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ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW: Since 1987, Seattle Arts & Lectures (SAL) has cultivated transformative experiences through story and language with readers and writers of all generations. SAL fulfills its mission through educational, public, and community programming, in person and online. Our public literary events bring the most talented and thought-provoking writers of our times to local stages. Our youth programs include Writers in the Schools (WITS) and the Seattle Youth Poet Laureate (YPL) pr...
Tags: Art, Jobs, Liz, Board, Sal, Employee Assistance Program, Seattle Arts Lectures, Seattle Arts Lectures SAL, Seattle Youth Poet Laureate YPL, Board Development and Fundraising Event Committees


Exclusive: Watch 'What Could Be Better' From Liz Callaway and Seth Rudetsky LIVE; Now Available On Demand!

Liz Callaway's performance as part of TheSethConcertSeries, re-airs today at 3 PM ET and is now available On Demand. Watch Liz and Seth duet on'What Could Be Better' from Baby in this exclusive clip [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Baby, Liz, Seth, Seth Rudetsky, Liz Callaway, BWW News Desk


Video Flashback: Liz Callaway and Ann Hampton Callaway Sing Carole King's 'You've Got a Friend'

Liz and her sister, Ann Hampton Callaway sing Carole King's 'You've Got a Friend' in the New York premiere of 'Broadway with the Callaways' [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: New York, Theatre, Broadway, Liz, Carole King, Liz Callaway, Stage Tube, Ann Hampton Callaway


Designer Profile: Claudio Bellini

Designer Claudio Bellini once said that his dream is to take flight in a glider and then a spaceship, echoing LeCorbusier’s insight: “Flying has given us the bird’s eye view, an invaluable vantage point.” Bellini has always inhabited this privileged perch—hence, his reputation as an exacting tactician with penetrating insights into materials science. He also exemplifies the objective detachment needed to devise products for the right place and time. Axy Table for MDF Italia A nice pla...
Tags: Books, Milan, Architecture, Lighting, Interior Design, Zanzibar, Liz, Vitra, Steelcase, NATUZZI, Bellini, Office Furniture, TW, Designer Profile, Italian Design, Walter Knoll


VIDEO: Watch Liz and Ann Hampton Callaway Give 'Lullaby of Broadway' a HAMILTON Twist!

The Tony Award-nominated Callaway Sisters are back by popular demand at Feinstein's54 Below with their new showBroadway the Calla-way Serving up a feast this Thanksgiving week through November 30,Liz and Ann Hampton Callawayraise the roof with showstoppers by Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, Jerry Herman, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Marvin Hamlisch, Stephen Schwartz, Kander Ebb, and more. [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Liz, Feinstein, Stage Tube, Ann Hampton Callaway Give Lullaby, Ann Hampton Callawayraise


Gagosian Gallery to Offer Works by Cindy Sherman and Catherine Opie as Jewelry

Gagosian Gallery is offering a selection of works by Cindy Sherman and Catherine Opie as series of signet rings and brooches. “The project aligns a strong sense of tradition with the present through a unique, artisan sensibility,” says designer Liz Swig. “The beauty of the objects is powerful, but so is the meaning behind this project—a strong respect […]
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Cindy Sherman, Liz, Minipost, Gagosian Gallery, Catherine Opie


Judging By Their Cover: 7 Books We Haven't Read But Wish We Owned

Judging By Their Cover: 7 Books We Haven't Read But Wish We Owned Brett Aug 03, 2018 I like a good book. But I love a good book cover. Whether it's a best seller, new arrival, or totally obscure, we're compiling a list of cover art that makes us want to turn our office into a library. Here's 7 for this week.  Goodbye, Vitamin: A Novel by Rachel Khong Description: Freshly disengaged from her fiancé and feeling that life has not turned out quite the...
Tags: Amazon, Design, Greece, France, Peter Matthiessen, Lewis Hyde, John Green, Liz, Nadia, Marcus, Ruth, Reed, Brett, George Saunders, Christopher, Saeed


