SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--(NASDAQ:AMZN) Today, Amazon Music announced The LCD Soundsystem Holiday Special, an innovative virtual event streaming December 22, featuring the band on the heels of their sold-out 20-show residency in Brooklyn. Comedian, actor,
Seattle, WA (Wednesday, December 8th, 2021) — Nordo is delighted to jumpstart 2022 with not just one show from Seattle luminary and award-winning artist Sara Porkalob, but two! As a farewell gift to Seattle, as Porkalob leaves to perform on Broadway, run
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For us introverts, post-COVID King County is a peculiar time and place to explore questions like: Are we still queer without the physical acts of sex? Who have we been this last year without bars, parades (Seattle Pride is going virtual again this year),
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When I first saw The Celluloid Closet in the late '90s, I was blown away. It was a perfect documentary from start to finish, directed by a team of Gay directors, Jeffrey Friedman and Rob Epstein. I so much wanted to
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Close your eyes and slip into a dreamy realm of endless opportunity. This is what it felt like to be immersed in the radio play The Celestial Omnibus by E.M. Forster, which was written in 1911.