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What's Happening in Seattle this Week

Family: High School Musical On Ice, starting 6th, $16+, of teenage angst on ice.  Past their Romeo & Juliet trauma now, Troy and Gabriella deal with the upcoming basketball championships, the big prom, and a spring musical.  Disney doesn't do anything half-ass, so you can bet the entire production and music quality will be worthy of award nominations.

Astronomy: Star Party, Nov 8th, free. Club members set up their telescopes and the public is invited to come by and peer into the night sky.  Since people like to talk about what they're interested in, all the volunteers are more than eager to answer newbie questions.

Lecture: Lucy Talks, Nov 13th and ongoing, $5.  In case you missed it, Lucy, that remarkable 3.2 million year old hominoid skeleton, is in Seattle for a rare visit.  You can imagine how local scientists are drooling over this, and they're ever so eager to share their knowledge of and passion about Lucy and how she tells the story of our history.

Crafts: Scrap Booking Workshop, Nov 8th, $26.  In the old days, this just used to be gluing a bunch of photos and remembrances into an empty scrap book, but apparently, it's more complicated nowadays.  Bring in your goodies, and learn how to organize your memories or create holiday giveaways.

Discussion: Who Won the Election and What Difference Might It Make, Nov 6th, $8.  Whether you're crying or giddy come Nov 5th, answer the narcissistic question: How is this going to affect me?  Political columnist Peter Callaghan sorts out the election results for an evening of discussion and speculation as to what it means for us and the Puget Sound region.

Shakespeare: Henry IV, until Nov 16th, $30.  All of Shakespeare's plays are big, but this is still one of the biggies.  Written over 400 years ago about the political and personal struggles of two men.  Of course, what makes this so compelling is how the same themes are still so prominent today.  *  Also, Othello, Nov 7th, by donation.  Set in post 9/11 Iraq, chaos and distrust clashes over Arabian culture.

International: FUITS Celebration, starting Nov 5th.  The idea is, even though people of different cultures and lands may seem different, once we interact and get to know each other a bit, then we find out we're really not so different after all.  This organization promotes international goodwill through student efforts and cross culture exchanges.  They have an opening reception, CulturalFest Performances, wrapping up with a gala affair.

Film: America the Beautiful, Nov 9th, on our unrealistic beauty-obsessed culture and the consequences it creates.  The film follows the career of Gerren Taylor, model superstar at age 12 and burnout by age 15.  Though the film certainly presents a valuable message, ranting against unrealistic beauty expectations has only increased for the last 50 years.  Will we ever get a point where we can go, "OK, got the message.  Are we ready to move on now?”

Metaphysical: Learn to Read Tarot Cards, Nov 8th, $125.  Tarot cards are the vehicle, and what you get out of it is discovering your intuition, new perspectives, and a glimpse of the grand truth.  Gotta wonder - if this (or any other system) really does work, then why are not the practitioners the smartest/richest/healthiest folks around?

Organization: French-American Chamber of Commerce, working to spread the love between our two nations.  This group is mostly full of business people, Francophiles, and ex-pats yearning for the mother country.  This group provides invitations to social & cultural events, trade assistance services, and access to French officials when you need it.

Autumn In Seattle
Here's what to do:

Washington Park Arboretum.  If you don't quite have the ambition to drive up to the pass for a day hike, this is a great getaway for the city dwellers.  There are over 20,000 trees on 230 acres, and many of them are just bursting with color right now.  People probably take more pictures here than at Disneyland.

Take an Industrial Tour: There's the Qwest Field Tour, $7.  When you go to Qwest Field for a game, it's natural to wonder how the facility operates.  At this tour, they're able to take you backstage where normally only maintenance men and million-dollar jocks go.  Also, there's the Boeing Tour.  So many folks work at Boeing, paying to go see a tour of this place is a bit of a mind flip.

Enjoy a Burly Soup.  With fall weather, it's the mood to hunker down in a wool sweater with some cold weather comfort food.  Some good places to try are Pike Place Chowder,  which lives up to its reputation as a premiere chowder house; the Essential Baking Company for artisan breads; and Soup Daddy Soups for hearty sandwiches and gumbo.

Cool Video: Watch this clip on how big the universe is, and then contemplate the insignificant speck of you.

