Tomorrow’s PubliCalendar picks for political nerds:

Soulcheck Non-Denominational Religious 12-Hour Experience

Looking for a multicultural, non-denominational religious experience? Then this all-night event is for you. Different languages, and a variety of music, food, dance and art will be floating around the rooms with speakers sharing their spiritual experiences with anyone who wants to listen.

Soulcheck, Friday, August 10, 7:00 pm-7:00 am, Meydenbauer Center, 11100 NE 6th St., Bellevue

Nick Licata's Birthday Bash

Join state house speaker Frank Chopp, City Council member Nick Licata, and others to celebrate the four-term council member's birthday and support his reelection campaign.

Friday, August 10, 5:00 pm-7:00 pm, O'Asian Kitchen and Lounge 800 5th Ave. Suggested donation: $50, or "whatever you can contribute."

And don’t forget today’s PubliCalendar picks:
City Business Casual

The city’s Office of Economic Development is hosting its monthly get-together, where regular people (and entrepreneurs) can network with invaluable bureaucrats from OED and this month’s smarty-pants guests:

Marcelo Calbucci, Co-Founder & CTO, Every Move

Erin Devoto, Acting CTO, City of Seattle

Rebecca Lovell, Chief Business Officer, GeekWire

Kevin Merritt, Founder & CEO, Socrata

Sabra Schneider, Director of Electronic Communications, City of Seattle

This month’s theme: “Startup City.”

City Business Casual, Thursday, August 9, 5-7 PM, Alexis Hotel Library Bistro, 92 Madison St., Happy Hour prices on drinks. Free.

Lecture: Death, Lies, and Revenge

The dark story of Kenneth Michael Trentadue will be fleshed out this evening by Trentadue’s brother, Jesse. Trentadue was wrongly labeled as John Doe No. 2 for the Oklahoma City bombings. His family was told that he committed suicide, but a little investigating over 12 years unraveled the mystery and lies the feds used to cover up a tragic and fatal mistake about his identity.The presentation will be presented by the Post-Prison Education Program.

Jesse Trentadue, Thursday. August 9, 7:30-9 PM, Great Hall, enter on Eighth Avenue. $5 at brownpapertickets.com or 800-838-3006.


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