And now this app is based off of stupid chat rooms and makes it 100 times easier to be cat-fished.Minus, read our reviews and bring back the old meow chat.Plus, stop by the Crocodile for the Back Bar Flea Market.(Belltown, free) 5. Taylor Seattle's only all-mashup dance party throws down for an all-out battle by paying tribute to two pop princesses: Britney Spears and Taylor Swift. Improv Watch two Seattle improv groups—this week, Street Trash and Dean's List—put on fresh shows ex tempore. Cold Comfort, La Fonda, Silver Ships, Hannah Yeun Cold Comfort describe themselves as, "Crafty and driving, a combination of epic ballads and bluesy rock songs." They're joined by frequent show collaborator La Fonda, Silver Ships, and Hannah Yeun. Desert of Hiatus, Nación de Humo, Raschig Process Hollow Earth hosts an evening of exploratory electronic music, with equally tranquil and abrasive intonations, erupting in danceable industrial tension.Prep thyself for all the '00s club bangers and '10s Top40 hits you could possibly handle. Desert of Hiatus from Portland headlines, with Newlywed, Nación de Humo, and Raschig Process. Exploring Tabaimo and Utsushi Celebrate the opening of Utsutsushi Utsushi, curated by acclaimed Japanese visual artist Tabaimo, with a talk by Xiaojin Wu (Curator of Japanese and Korean Art) and a conversation with the exhibit curator and artist herself. Four Lights, Buddy Jackson, Young Go Hards, Ol Doris Power-poppers Four Lights bring the late '90s overwrought irony funk to the Kraken, with Buddy Jackson, Young Go Hards, and Ol Doris. The Golden Road, Crystal Beth & The Boom Boom Band, Being John Mc Laughlin, Skerik Grateful Dead community musician tribute act The Golden Road headlines at Royal Room, with Crystal Beth & The Boom Boom Band, Being John Mc Laughlin, and a solo set from Skerik. The Gyrating Hips, The Gifted Program, Eye The Kae Burbank-based good-timers The Gyrating Hips spread funk onto rock and roll for a jammy, bluesy, groovy sound.At this point, government folks run just about neck and neck with students/former students as the largest category of my Facebook friends, and I really believe Facebook is a very easy-to-use, low-cost way to create social bonds among people who don't see each other all the time, which in the context of government can really be helpful in a world calling for more and more cross-organizational collaboration.However, I think (not sure) I have discovered a very sophisticated Facebook scam, and wanted to warn blog readers about it -- and also ask if anybody else has been hit by the same thing.
Launched this summer, Fling lets users send out a post — be it a text message, video or a photo — that is forwarded to up to 50 random other users.This app used to be so fun and was easy and simple.You could click on absolutely any profile you wanted to and send them a personal message WITHOUT having to pay them with meow coins or whatever the heck they are.They'll be joined by The Gifted Program, and Eye The Kae. Happy Hour: Swing 3PO Kevin Connor fronts a jaunty swing and ragtime-style jazz trio with Lamar Lofton and Joseph Moscorella. Jeremy Greenberg Bad news: your cat wants to break up with you.All the cats want to break up with us, and in Sorry I Slept on Your Face, they write us thoughtful letters telling us why, illustrated with cute photos.