Oops. You make plans with your work buddies and your oh-so-cultured girlfriend in the same night, didn’t you. It’s okay, we understand the plight of a busy social life — and how to escape unscathed.
Consider our latest Happy Hour Outing a package deal, the best of both worlds. Start with a beer — and yes, maybe some bowling — at Capitol Hill’s Garage (this week’s recommended happy hour from Lifestyle Editor Jessica Voelker).
Then, say goodnight to your work crew (don’t worry, you’ll see them tomorrow) and walk a mere six blocks to Richard Hugo House on 11th Avenue and E Olive Street, where you can meet your girlfriend next Friday, November 20, at 7.30pm for the start of the House’s much-anticipated quarterly literary series.
Poet Elizabeth Austen, actor Matt Smith, singer-songwriter Molly Rose, and novelist Benjamin Parzybok will address the theme Visiting Hours and present new, original work. Get your tickets here ($15-$25) before they run out.
For Elizabeth Austen’s poetry show on radio station KUOW click here, and click here for her blog.
See Matt Smith’s tongue-in-cheek viaduct defense here.
Sample Molly Rose’s music blog here.
Click here to read some of Benjamin Parzybok’s novel Couch.