Oscar Fashion Wrap Up

Oscar Fashion Wrap Up

Share this…Facebook20TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailby Jill Wear La Mirren. Gorg. Love. I love this look. I am helpless in the face of a cape. JLo, girl, WERK. DEAR GOD, NO. LOVE this on Gaga. Classic old Hollywood with a slightly fetishy twist. This so sad. I have a hard time with this because …

Zinzanni Returns: Same Tent, different location with Christine Deaver and More in ‘Hollywood & Vine’.

Zinzanni Returns: Same Tent, different location with Christine Deaver and More in ‘Hollywood & Vine’.

Share this…Facebook3TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailBy MK Scott Two years, around this time, I went and saw what was thought to be Teatro Zinzanni’s last show in Seattle. Last year, with a smaller tent held space in Redmond’s Marymoor Park was still a great show and had the Zinzanni flare. Now they have finally …

Seattle Symphony’s ‘Celebrate Asia’ was a day of music and culture

Seattle Symphony’s ‘Celebrate Asia’ was a day of music and culture

Share this…Facebook1TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailby MK Scott The 11th annual ‘Celebrate Asia’ presented by the Seattle Symphony was a whimsical day of music and culture that celebrated the whole continent of Asia. Interestingly enough the fun started 90 minutes prior to the actual concert with entertainment happening in the grand lobby of Benaroya …

Marxiano Productions’ Bohemia Returns to Bring a beautiful classical work of erotic art to The Triple Door

Marxiano Productions’ Bohemia Returns to Bring a beautiful classical work of erotic art to The Triple Door

Share this…Facebook3TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailPhoto by Truman Buffett by MK Scott Last year was the triumphant debut of ‘Bohemia’ at the Triple Door, a big splashy production of incredible dance numbers, glamorous costumes with an intriguing story and brought to you by Marxiano Productions, returned this past weekend. Bohemia, a musical set in …

Nora Michaels delivers a great night of music at her 71st birthday show and CD release at Highway 99 Blues Club

Nora Michaels delivers a great night of music at her 71st birthday show and CD release at Highway 99 Blues Club

Share this…Facebook25TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailby MK Scott It was a great night of music and laughs on Friday, December 28 at the Highway 99 Blues Club (1414 Alaskan Way) along the waterfront in the shadow of the (soon to be gone) Alaskan Way Viaduct. The event was all about Seattle-based blues chanteuse, Nora …

Seattle Men’s Chorus’ Jingle All the Way: The Best in Years

Seattle Men’s Chorus’ Jingle All the Way: The Best in Years

Share this…Facebook538TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailPhoto by John Pai. by MK Scott It is hard to fathom that it has been 20 years since I first attended a Seattle Men’s Chorus concert. The Jingle All the Way show this past Sunday (December 9th) was one of the best in years. Caldwell’s energy was relaxed, …

Seattle Gays come out to see Mr. Showman, Jake Shears at the Neptune

Seattle Gays come out to see Mr. Showman, Jake Shears at the Neptune

Share this…Facebook1TwitterLinkedinReddit0email (Photo by STEVE GILLETT / LIVEPIX ) by MK Scott   When the Scissor Sisters played the Showbox in Sodo in 2010, I was captivated by their gorgeous lead singer, Jake Shears. The music was reminiscent of The Bee Gees and Elton John – it was glam-rock with a …

Seattle Symphony’s ‘Totally ’80s’ concert celebrated the 1980’s (yes, really!) last weekend with two Broadway stars and it was ‘Totally AWESOME’

Seattle Symphony’s ‘Totally ’80s’ concert celebrated the 1980’s (yes, really!) last weekend with two Broadway stars and it was ‘Totally AWESOME’

Share this…Facebook1TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailby MK Scott I always enjoy the Seattle Symphony Pop series when they salute Broadway, but what I enjoy most is music from the 1980’s. It may come as a surprise to some of you that the Symphony would salute the 1980’s and instead of the 1780’s as they …

Erasure at Moore Theatre: The gayest party of the year

Erasure at Moore Theatre: The gayest party of the year

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailby MK Scott On Tuesday, August 14, a sold out Moore Theatre, welcomed the iconic ’80s Synthpop duo of Andy Bell and Vince Clarke, Erasure, back in Seattle after seven years. It was in October 2011, when I attended their Tomorrow’s World Tour and met Andy Bell backstage after …

{BOOKWORM} “I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness”

{BOOKWORM} “I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness”

Share this…Facebook0TwitterLinkedinReddit0emailby Terri Schlichenmeyer Oh, the things you’ve heard! You’ve been told statements that aren’t true, and that made you sad. Myths kept you from your full potential. Tall tales were told to provoke you. And with the new book “I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for …