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What's Happening in Seattle this Week

Heavy Music: War Requiem, Feb 10th, $25, the classic that juxtaposes parts of the Catholic mass for the dead with verses by World War I poet Wilfred Owen.  *  Also, Organ Recital Series, starting Feb 8th, $6.  The organ builders come back to the symbiotic relationship with the instrument they built to play a couple of their favorite ditties.  *  Also, Russian National Orchestra, Feb 17th, $30+, gather your comrades and hear such favorites as Isle of the Dead.

Lectures: Spillover Effect of Uninsurance, Feb 10th, donations accepted.  Everything responds to cause and effect.  Those without health insurance affect other parts of the insurance and heath care systems, such as using emergency rooms for routine care.  Learn about the scope of the problem, and possible solutions.  *  Also, A Perfect Scent, Feb 6th, $35, describes a year inside the perfume industry.  The perfume industry is like Hollywood films, where there are a zillion wanna-bes, it costs millions of dollars to market a launch, and it's only the rare mega-hits that really make any bucks.  *  Also, Where the Water Goes in Puget Sound, Feb 7th, $8, discussing the mysteries of Puget Sound's circulatory system.

Valentine's Activities: Mame, starting Feb 9th, $24+, for a good night out.  Take the story of Ms. Party Girl who has her life flipped upside down by becoming a guardian to a relative.  Then, set the story in the 1920's, and feature Luly Wang gowns.  *  Also, no surprise, Babeland has a line-up of classes this month, cost varies, including Love Letter Writing, The Big O: Unlocking Your Orgasm, and Exploring Erotic Touch.  This is proof that a smart mind is sexy.  *  Likewise, those purveyors of eroticism over at the Little Red Studio have their lineup this month, cost varies, including Sensual Repast and The Red Show. 

Cancer Related: Singles Mixer for Cancer Survivors, Feb 8th, free.  Understandably, meeting other people when you have cancer can be a challenge.  For those whose lives have blessedly not been touched by cancer, it can be difficult to understand chemotherapy routines, or the significance of breast/prostrate cancer.  So, this is chance to meet other people who share your experience.

Camping: Camp Fair, Feb 9th, free.  If you don't want your screaming kids home all day during the summer, then you gotta think ahead.  Over 70 summer camp representatives gather to showcase a plethora of camps, such as teens, wilderness adventure, sports, drama, art, science, music, and language.   Enjoy your own summer, shove that kid on the bus, and don't look back.

Nature: Camp Long Activities, various February dates, cost varies.  These are great for kids and adults wanting to learn more.  Activities include Owl Hoot, Nighttime Low Tide at the Beach, Tot Walks, Salamander Love Night, and Winter Woodland Walks.  These are all low cost and highly educational, so dollar-for-dollar, it's a great value.

Bereavement: Providence Hospice of Seattle hosts a drop-in support group on Feb 9th for those who've lost a loved one in the last three months or so.  Go gather with others who understand your pain.  The pain doesn't change, but you do learn to cope better.

Business: The First 6 Months: Psychological Challenges of a Startup, Feb 8th, $40, on the mind-trip of leaving the security of a regular paycheck to making your mortgage payment based upon your own product and sales.  *  Also, CEO Lunch Series, Feb 12th, $35, the co-CEO of California Pizza discusses how he gave up his law career to make and sell pizzas - go figure.  *  Also, Commercial Real Estate Deals of the Year & Market Forecast, Feb 5th, $60, of who made the right bets last year, and what this year likely has in store for us.

Volunteering: City Year Open House, Feb 6th, free.  These folks ask for one year of your effort, and in return, help you volunteer smartly, so your efforts have the type of positive impact you intend.

Organization: Seattle Uncorked.  This is a brand-spankin’ new wine club that'll take off.  First, it has one of Seattle's top-five sommeliers backing it up.  Second, it's formatted to make sure it sticks to its roots as a wine club with social events.  Wine clubs seem to morph into a marketing mechanism for some no-name but worthy wine-maker to sell their wines.  For this club, the focus stays tuned on the social.  *  Also, as long as we're on a wine thread, quickly, the French-American Chamber of Commerce of the Pacific Northwest hosts a French Wine World Tour on Feb 12th, $20.

Less is More.
If you don't have the resources you'd like, then here's how to convert to a lemonade-from-lemons scenario.

Less Money.  When you don't have enough money, then you really start to appreciate the few bucks that you do have.  The few bucks are spent with great efficiency, so when the money does start to roll in later, it's not wasted.  Think of those millionaire-next-door types that live an unassuming life, drive an eight-year- old Honda Accord, and retire before age 50.  

Less Space.  There seems to be a law of equilibrium, that peoples’s crap tends to fill up the available space.  Anybody who's packed for travel with limited suitcase space learns the value of prioritizing.  When you have too much space, then slop creeps in.

Less Time.  Everybody needs more time, yet we all obey the same clock. When you have less time, at least it motivates action and prevents procrastination.  Then, there's that entire creativity-under-deadlines that's stirred.

