💡 Seattle's "Queen of Neon" | ✊🏿 Black History Month | Singer will make you Weeks in the knees

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Seattle's most iconic signs designed by "Queen of Neon"

Bea Haverfield

Meet the designer behind many of Seattle's iconic neon signs like Dick's Drive-In, Ivar's Acres of Clams, and Elephant Car Wash. Bea Haverfield was relatively unknown until historian Brad Holden dug up her fascinating story for an article in The Seattle Times.

💡 Bright Ideas


Marge Levy’s second act marries her love of art & zest for life

Marge Levy

A ceramicist, arts supporter, and intrepid scuba diver, Marge Levy approaches making art and living life with a passion that is delightful and inspiring.

Art From The 💖


Celebrate Black History Month with these Seattle-area art events ✊🏿 ✊🏾

Charlie Parker's Yardbird at Seattle Opera

Clear your calendar! Baritone great Jorell Williams has four chart-topping arts events to celebrate Black History Month.

Jazz Your 📅


🎸 Art Zone music performance will make you Weeks in the knees

Randy Weeks and The Silent Treatment

Renowned country-rock singer and songwriter Randy Weeks and his talented cohorts Aaron Harmonson, Cutts Peaslee, and George Gleason perform "Can't Let Go," Randy's Grammy-nominated song made famous by Lucinda Williams. The four also perform the song "Change Your Mind." 

Sing & Sway This Way


Meet state's top attorney & the head of Washington's elections 🗳️

Bob Ferguson

Join Civic Cocktail on March 4 to hear from Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman and Attorney General Bob Ferguson. Wyman will discuss the upcoming Presidential Primary, online elections, and more. Ferguson will share what he's learned filing or signing onto 55 lawsuits against the Trump administration, bringing suit against pharmaceutical companies, and more.

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