• Kelly O

Kelly O: "Tomorrow, I'm part of a gallery show (that features a limited edition art publication that includes over 40 Seattle artists) called BLOOD MOON at Hard L Art Gallery. Come see some a whole mess of art! Look at all these artists!"

David Schmader: "Tonight I'm watching and live-Slogging the Emmys (God and streaming capabilities willing). And on Wednesday I'm going to the Frye for the Stranger Genius in Literature showcase."

Dan Savage: "I'll be sitting at home alone on tonight and tomorrow, a Jack White widow, as Terry is going to both of White's shows at the Paramount. Terry says he'll make it up to me by taking me to see Calvary some time later in the week."

Charles Mudede: "This week doing two things: For one, tomorrow I'm joining twenty other speakers at the Northwest African American Museum for an event organized by Pecha Kucha Seattle and Seattle People of Color Salon. It's called PKN SEA vol. 56 #Ferguson and concerns racism in our age. I will also begin reading the stories of G. K. Chesterton for a class I'm going to teach at Hugo House called Writing the City. Chesterton is the true poet of London. A London before cars. A London of the feet."

Dave Segal: "With Bumbershoot looming on the horizon, I’m going to take it a bit easy this week. Wednesday I’m joining all the other aging post rockers at the Showbox to watch Slint not tarnish their legend. Thursday I’m hitting Neumos, where Dave Portner of Animal Collective is leading his latest side project, Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks—whose music actually doesn’t sound gory at all. I’m mainly going to see my DJ partner Explorateur, who’s opening the show, but don’t tell Portner that."