Arts Section

Learn about Latinos in Highline at SeaTac City Hall

Learn about Latinos in Highline at SeaTac City Hall

The Highline Historical Society’s ‘Latinos in Highline’ exhibit opened recently at SeaTac City Hall, located at 4800 S. 188th Street. This exhibit is more than a simple re-telling... [Read more]

Council urged to keep CARES; told ways city is improving public communications

Council urged to keep CARES; told ways city is improving public communications

By Jack Mayne Despite a plethora of letters and pressure, the Burien City Council said nothing Monday night on when it will make a decision of extending the CARES animal contract or shifting to King County... [Read more]

LETTER: Some Highline Schools students will be missing from B-Town Beat event

LETTER: Some Highline Schools students will be missing from B-Town Beat event

[EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is a Letter to the Editor, written by a Reader. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The B-Town Blog nor its staff:] “Artwork and performances by amazing... [Read more]

Meet pioneering glass Artist Michael Dupille this Friday at Burien Arts Gallery

Meet pioneering glass Artist Michael Dupille this Friday at Burien Arts Gallery

Grand Moule by Michael Dupille Meet pioneering glass artist Michael Dupille at an Artist’s Reception this Friday, May 6, from 5-8 p.m. at the Burien Arts Gallery, located at 826 SW 152nd Street in... [Read more]

REMINDER: Student Music & Art featured at B-Town Beat this Thursday

REMINDER: Student Music & Art featured at B-Town Beat this Thursday

Help celebrate Student Art Month at May’s B-Town Beat, which is partnering with Highline Public Schools and Burien Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services for a Student Music and Art Walk this... [Read more]

Sponsored Post ChoralSounds ‘Heart of Our Song: The Musical Roots of Americana’ is May 14-15

ChoralSounds ‘Heart of Our Song: The Musical Roots of Americana’ is May 14-15

ChoralSounds Northwest will be celebrating Americana Roots music with ‘Heart of Our Song: The Musical Roots of Americana’ at a special concert at the Highline Performing Arts Center on Saturday,... [Read more]

REMINDER: Washington Filmworks at Film Office Happy Hour Tuesday

REMINDER: Washington Filmworks at Film Office Happy Hour Tuesday

REMINDER: The next Burien Film Office Happy Hour is this TUESDAY night, from 5:30 – 7 p.m. at the Tin Room Bar & Theater, and will include a special presentation by Washington Filmworks Executive... [Read more]

PHOTOS BY ISABEL: Highline Schools Foundation delivers its Project PROMise

PHOTOS BY ISABEL: Highline Schools Foundation delivers its Project PROMise

[EDITOR’S NOTE: Back with more great work is our youngest-ever Contributor – 11-year old Isabel Herbruger – who has earned a Girl Scout badge in Journalism, and is also developing her skills for... [Read more]

PODCAST: Huge drug bust, local weather forecast, Jack Mayne Commentary…

PODCAST: Huge drug bust, local weather forecast, Jack Mayne Commentary…

Here’s episode #49 of our SoKing News Podcast Weekly Recap, which is sponsored by a generous grant from J-Lab’s Encore Media Entrepreneurs program, supported with funding from the Ethics... [Read more]

Mandala Workshop will be at Burien Arts Gallery Saturday, May 7

Mandala Workshop will be at Burien Arts Gallery Saturday, May 7

A Mandala Workshop taught by Shannan Folino will be held on Saturday May 7 at the Burien Arts Gallery. People have been creating Mandalas for centuries. They are an internal and personal response to the... [Read more]

Local residents’ first feature-length film ‘Paralytic’ will premiere at SIFF

Local residents’ first feature-length film ‘Paralytic’ will premiere at SIFF

Local residents David S. Hogan and wife Angela DiMarco have just produced their first feature-length film, called ‘Paralytic’ – take a look: The film will premiere at the 2016 Seattle... [Read more]

First-ever ‘Tinship’ scholarship awarded to Osmat Shamdeen of Mt. Rainier High

First-ever ‘Tinship’ scholarship awarded to Osmat Shamdeen of Mt. Rainier High

The first-ever ‘Tinship’ – a $6,000 scholarship funded by Burien’s Tin Room Bar & Theater – was recently awarded to Osmat Shamdeen, a senior at Mount Rainier High School: The... [Read more]