Elizabeth Strout's Favorite 'Guilty Pleasure' Book Is War And Peace

The author, who just won The Story Prize for her Anything Is Possible, says, "The first time I read it, I was on vacation with my in-laws and sitting by the pool one of them said: 'Liz, that’s so pretentious, can’t you cover that up?' I almost died. So now I read it furtively in […]
Tags: Art, Elizabeth Strout, Words, Liz, 03.02.18


A bike bell for the mountains

There’s no reason why a regular city bike should be used on mountain trails. It just isn’t built to handle those conditions. So why do we assume a city bike bell would work on a mountain bike? It doesn’t, say founders of Timber bell, Chris and Liz Lacy. Mountain Bike bells are used (sparingly) to let fellow riders and hikers know that you’re passing by. The City bike bells are shrill, disturbing, and need to be rung periodically, while trying to control your bike on rough terrain. Most bikers ...
Tags: Deals, Design, Outdoor, Bicycle, Chris, Product Design, Liz, Timber, Fitness/Sports, Chris Lacy, Liz Lacy, Mountain Bike Bell, Chris Lacy Liz Lacy


Side Hustle: Working Mom Puts Laser Cut Jewelry To Work For Her

Insights From Etsy Seller Cottage On The Cliff On Being A Maker, Channeling Creativity & Growing A Small Business Liz Ulbin is like many makers out there. In fact, if you’re a working mom and into jewelry, she may be just like you. By day, Liz helps small businesses succeed through her work as an email developer for Waltham, Massachusetts-based Constant Contact. By nights and weekends, she works on her own small business success as a jewelry designer for her company Cottage On The Cliff. The po...
Tags: Jewelry, Design, Etsy, Liz, Waltham Massachusetts, Business Tips For Makers, Maker Success Stories, Liz Ulbin


Art Review: Across New York, a Summertime Tour of Public Art

Public spaces in the city are filled with sculpture and other artworks that reward the attentive viewer. Here’s one critic’s summertime tour.
Tags: Art, News, Liz, Jeff, Leigh, Marilyn, Glynn, Koons, Sheila, Josiah, Minter, Hicks, Newkirk, Public Art Fund, Studio Museum in Harlem, Parks and Other Recreation Areas


BWW Interview: Broadway's Liz Callaway Talks Concert Tour, Anastasia & More!

Broadway's Liz Callaway recently returned home to her native Chicago to perform her concert 'Broadway and Beyond' at the Metropolis Performing Arts Center. BWW's Kevin Pollack sat down with Liz to talk about her career, family and more Listen to the interview here [Author: Kevin Pollack]
Tags: Theatre, Chicago, Broadway, Liz, Kevin Pollack, Liz Callaway


Meet The World’s Oldest Cat: Nutmeg The Grumpy Tabby Who Is Going Strong At 31-Years-Old

This tabby kitty just celebrated his 31st birthday, which makes him 141 in human years. The cat’s name is Nutmeg, and his owners took him in back in 1990. Last year Nutmeg suffered a stroke, but now he’s stronger and better than ever. h/t: express The average lifespan of a cat is about 15 years. However Nutmeg’s owners Liz and Ian Finlay say the secret to their cat’s long life is being spoilt rotten. The couple, from Blaydon, Tyne and Wear, confess to regularly feeding him treats including t...
Tags: Design, Animals, Nutmeg, Liz, Ian


The Maxamoo Podcast Reviews the 2016 NY International Fringe Festival

Lindsay, Jose and Liz sampled the 200 offerings at the 2016 New York International Fringe Festival and we enjoyed it This year's festival played host to nearly 200 shows ranging in style from the weird and wacky one-person shows to sincere musicals and dramas. Fringe NYC ran from August 12-28, 2016 at 16 venues across lower Manhattan and Central Park. [Author: Maxamoo]
Tags: Theatre, Manhattan, Central Park, Liz


Maxamoo Theatre Podcast Releases MEN ON BOATS Special Episode

We were compelled to discuss Men on Boats written by Jaclyn Backhaus and directed by Will Davis at Playwrights Horizons because we loved it and because the audience's bizarre reaction at the performance Liz attended demanded a response. This is a mini-episode appreciating the brilliant creators and performers behind Men on Boats. Spoiler alert There are no men and there are no boats [Author: Maxamoo]
Tags: Theatre, Playwrights Horizons, Liz, Will Davis, Jaclyn Backhaus


