The Ballard High School Playmakers kick off the Ballard High School 2017-2018 Performing Arts season with the sensational theatrical experience of Mary Zimmerman’s Tony-award-winning play Metamorphoses —a 10-act play based…
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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…
Lemolo is a celebrated local indie rock band from Seattle that has played sold out shows across the United States and Europe.
Ballard producer Susan LaSalle joins forces with writer, director Michael Cross in “Second Nature,” a film exploring gender roles and politics
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.”
Special presentation of "An Inconvenient Sequel' will feature climate change panel at Admiral Theater
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
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.
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…
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…