Burien Arts hosting Open House this Sunday, May 1

Burien Arts hosting Open House this Sunday, May 1

New to Burien and want to feel more connected to your new home? A long-time resident desiring to get more involved in your community? Maybe advancing the Arts in Burien and the Greater Highline area could... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Mother’s Day blooms bright at Advertiser Iris & Peony Floral and Home

Mother’s Day blooms bright at Advertiser Iris & Peony Floral and Home

Hanging Baskets are in! Get them while they last! Good advice from the Iris & Peony Facebook page highlights hanging baskets to delight Mom on her special day. Brimming baskets of Fuschias or Petunias... [Read more]

REMINDER: Northwest Symphony Orchestra’s season finale is this Saturday

REMINDER: Northwest Symphony Orchestra’s season finale is this Saturday

REMINDER: Northwest Symphony Orchestra will conclude its Season with a performance this Saturday, April 30, starting at 8 p.m. at the Highline Performing Arts Center in Burien. The program will feature... [Read more]

Hi-Liners’ ‘The Magic Treehouse: The Knight at Dawn KIDS’ opens Friday

Hi-Liners’ ‘The Magic Treehouse: The Knight at Dawn KIDS’ opens Friday

The Hi-Liners Musical Theatre will be presenting ‘The Magic Treehouse: The Knight at Dawn KIDS’ at the Renton Civic Theatre the weekends of April 29, 30, May 1, and May 6 and 7. What would... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Celebrate Independent Bookstore Day with Advertiser Page 2 Books Saturday

Celebrate Independent Bookstore Day with Advertiser Page 2 Books Saturday

Celebrate Independent Bookstore Day with Advertiser Page 2 Books this Saturday, April 30, from 10 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.! “To celebrate our wonderful customers we will be having a storewide sale with... [Read more]

Orchestra of Flight holding dinner and fundraising concert on Sunday, May 15

Orchestra of Flight holding dinner and fundraising concert on Sunday, May 15

The Orchestra of Flight – a community orchestra based in White Center – will hold its annual fundraising event at Mt. View Presbyterian Church in White Center on Sunday, May 15, 2016, at 5 p.m.... [Read more]

PHOTOS BY ISABEL: Highline Pirates tennis, soccer, baseball & track

PHOTOS BY ISABEL: Highline Pirates tennis, soccer, baseball & track

[EDITOR’S NOTE: Back with more great work is our youngest-ever Contributor – 11-year old Isabel Herbruger – who has earned a Girl Scout badge in Journalism, and is also developing her skills for... [Read more]

Amy Lillard of Washington Filmworks to present at Film Office Happy Hour May 3

Amy Lillard of Washington Filmworks to present at Film Office Happy Hour May 3

The next Burien Film Office Happy Hour – to be held at the Tin Room Bar & Theater on Tuesday night, May 3 – will include a special presentation by Washington Filmworks Executive Director Amy... [Read more]

PODCAST: Bad guy with loaded gun on bike busted; Jack Mayne Commentary…

PODCAST: Bad guy with loaded gun on bike busted; Jack Mayne Commentary…

Here’s episode #48 of our SoKing News Podcast Weekly Recap, which is sponsored by a generous grant from J-Lab’s Encore Media Entrepreneurs program, supported with funding from the Ethics... [Read more]

COUPON: Last 2 weekends to get $5 Off Burien Actors Theatre’s <i>The Letters</i>

COUPON: Last 2 weekends to get $5 Off Burien Actors Theatre’s The Letters

There are just six performances of Burien Actors Theatre’s ‘The Letters’ (read our full review here) left over the next two weekends: Friday, April 22 at 8 p.m. Saturday, April 23 at... [Read more]

Sponsored Post Woodcarvers will be featured at April 28 Normandy Park Art Gallery Reception

Woodcarvers will be featured at April 28 Normandy Park Art Gallery Reception

This month’s Champagne Reception at Normandy Park Art Gallery will launch an all-new exhibit, including works from Artist United artists Tracy LeMoine, Marta Crestwell, Loraine Stowe, Renee Klaus and... [Read more]