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The city of Issaquah's Arts/Culture department will screen "Grumpy Old Men" 7 p.m. Saturday as part of its Second Saturday Film Series.
Master Chorus Eastside, formally known as the Issaquah Chorale, will bring a Charles Dickens' classic to life during the choir's 25th concert season.
Families, seniors and all who enjoy live classical music are welcome to attend the free Issaquah Philharmonic Orchestra holiday concert Dec. 7 at 7:30 p.m.
Young adult fiction writers Jeanne Ryan and Stasia Ward Kehoe will visit the historic Shell Station as part of the Talking Pages reading series at 7 p.m. tonight, Sept. 15.
WSDOT announced Wednesday it had canceled a planned closure of State Route 18 from Interstate 90 to Issaquah-Hobart Road Southeast.
The inaugural Gas Station Blues series ends with the Stacy Jones Band.
The film stars Robin Williams as a banker who finds himself obsessed with the dropped pass that caused Taft High School's 1972 football team to lose a crosstown rivalry match against Bakersfield.
The festival will take place Feb. 28 and March 1 at Cinebarre Issaquah 8.
The Boxley Music Fund will present the fourth annual North Bend Jazz Walk March 14.
In Cirque du Soleil's latest production, audiences are discovering a hidden world filled with crazy ideas and grand dreams.
Richard Akutagawa has a simple message for all writers: "Do it, do it now, because you never know when you won't have now anymore."
The Bellevue Arts Museum broke all of its attendance records last year as more than 81,000 visitors toured its exhibits, 32 percent more than in 2013.
Audrey Hepburn plays Susy, a blind housewife terrorized by criminals after her husband (Efrem Zimbalist Jr.) unwittingly brings home a doll stuffed with heroin.
Artists Betsy Best-Sparado, Mia Yoshihara Bradshaw, Lauren Iida and Naoko Morisawa will be present from 6-8 p.m. Jan. 5. The exhibit's original curator, June Sekiguchi, will join them.
Here are 10 suggestions to enjoy the festivities without over-indulging.
"It's better than the movie." You've heard the refrain before, usually as a term of lament for a much beloved book subjected to a less than loving film adaptation. But in this case — the intermission-time chatter between acts of "A Christmas Story, The Musical" —the statement was countlessly repeated as high praise for the stage adaptation of a holiday film classic.
Tickets are now available for Master Chorus Eastside's "Christmas in the Northwest" concert on Sunday, Dec. 14.
The Sammamish Arts Commission will present "A Cut Above," an exhibit featuring hand-cut work in paper, wood, prints and sculpture by four artists.
There's trouble at 17 Cherry Tree Lane and it's not Mary Poppins. The Village Theatre's opening night production of the popular children's story had several magical moments, including flying people, kites and a chimney sweep dancing on the ceiling. But many of those fell flat as numerous miscues, both musical and spoken, clumsy stage blocking and stagehands appearing in plain view took audience members out of the story. By the time you read this I'm sure both cast and crew will have ironed out the majority of its timing issues, taking copious amounts of sugar to help the medicine go down, which is why I'm throughly encouraging people to see this production.
The Sammamish Symphony's 2015 Youth Concerto competition is open to young musicians 19 years of age or younger who play a woodwind, brass, string, harp, piano or classical guitar instrument. Voice performers are also eligible to compete.