!

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WEDNESDAY 11/10:

diversity research institute brown bag lunch. 3-5pm.

free. room 309, parrington hall, university of washington.

“holy alliances: immigrants, religious conservatism, and contemporary racial politics.” dr. janelle wong, associate professor dept of political science and american studies and ethnicity, university of southern california.

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“the witness” screening. 5-7pm.

allen auditorium, suzzallo allen library, university of washington.

free. all ages. film followed by post-screening commentary by eddie lama.

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fitz and the tantrums. 6pm.

sonic boom. 1525 melrose ave. capitol hill.

free. all ages. in-store musical performance.

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front porch theater. 6-7:45pm.

southwest branch library. 9010 35th ave sw.

free. teens+. interactive (participate as a performer or audience) preview of “the scarlet letter.” reading and conversation about intiman theatre’s upcoming play.

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silent reading party. 6-9pm.

fireside room, sorrento hotel. 900 madison st.

free. a nice place to join others, and read silently. special guests, drink specials.

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junip feat. jose gonzalez. doors 8pm.

neumos. 925 e. pike st. capitol hill.

$15 adv. 21+. junip is jose gonzalez, elias araya, and tobias winterkorn.

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capitol hill comedy. 8:30pm.

15th ave coffee & tea (starbucks). 328 15th ave e.

free. all ages. $1 off beer/wine, 25% off small plates.

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rosehips at rosebud. 9:30pm.

rosebud restaurant & bar. 719 e. pike st.

free. 21+. belly dancing exhibition. themed drinks.

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THURSDAY 11/11:

free burgers for veterans. 10:30am-close

all dick’s drive-in locations: broadway, holman road, lake city, queen anne, wallingford.

free hamburger or cheeseburger to all veterans and active duty military members (must show any form of military id or wear uniform).

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free day at northwest african american museum. 11-7pm.

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capitol hill blitz art walk. 5-8pm.

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free day at seattle asian art museum. 5-9pm.

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west seattle art walk. 6-9pm.

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3rd annual ecolavish fashion show. doors 7pm.

herban feast. 3200 1st ave s.

$25. 21+. first 50 people get eco-swag bags. show 8pm.

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“bingo was his name-o.” 8pm.

auto battery. 1009 e. union st.

$10 (all proceeds benefit twif) for the night. the world is fun presents the first ever bingo night! a bingo/trivia/challenge hybrid with fabulous prizes.

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the rock anthem sing along. 8pm.

central cinema. 1411 21st ave.

$6 adv/$8 day of. all ages. performance by airpocalypse, free lighters and inflatable guitars.

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the lonely forest, sslyby at neumos. doors 8pm.

$15 adv. all ages. neumos. 925 e. pike st. capitol hill.

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movie night at bauhaus. 8pm.

free. all ages. bauhaus books & coffee. 301 e. pine st.

a movie will be shown without sound, while a guest dj will create a new soundtrack. music starts 8pm, film 8:30pm.

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FRIDAY 11/12:

tickets for kotowicz benefit show on sale today! noon.

benefit for the andy kotowicz family (dec 4 doors 7pm) at showbox market.

$20. all ages. musical performances by a-frames/afcgt, fruit bats, mudhoney, michael yonkers, pissed jeans, shabazz palaces, vetiver, wolf eyes.

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art up greenwood-phinney art walk. 6-9pm.

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transformed fashion show. 6-9pm.

hale’s ales. 4301 leary way nw.

$7 and up. fashion show; over 30 designers have created fashions from recycled materials (and will be sold in the silent auction), dj, raffle, and more! benefits farestart.

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bilocal. today & nov 13. 6:30pm.

$15 adv/$20 day of. all ages. town hall. 1119 8th ave.

writing, film, performances, music, etc. by people from seattle and new orleans.

reception 6:30-7:45pm. ($) food and drinks available. show 8pm.

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“lous ck: word.” 8pm.

$33 (plus fees). moore theatre. 1932 2nd ave.

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ghostland observatory. today & nov 13. doors 8pm.

showbox sodo. 1700 1st ave s.

$22.50 adv (plus fees). 21+ nov 12. all ages nov 13.

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das racist at chop suey. doors 9pm.

chop suey. 1325 e. madison. capitol hill.

$10 adv. all ages. das racist, helladope, kung fu grip, dj darwin, hosted by larry mizelle jr.

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SATURDAY 11/13:

univeristy district farmers market. 9-2pm.

and at the market:

eat local for thanksgiving! cooking demo. 10-11:30am.

free. all ages. cooking demo by shauna ahern (author of gluten-free girl).

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27th annual goodwill glitter sale. today & nov 14. 9am-6pm.

goodwill. 1400 s. lane st.

proceeds benefit the goodwill’s free training and education programs.

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moore theatre tour. 10am. tour lasts approximately 90 min.

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georgetown trailer park market of curiosities. 10-4pm.