 

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What's Happening in Seattle this Week

Presentation: Not Just Ramps, Oct 23rd, free, of dramatic vignettes of how people with disabilities get through their day.  People with disabilities don’t come to top-of-mind when thinking about minority classes. Anyone of us is only one accident away from this minority status ourselves.

Lecture: Leadership and the Sexes, Oct 25th, $75, of using the best of both genders to create success in business.  They're making this one practical, since it's backed up by research and best-use practices.  It's always interesting how people decide to slice the human experience, such as by race, age, nationality, etc..  Here, gender in the workplace is their focus.

Housing: Manufactured Home Owner Forum, Oct 23rd, free.  This is a forum to learn more about property rights under the Manufactured/Mobile Home Landlord Tenant Act, as well as strategies to organize community support and leadership to manage the unique challenges faced by manufactured home owners.  If you live in one of these homes, you're probably finding out that you're coming out on the short end of respect, so go learn what your real position is.

Fashion: Macy's Passport: Fashion Cinema, Oct 23rd, $25.  Macy's takes the cat walk to the big screen.  If you can't finagle the front seat at the fashion show, this becomes the next best thing.  Since the show is simulcast in 26 cities, they're going to be pouring on the glitz and special effects.

Theater: The Drowsy Chaperone, starting Oct 29th, $22+, a delicious little fluff piece of musical theater.  You won't leave smarter, but you will leave with an aching side from laughing.  *   The Lion King returns, not until next year, but for a blockbuster show like this, you gotta buy the tickets early, when they go on sale starting on the 24th, $20+.  *  Also, God Bless America, Oct 26th, $29.  This guy takes a bunch of thrift-store-found slides of American families through the decades, mixing comedy, kitsch, and the reflection of our collective national psyche.

Getaway: Vancouver BC, apparently, we Seattleites are pretty familiar with this town during the sunny months, so now, they want to make our northern sister city the place to go during the winter.  This town is like Seattle would be, with people who are more laid back and who have more liberal social policies, which really means more fun.

Transportation: Moving Seattle Forward: A Transportation Vision, Oct 20th, free.  This is certainly a tough nut to crack, and no solution comes cheap.  Transportation visionaries also tend to espouse some Pollyanna view of the future, where we all live close to work and people are naturally willing to make big lifestyle changes.  So, go hear the views from three smart people, of how we can accommodate a growing population without clogging our streets as bad as cholesterol plaque in an artery.

Film: Lioness, Oct 25th, free, followed by a panel discussion, of the story of a group of female Army support soldiers who became the first women in American history to be sent into direct ground combat.  Then, panelists of local female veterans and VA Puget Sound Health Women's Clinic staff discuss the ramifications and lessons.

Children's: Pinocchio, starting Oct 25th, $9, the kid's classic about the growing proboscis.  You know the story - he wants to become a real boy, but the wily fox and cat stand in his way.  Now, go share this story with your kids.

Organization: Swiss Network Seattle, for those Swiss professionals who still feel the ties back to the home country.  Events take place in-person and online, for professionals, artists, and others in the academic community.

When Ignorance Is Bliss:
Actually, you are better off not knowing this...

The Creepies in Your Daily Environment: If you viewed your daily environment with a microscope, you'd become a clean freak who never leaves the house.  You've got thousands of mites living in your bed sheets right now feasting upon your flaked-off dead skin cells. There's all those yucky germs on public surfaces, or even breathing in the fecal leftovers from all of those mites (which in turn causes allergic reactions).  Don't even get started on examining public lavatories.

The Real Lyrics to that Song: A little bit of a mystery makes the song more enchanting.  When listing to Smells Like Teen Spirit, Blinded by the Light, or good ol' Louie Louie, or whatever song you can't ungarble, it's better to you use your imagination and personalize the song.

A Lady's Beauty Maintenance Routine: It takes some effort to keep up the soft skin and smelling good.  So, do you really want to watch a gal take care of her little mustache, pluck and shape the eyebrows, or put on a pair of pantyhose?  Or, as Lauren Bacall supposedly said, "Never let a man see you put on pantyhose."

 

 Cool Video: Here's the truth about cockroaches surviving radiation, from the folks at Mythbusters.

 

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