Going All the Way– Push/Pull Gallery, 3587 Greenwood Ave N. 6-10 pm
Tonight’s Art Walk kick off features the features works in various mediums which explore variations of sexuality from soft erotica to the hardcore.
A variety of artists celebrate Hip-Hop, Funk and Soul curated by STACKEDD contributor Catherine Harris-White AKA SassyBlack.
Beating a Dead Horse, HUGO House, 1634 11th Ave, 7:30 PM HUGO House Literary Series Kicks off with writing based on the cliche “Beating a Dead Horse.” The event features novelist and reporter Dinaw Mengestu; fiction writer Alissa Nutting; and poet and Seattle native Sarah Galvin and music by The Foghorns.
Two Thangs Customizable Pop Art, Spectrum House, 5811 Airport Way S., 6 pm
Is your home or office lacking in a prints of Eazy-E salmon fishing, Jon Snow in a hot tub or Barbarella drinking from a shotski? Well, you’re in luck. Matthew Brennan takes his background in Fine Art and applies it to pop culture in this show running through Oct. 31st.
SHADE-OPULENT QUEER EMPIRE, The Highline, 210 Broadway, 9 pm
No outfit is too much (or too little) at this dance night celebrating queer culture.
Rickey, Don’t Lose Our Number! Extend your summery good vibes with our personal obsession -a coconutty variation of the classic Lime Rickey (Lime Juice, Rum, Simple Syrup, and Soda) Cocktail. Rickies make a great addition to your brunch cocktail repertoire, as they are a little sweet, a little tart and make for a refreshingly light concoction that goes down way too easy (and packs a sneaky punch). Both The Bait Shop (606 Broadway East) and St. John’s (719 East Pike Street) serve up a version so stellar they’d give Harry Nilsson a booze boner from beyond the grave.
As if Headliners YourYoungBody (who are the current local band du jour) weren’t enough, tonight’s bill also features Olympia’s Aeon Flux who sound subversions range from a capella (with titles like ‘I’m Gonna Beat The Fuck Out Of Terry Richardson’ and ‘Call Me / Don’t You Dare Fucking Call Me You Fucking Fuck’) to electronic-tinged ditties all of which live up to the animated, feminist Icon they are named after.
Macefield Monday- Your friends behind Seattle’s “locals only” festival take over Ballard tonight with DJs and the debut of the Macefield Mule-the festival’s custom cocktail available at locations all over “downtown” Ballard. Take advantage of your last chance to nab discounted passes and come on over and say “Hello!” to the STACKEDD crew at Hattie’s Hat!
If you’re a straight chick, BUY THIS SHIRT by Rebel Soul Collective to wear on your next date.