Ballard - Arts And Entertainment

Mon, 10/02/17

By Lindsay Peyton 

Things aren’t quite what they seem in “Happy, Happy, Happy . . .”

The play, directed by Ballard resident Amy Poisson, stars the two women who wrote the script – Lisa Every and Jenn…MORE

Mon, 09/18/17

Lemolo is a celebrated local indie rock band from Seattle that has played sold out shows across the United States and Europe. 


Tue, 08/29/17

Imagine a world where roles are reversed – when it comes to gender behavior and politics.

That’s what filmmaker Michael Cross did in his screenplay for “Second Nature.”


Tue, 08/08/17

The beginning of the run of An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power Al Gore’s follow up to his 2008 pivotal movie on climate change An Inconvenient Truth is Friday August 11 at the Admiral Theater.A decad


Mon, 07/10/17

In its forty-third year of attracting seafood lovers from the region, Ballard SeafoodFest had a strong showing this year and festivalgoers thronged the streets in search of salmon, crab, and a smorgasbord of sea fare.


Tue, 05/16/17

By Lindsay Peyton

Maxx Follis-Goodkind believes that the diverse talent and large amount of artists living and working in Ballard is worth celebrating.

In fact, she has created a whole new monthly event to showcase the neighborhood…MORE


Thu, 05/24/07

As an artist, Ballard's Lane Hill may be known for the shows she does three times a year, or for her oil paintings of swimmers in pools, her "trademark," if you will. But she never expected to be known for creating pigs.

In the summer of…MORE

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