Less Control.  This means finding other ways of expression under the current rule set.  Think of that famous Seinfeld episode about onanism where they couldn't mention the m-word.  Hence, "queen of your castle" and "master of your domain" are phrases still active in current lexicon.

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What's Happening in Seattle this Week

Because You Can: Japanese Biodiesel Car Demo, Feb 16th, free.  You can see how this car operates and donate some cooking oil to help this car travel along its world tour.  Also, Puppy Love, Feb 13th, free but must RSVP.  Dogs and their owners hang out together for a evening at the W Hotel.  You drink the martinis while single dogs get to know each other.  *  Also, Clif Bar Chilly Hilly, Feb 24th, $27, just what a person goes for in a bike ride - cold weather and 2600+ feet of hill climbing.

Lectures: Biblical Archeology and the Media: Why It Matters, Feb 13th, free but must RSVP, on the cast-offs God left behind in the context of the media's portrayal.  *  Also, With God on Our Side, Feb 16th, $5, of one man's view of how fundamentalist Christians are indoctrinating soldiers in the US Military.  *  Also, Reflections on Japan in Transition - Domestic, Regional & Global, Feb 15th, $30, on how those four little islands affect the world, and how the world affects them.  *  Also, Heroes Without Holidays, Feb 13th, free, on some of the B-level civil rights leaders who made worthy contributions, but are not household names.  *  Also, New Ways to Ease the Pain, Symptoms and Stress of Serious Illness, Feb 21, free but must RSVP, on improving care to the sick and dying.

Astronomy: Total Lunar Eclipse viewing, Feb 20th, free.  The evens happens in the early evening, so you don't need to stay up late to see the obscured moon.  Plenty of nice volunteers are on hand, and they even provide the telescopes.  If you've never seen a lunar eclipse, then it's worth the effort to make this one. 

Women's Interest: Women of Wisdom, Feb 15-18th, $40+, a touchy-feely workshop on empowering women's spirits and dreams.  Go for your fill of positive energy.  *  Also, The Vagina Monologues, Feb 24th, $36.  Gads, this has got to be the biggest cootie-fest in town.  The female experience is explored along all its dimensions, of humor, pain, wisdom, outrage, and a few others you probably didn't know that you had.  *  Also, Dance Party, Feb 24th, $5, a come-as-you-are dance work out, minus the leering guys dry humping you on the dance floor.

Men's Interest: Astute Gentleman, Feb 25th, $500, a session of classes, on polishing both your looks and your manners.  If you missed charm school when you were a kid, here's the make up.  There's a reason why those James Bond types get the swoons.

Family: Popsicle Bridge Contest, Feb 16th, free with regular museum admission.  The kid gets a batch of popsicle sticks and white glue with the challenge to hold as much weight as possible.  Bridges are tested in a hydraulic press, and when they snap, the popsicle sticks go bursting everywhere.  You'll be saving the popsicle sticks from your Fudgiscles after this.

Intelligence: Mensa Test, Feb 16th, $40.  Go for it smarty pants, and see if you've become smarter or stupider.  This group is for the top 2% most intelligent of the population.  Discover exactly how much mental horsepower you have in that brain of yours.

Collectables: Coleman Group, Feb 16th, free.  Here's more proof that there's a group for collecting just about everything.  Over a hundred vintage Coleman stoves and lanterns are on display.  Bring a tent to pitch and some hot dogs to cook, and you're in business.

Valentines Day: Fly and Dine, $184/couple.  You get a 20- minute tour of Seattle from the air, and then dinner for two at McCormick & Schmick's.  Ask them to do a flyby of the Space Needle.  *  Also, the Underground Tour is running a Valentine's package, $85/couple.  Learn about the seedy side of love in old Seattle, and then return for a three-course dinner.  * Also, Spanish Harlem Orchestra is doing a dinner and dance on the 14th, $65/person.  You know how that music can really get the blood flowing.

Organizations: Seattle Poker Open, of playing big stakes with little stakes.  This is a learning league for those who think they've got the chops to get into the big money, but want to test the waters first before risking the bucks.  Play poker with others just as serious about the game as you are.

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Forget the crunches and gimmicks.  For guys who want a flat stomach, the best lessons come from the girls:

Belly Dancing.  What's not to like about this?  You get great stomach muscles, better posture, and a more limber back.  Women's hips are built better for side-to-side movement, while men's hips are better for forward and back movements.  As a bonus, belly dancers have this cool sword dance, where you getta swing a big sword around.  Now, go undulate your way to a flatter stomach.

Hula Hooping.  This is a low cost, low impact activity, and it also increases coordination.  Using a hula hoop really builds up the core, so you have great balance and better flexibility.  Most newbies can get a rhythm going with 20 minutes of practice.  Also, the Chat With Women ladies just did a radio segment (Jan 28th) on losing weight by hula hooping.

Pole Dancing.  The pool has migrated from strippers, to bedroom thrills, to girl exercise, and now, it's moved on to the guys.  Pole dancing increases upper body strength by using the body as resistance, while toning the entire body.  Of course, you'll spice up your love life, and you'll be a hit at the next party.

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