Century-old boat transformed into a tiny solar-powered floating home

Originally built to break through iced-over canals and provide safe passage to working boats, Liz dates back to 1908 and was found in the waterways of the former coal mining regions in Northern England. The boat started as an empty shell and was overhauled to create a contemporary and comfortable interior that looks surprisingly more spacious than its 18-square-meter footprint lets on. Monterzino creates this illusion of spaciousness by maximizing natural light, painting the wall white, and cr...
Tags: Design, London, Boat, Architecture, Gallery, Amsterdam, Housing Crisis, Northern England, Icebreaker, Carousel Showcase, Tiny Homes, Tiny House, Green Renovation, Liz, Affordable Housing, Adaptive Reuse


Century-old boat is transformed into a tiny solar-powered floating home

Originally built to break through iced-over canals and provide safe passage to working boats, Liz dates back to 1908 and was found in the waterways of the former coal mining regions in Northern England. The boat started as an empty shell and was overhauled to create a contemporary and comfortable interior that looks surprisingly more spacious than its 18-square-meter footprint lets on. Monterzino creates this illusion of spaciousness by maximizing natural light, painting the wall white, and cr...
Tags: Design, London, Boat, Architecture, Gallery, Amsterdam, Housing Crisis, Northern England, Icebreaker, Carousel Showcase, Tiny Homes, Tiny House, Green Renovation, Liz, Affordable Housing, Adaptive Reuse


VIDEO: Sibling Stars Liz and Ann Hampton Callaway Duet WICKED's 'For Good'

One's a jazz baby, the other's a Broadway baby, but when these sisters harmonize, it's a beautiful blend. [Author: Michael Dale]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Liz, Michael Dale, Ann Hampton Callaway


Basement Bathroom Addition

My brother Nate and my sister-in-law Liz just finished remodeling a house, you’ll recall their kitchen makeover I featured last month. With they purchased their home it came this space that is much like a basement, it does have a door that leads to the backyard but other than that there are no windows. They envisioned closing up the ceiling and adding a media/guest room down here and also a bathroom and just last week they finished the bathroom space. I shopped with Liz at Floor & Decor last yea...
Tags: Home Improvement, Interior Design, Liz, Bathrooms, Wayfair, Grohe, Nate, Bathroom Makeover, Bianca Carrara, Simpli Home Paige Single Vanity


Not in Buffalo: Getting Hands-on with Traditional Weaving

After our great experience last year with my friend in a different part of Guatemala, we decided to go to Antigua to explore more Mayan culture and, of course, some Spanish colonial history.For a hands-on activity, the kids wanted to take a weaving class.  They took one last year, but wanted another.  This one was a little different because they made a smaller item, but followed the whole process start to finish helping the teachers place the threads on the looms before they got to take over t...
Tags: Art, Guatemala, Social Studies, Antigua, Liz, City Homeschooling


Expanding our Horizons in Guatemala Meets Escaping Buffalo in January

Several months ago, at the age of 34, I got my very first passport.  I was always nervous to travel abroad.  I am sure part of it was the propaganda about traveling to certain places.  However, most of the time I think I was intimidated by new languages, international paperwork, and flying. I had a terrible time with Spanish in college and only received some sort of a B (don't remember the exact grade) due to a student teacher who was afraid to look bad.  I hate flying, not because I am afraid a...
Tags: Travel, Art, Weather, Math, England, Science, London, Church, Britain, Physical Education, Guatemala, Swimming, Geography, Socialization, Social Studies, Public Transportation


Where Raising Independent Kids Meets Modern Mothering Guilt

A better title to this might be the "The Benefits of Parenting with a Chronic Illness" or "The Huge Risks of Parenting with a Chronic Illness" depending on your point of view.  My fibromyalgia causes me to have much less energy than most people.  Fortunately, pain is not my worst symptom - fatigue is - which means that I can do the things that most people do, but far less of it.  I have fewer good, up hours than most people.  I end up hitting the couch earlier than most people need to crash so t...
Tags: Art, Character, Dad, Homeschooling, Liz, Educational Philosophy, Carmella



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