At the SIFF opening-night gala, Lynn Shelton talks about her devotion to Seattle, and Joss Whedon encourages being a fan of his. Meanwhile, on the Eastside, Luly Yang shows her collection in a magical cat condo.
Local filmmakers look to raise awareness with a documentary on Huntington’s disease.
Jinkx Monsoon spends his “Drag Race” prize money; Tom Skerritt gets met at the Celebrity Waiters Luncheon; and the flotsam of rock ’n’ roll history at the Hard Rock.
Far from their birth country in Syria, the Harouns opened Capitol Hill’s Mamnoon, a modern, cool paean to the culinary and communal traditions of the Middle East.
Stewardship Partners has a fundraiser at the house where Obama answered the phone; heartwarming tales of adoption at the Amara benefit; and “Wine, Women and Shoes” for the Seattle Children’s Home.
Amy Lang is a mom who’s determined not to shy away from an uncomfortable topic: sexuality and kids. And she’s got plenty of ideas to help parents get brave about having not just “the talk” but lots of talks.
Runners rally for Boston survivors; Eileen Fisher helps out ladies in need; and US Bank fetes a new president.
Young local filmmakers Leo Pfeifer and Chase Crittenden sit down with Nicole Brodeur to talk movies and the NFFTY film festival.
The Burke builds out; hard-won hope at the ALS Association lunch; the Soroptimists award annual scholarships to young women; and burning down a Walmart with Steve Earle.
With the governor’s race behind her, Marilyn McKenna takes to Twitter to let her own voice be heard, talking weight loss, eating right and hunky lifeguards.
Maria Semple sends up Seattle at Town Hall; local comedy show “The ” returns to the airwaves; Caroline Kennedy’s awkward “New Day Northwest” visit; and wickedly fast knitting in Bellevue.