Maine Lobster Festival has a feast unlike anywhere else

If you love lobster, don't miss the Maine Lobster Festival Thursday-Sunday, July 31-August 4, at Harbor Park in Rockland. Come to the food tent overlooking Penobscot Bay for a dinner of fresh lobster served with butter. It's the most delicious, messy way to enjoy a pleasant evening on the water, because as lobster-eating pros know, … Continue reading Maine Lobster Festival has a feast unlike anywhere else

The Country Cat’s Stark location closing August 4

Portlanders received sad news on The Country Cat's Facebook page yesterday when they saw an announcement that the Stark Street location is closing on Sunday, August 4, after brunch. The announcement didn't disclose any reasons for the closure. This popular Southern style restaurant best known for its brunches opened in 2007 and has received many … Continue reading The Country Cat’s Stark location closing August 4

Concerts in the Park series starts tomorrow in Camas

Featured image: Crown Park in Camas, Washington (photo credit: City of Camas Parks and Recreation) The 2019 series of Concerts in the Park, sponsored by Camas Parks and Recreation, starts tomorrow night and continues through mid-August. Four local artists will perform music ranging from blues to rock violin. My Happy Pill on stage at Concerts … Continue reading Concerts in the Park series starts tomorrow in Camas

6 to Sunset Concert Series celebrates 20th anniversary in Vancouver, WA

This year marks the 20th year of the City of Vancouver, Washington, hosting free summer concerts at Esther Short Park. This year's 6 to Sunset Concert Series is scheduled on six Thursday evenings in July and August. Each concert lasts two hours and starts at 6 p.m. Enjoy dinner from the food vendors and beverages … Continue reading 6 to Sunset Concert Series celebrates 20th anniversary in Vancouver, WA

Jazz in the Valley in Ellensburg features a variety of music

Jazz in the Valley might have "jazz" in its name, but this three-day festival on the last weekend in downtown Ellensburg, Washington, features more than jazz. You can listen to blues, swing, funk, soul, Latin, rock, and gospel music. This year's festival features 28 concerts in eight venues Friday-Sunday, July 26-28. The performances run 8 … Continue reading Jazz in the Valley in Ellensburg features a variety of music

Seattle Chamber Music Society’s Summer Music Festival underway

Featured image by Rebecca Jasso from Pixabay The 2019 Summer Music Festival by the Seattle Chamber Music Society features well-known masterpieces and lesser-known gems spanning four centuries. The festival runs July 1-27, and concerts are on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 8 p.m. in the Nordstrom Recital Hall at Benroya Hall, 200 University Street in … Continue reading Seattle Chamber Music Society’s Summer Music Festival underway

New single-screen movie theater opens in Seattle’s Columbia City neighborhood

Featured image by CeruleanSon from Pixabay I don't have a lot of information about this one, because I heard about it today. The Stranger reports that The Beacon Cinema, a single-screen movie theater showing "an eclectic, curated selection of both new and old, avant-garde and mainstream films," opened today at 4405 Rainier Avenue South in … Continue reading New single-screen movie theater opens in Seattle’s Columbia City neighborhood