Weekly Must List: February 25

SAM Remix
Friday (2/26) •
If you didn’t have plans Friday night, you do now. Seattle Art Museum’s Remix is literally mixing it up with its always fun, late-night party for 20- and 30-somethings. From readings by local poets (Daemond Arrindell, Storme Webbe and Rosalyn DeRoos) to music curated by Decibel Festival to a bearded lady competition, you’ll find plenty of ways to get your culture fix at SAM. If that’s not enough, grab a gaggle of friends and join in on an after hours tour of the museum, led by a local arts expert. Oh yeah, arrive early. The first 100 guests at Remix get in free at the door!. 8 p.m.–midnight. $5–$10 1300 First Ave. 206.654.3121. seattleartmuseum.org

Northgate Flea Market
Saturday (2/27) •
One man’s trash is, well, sometimes yet another man’s trash, but at the annual Northgate Flea Market on Saturday you may be surprised by all the treasures you uncover; you also have the opportunity to pass on some treasures of your own. The flea market is open to any shoppers with a penchant for rummaging and wannabe vendors (adults and children alike) who pony up $20 to rent a table of their own ($10 for a second table). Throw on your Antiques Roadshow collectible tee and check out your neighbors’ wares. Call to reserve a table. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Northgate Community Center, 10510 5th Ave. NE, Northgate; 206.386.4283

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Dan Webb: Stones and Flowers
(Through 3/27) •
Seattle sculptor Dan Webb is known as much for the humor he imparts in his work as for his mastery of the form. With pieces like “Shroud” (2008) and “Drop” (2007), Webb carves wood in such a way that you would swear it was fabric (or water). And with “The New You Machine” (2009), which features a human body made of clay topped by a carousel of potential faces to be slid into place, Webb reveals the true insight behind his wit. This show is innocuously called Stones and Flowers—we can’t wait to see Webb’s interpretation. Free. Times vary. Greg Kucera Gallery, 212 Third Ave. S; 206.624.0770

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Hayley Young: Music, Meet Film
Sunday (2/28) •
Seattle mag’s staff photographer traded in her digital camera to photograph local musicians and artists using old-school medium format film for this one-night show. Young places her subjects (including Seattle Symphony cellist Joshua Roman and The Duchesses and the Dukes’ Jesse Lortz) in familiar yet timeless settings—everything from outdoor spaces to intimate studios and hotel rooms—to achieve a nostalgic and vintage feel in her work. Get to Havana early and much on food from Barrio and to listen to see performances by artists featured in the show. 7 p.m. $10. Havana Social Club, 1010 E. Pike St. hayleyyoungphotography.com

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The Lonely Forest
Tuesday (3/2) •
Get ready to share another favorite Northwest band with the rest of the wor