Some news, notes and happenings around town…
Join Council member Mike O’Brien, Don Stark and a representative from the Mayor’s office for a panel discussion on Seattle Utility Taxes and Rates at LTD Bar & Grill on March 16th between 12 – 3pm. They’ll discuss how these taxes & rates currently affect business, where the money is spent and how these business expenses will change in the future.
If you stop by the White Rabbit, make sure you try The Looking Glass. The aqua-colored cocktail consists of blueberry Stoli, hpnotiq liqueur (a blend of fruit juices, premium vodka and cognac) and a splash of sour.
Speaking of the White Rabbit, Boise musician Marcus Eaton brings his unique blend of rock, reggae, flamenco, jazz and folk to The White Rabbit in Seattle’s Fremont District for a solo acoustic performance on Saturday, March 12th at 8 pm. For more information, visit www.marcuseaton.com.
Seattle Weekly’s Jason Sheehan scours Seattle for the best pie in town and he finds it at…Pie. “I ate well at Pie and walked away happy.”
Over at Karin Collins Studio, they’re hosting movie night on Friday (the very funny “Shaolin Soccer“) while next weekend will be the “Balancing The Heart Qijong Workshop” March 19th and 20th. Visit www.karincollins.com for more info.
Are you a bottle, sign or electrical artifact collector? Then you better head over to the Insulator/Bottle Collector’s Get Together at B.F. Day on Saturday at 10am.