Scoop Blog Archive / June 2009

Arts+Culture: All Dressed Up with Some Place to Go

I thoroughly enjoyed Thursday’s opening night performance of Bottega ZinZanni, the creative collaboration of two of Seattle’s biggest dreamers; local fashion designer Luly Yang and purveyors of one-of-a-kind dinner theater, Teatro Zinzanni. Encouraging our imaginations to soar, the two joined hands to create the cabaret-style show which tells a beautiful story about the transformative nature of fashion. Read more »

Expert Advice: How to Start Your Own P-Patch

The supply of P-Patches is low, so why not start your own?

Last Saturday I attended a celebration of a brand new P-Patch in West Seattle. Over 40 people attended to mark the event–I was amazed that this many people would show up at 9:00a.m. on a chilly June Saturday that was threatening rain. I knew myself to be a nerdy gardening type, preoccupied with powdery mildew and the pH balance of my soil, but I had no idea the density of nerdy gardeners in my neighborhood was so high! Read more »

SCOOP: New International District Art Walk

This just in: Chinatown and the International District will soon be home to the city's newest art walk. Participants will include Kobo Gallery, Higo Variety Store, a travelling collection from ArtXchange, highlights from the largest collection of Bruce Lee memorabilia, alleyway art, Kau Kau’s famous BBQ pork and outdoors street performers. Read more »

Woodland Park Welcomes New Snow Leopards

Two months after being introduced, Woodland Park Zoo’s Humboldt penguins are already being upstaged. With big eyes and tiny roars, a pair of four week old Snow Leopard cubs are pushing the Humboldt out of the top spot for cutest zoo animal (an unofficial poll of course). The 4 lb male and 3.6 lb female cub were born on May 25th to a set of first time parents who were brought to the Zoo a year ago as part of a Species Survival Plan.

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Maktub's Newest Album Available for Download

Maktub’s newest album, Five is officially available today. DOWNLOAD the entire album for free from our Web site.