I knew what to expect going into Reggie Watts’s Sept. 16 set on Rifflandia’s main stage. I knew, but I was still blindsided.
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Taking place in Seattle Center from Sept. 1–3 on various outdoor and indoor stages, the Bumbershoot music/comedy/arts festival really had something for everyone.
Bands will play on roof of Student Union Building this month
There’s an Internet meme floating around about McDonald’s that makes me laugh. It explains that, for a child, a visit to the golden arches is a success and a triumph, something to celebrate; dining there as an adult, on the other hand, is viewed as a failure.
With thousands of eateries in Greater Victoria, where a rich and diverse cultural melting pot never stops bubbling over, variety truly is the spice of life. In fact, our fair city holds the rather impressive distinction of hosting the second-highest number of dining establishments per capita for the entire continent — ranking just below San Francisco.
Quickly moving onto the next song, we all joined in as the female vocals in the much-overplayed-yet-still-amazing-when-you-are-experiencing-it-live single “Somebody That I Used to Know.”
Christel Bartelse returns to Victoria Fringe Festival with sequel
Based on an old Japanese folk tale, the play features the ghosts of two young women who are in love with the same man and are waiting for his return.
As an avid football fan, the NFL season opener is a day highlighted on my calendar. However, instead of watching the first game of the all-too-brief season this year, I spent it watching a different, but equally enthralling, display of athletic prowess and robot-like precision
Comedian and musician Reggie Watts is popping up everywhere these days.