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southwest community center’s holiday bazaar. 10-4pm.

free. all ages. 2801 sw thistle st.

entertainment, craft activities, food, and more!

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garage sale. 10-5pm.

nautilus studio. 5913 b airport way s.

clothes, books, and more!

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seattle holiday souk: an alternative fair trade bazaar. today & nov 14. 10-5pm.

bloedel hall, st. mark’s cathedral. 1245 10th ave e.

free. all ages. local artists and nonprofit organizations will be selling clothes, jewelry, crafts, etc. traditional middle eastern performances and food.

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bake sale. nov. 11-2pm.

madison market central co-op. 1600 e. madison st.

bake sale featuring alki pies, boulangerie nantaise, celestial bakers, flying apron, little rae’s bakery, mighty-o donuts, julia’s bakery, north hill bakery, skydottir epic cookies, wheatless in seattle.

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central district art walk. noon-5pm.

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closing party at cafe met. 5-close.

cafe metropolitain. 1701 e. olive way.

free. 21+. raffle, drink specials, live music, and more!

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ballard art walk. 6-9pm.

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pratt fine arts center open house. 6-9pm.

pratt fine arts center. 1902 s. main st.

free. all ages. visit the studios, meet artists and staff, watch demonstrations on glassblowing, printmaking, and more!

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georgetown art attack. 6-9pm.

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2010 crown hill arts festival. 6:30pm.

free. all ages. crown hill center. 9250 14th ave nw.

art walk with work from local artists, performances, live music, ($) beer garden and appetizers from “honey, i’m home catering,” ($) raffle, and more!

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bilocal. 6:30pm.

$15 adv/$20 day of. all ages. town hall. 1119 8th ave.

writing, film, performances, music, etc. by people from seattle and new orleans.

reception 6:30-7:45pm. ($) food and drinks available. show 8pm.

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sam remix. 7pm-1am.

18+. sam.1000 1st ave.

first 50 people in striped sailor shirts get in free. $12 members, $20 students, $25 general admission.

performances by the can can castaways and harlequin hipsters, live musical and art performances, talks, artist trivia, dj tigerbeat, tours of the picasso exhibit and permanent collection, etc.

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ghostland observatory. doors 8pm.

showbox sodo. 1700 1st ave s.

$22.50 adv (plus fees). all ages. with dj jack.

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slow skate. 8pm, 11pm.

bourbon bar, columbia city theater. 4916 rainier ave s.

free. 21+. free musical performance by slow skate before (8pm) and after (11pm) the atomic bomshells (9pm $20) performance.

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“straight.” today & nov 14. 8pm.

richard hugo house. 1634 11th ave.

$15. conversation comedy. written and performed by david schmader.

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burlesque 202 student graduation recital. 9-10:30pm.

west hall theatre, 2nd floor, oddfellows building. 915 e. pike st.

$12 adv/$15 door. 18+. doors 8:30pm. presented by the academy of burlesque, hosted by waxie moon, featuring performances by the graduating class and 202 alums. free door prizes (tickets for upcoming shows, memorabilia, etc.)

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SUNDAY 11/14:

national pickle day.

fried pickles for $1. the counter. 4609 14th ave nw.

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27th annual goodwill glitter sale. 9am-6pm.

goodwill. 1400 s. lane st.

proceeds benefit the goodwill’s free training and education programs.

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west seattle farmers market. 10-2pm.

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ballard street market. 10-3pm.

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fremont street market. 10-5pm.

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seattle holiday souk: an alternative fair trade bazaar. 10-5pm.

bloedel hall, st. mark’s cathedral. 1245 10th ave e.

free. all ages. local artists and nonprofit organizations will be selling clothes, jewelry, crafts, etc. traditional middle eastern performances and food.

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broadway farmers market. 11-3pm.

and at the market:

eat local for thanksgiving! cooking demo. noon-1pm.

free. all ages. cooking demo with kim o’donnel (chef, food journalist, author).

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fran healy (travis). 3pm.

sonic boom. 1525 melrose ave. capitol hill.

free. all ages. in-store musical performance.

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comte’s 2nd annual 49th birthday bash. 5pm.

annex theatre. 1100 e. pike st.

$12 adv/$15 day of. annex theatre facilities coordinator chris comte’s birthday party will include music by awesome and jose bold, food, drinks, performances, special guests, and more!

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“straight.” 7pm.

richard hugo house. 1634 11th ave.

$15. conversation comedy. written and performed by david schmader.

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pgm jazz trio. 8pm.

bourbon bar, columbia city theater. 4916 rainier ave s.

free. 21+. free musical performance by pgm jazz trio.

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free relentless music session. doors 8pm.

free (with online rsvp). 21+. chop suey. 1325 e. madison. capitol hill.

free musical performances by the bronx & mariachi el bronx. entrance on first come, first serve basis; get there early.

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evo launch party. 8pm.

radar hair and records. 2724 1st ave s.

free. all ages. celebrate the new product line with live music, food, drinks, giveaways, and more!

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