Arts Section

Come support Hi-Liners at their Spring Bookfair Fundraiser Sun., April 22

Come support Hi-Liners at their Spring Bookfair Fundraiser Sun., April 22

Come support Burien’s Hi-Liners during their Spring Bookfair Fundraiser this coming Sunday, April 22 at Barnes & Noble in Tukwila. “Join us as we count down to our spring production of... [Read more]

‘Taste of Burien’ winners announced

‘Taste of Burien’ winners announced

Discover Burien’s ‘Taste of Burien’ event – formerly known as ‘Burien Bites’ – was held at Merrill Gardens last Thursday, April 12, 2018. At this annual event, local restaurants offered... [Read more]

PHOTOS: Rain can be very beautiful

PHOTOS: Rain can be very beautiful

Courtesy Elston Hill comes these great photos he took Sunday morning (April 15) in his front yard after going for a walk. “Lots to enjoy now that spring is here. Be sure you are one of the many... [Read more]

Religion, guns, social media mix with politics in BAT’s dramedy ‘Church & State’

Religion, guns, social media mix with politics in BAT’s dramedy ‘Church & State’

Burien Actors Theater’s (“BAT”) production of the comedy-drama Church & State – which runs April 27 to May 20 – is a look at what can happen when religion, guns and social media mix it... [Read more]

PHOTOS: Orca whales frolic off Burien’s Three Tree Point

PHOTOS: Orca whales frolic off Burien’s Three Tree Point

Courtesy Elston Hill comes these great photos of Orca whales frolicking off Burien’s Three Tree Point on Tuesday, April 10. “About 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon. Must be transients. They... [Read more]

The next ‘Pitch Pit’ Screenwriting Competition will be this Friday, April 13

The next ‘Pitch Pit’ Screenwriting Competition will be this Friday, April 13

The next “Pitch Pit” Screenwriting Competition will be this Friday, April 13, from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at Create!, located at 216 W. Gowe Street in the Kent Arts District. Here’s how it... [Read more]

City of Burien hosting new Art Exhibits in downtown Burien through June

City of Burien hosting new Art Exhibits in downtown Burien through June

The City of Burien– in partnership with The Maverick Apartments and Merrill Gardens Senior Living at Burien – are currently presenting the works of Kathleen Skeels and Roxanne G. Fawcett until the... [Read more]

SAVE THE DATE: Moshier Spring Pottery Sale will be Saturday, May 5

SAVE THE DATE: Moshier Spring Pottery Sale will be Saturday, May 5

Twice a year the potters at the Moshier Community Art Center gather to sell their handmade wares, with the next event set for Saturday, May 5. Come to this amazing sale to find hundreds of items such... [Read more]

PHOTOS: Bees & Cherry Blossoms at Burien Town Square Park

PHOTOS: Bees & Cherry Blossoms at Burien Town Square Park

Courtesy Photographer Aaron Wells comes these great photos of bees and cherry blossoms taken on Friday, April 6 at Burien Town Square Park: Click images to view larger versions/slideshow: A Cherry Blossom... [Read more]

PHOTOS: Highline High Pirates baseball team is loaded with Seniors this year

PHOTOS: Highline High Pirates baseball team is loaded with Seniors this year

The Highline Pirates Baseball team is loaded with Seniors this year! They are currently 7-1 in conference play, losing a close game to River Ridge on Monday before coming back to beat them in the last... [Read more]

Roadside Attraction Big Band Jazz will perform at Highline High School April 17

Roadside Attraction Big Band Jazz will perform at Highline High School April 17

Roadside Attraction Big Band Jazz – with Highline High School’s Band Director, Scott Babcock – will be putting on a FREE concert Tuesday, April 17 at Highline High School Cafeteria, from 7:30 9... [Read more]

PHOTOS: It was a cool and misty night at the 2018 Burien UFO Festival

PHOTOS: It was a cool and misty night at the 2018 Burien UFO Festival

Story & Photos by Julie Newcombe It was a cool and misty night — fewer sightings (and photos due to rain) than BUFO 2016, but that didn’t put a damper on the festivities — alien life forms,... [Read more]

PHOTOS: Drizzle, fog and calm waters make for great photos

PHOTOS: Drizzle, fog and calm waters make for great photos

The drizzle, fog, and very calm waters continue – although expect a change with big winds on Saturday – providing a great backdrop to Elston Hill, who shot these great photos from and in Burien recently. Click... [Read more]

CALL FOR ARTISTS: Burien Arts-A-Glow Lantern Festival seeking Artists

CALL FOR ARTISTS: Burien Arts-A-Glow Lantern Festival seeking Artists

CALL FOR ARTISTS: Burien Arts-A-Glow Lantern Festival & Procession is seeking Artists: WHERE: Dottie Harper Park, Burien, WA WHEN: September 8, 2018, 5– 10 p.m. INFO: www.burienwa.gov/GLOW DEADLINE... [Read more]

Auditions for Hi-Liners ‘The Lion King, Jr.’ will be Saturday, April 14

Auditions for Hi-Liners ‘The Lion King, Jr.’ will be Saturday, April 14

Are you between the ages of 7-15? Enjoy singing and dancing? Register for the Hi-Liners no-tears workshop style audition on Saturday, April 14! Be a part of The Hi-Liners Summer 2018 show, Disney’s... [Read more]

Got your tix yet? Burien UFO Festival is this THURSDAY in Olde Burien!

Got your tix yet? Burien UFO Festival is this THURSDAY in Olde Burien!

Got your tickets yet? The Burien UFO Festival is returning this THURSDAY, APRIL 5 after a one-year abduction… SPEAKERS ARE NEW THIS YEAR! Expert guest speakers and authors will give live UFO-related... [Read more]

Local Cure tribute band ‘The Lovecats’ will rock Burien UFO Fest April 5

Local Cure tribute band ‘The Lovecats’ will rock Burien UFO Fest April 5

Local Cure tribute band ‘The Lovecats’ will be headlining the Burien UFO Festival Block Party on Thursday, April 5, starting at 8:30 p.m. This will be an all-ages, FREE concert in the heart... [Read more]

Burien Actors Theatre’s Script Club will meet April 19 at Merrill Gardens

Burien Actors Theatre’s Script Club will meet April 19 at Merrill Gardens

Burien Actors Theatre’s Script Club will next meet at Merrill Gardens on Thursday, April 19, 2018, at 1:30 p.m. This is a FREE event, and everyone is invited! This month BAT’s Script Club will be... [Read more]

SilverSounds Northwest will celebrate ‘Time of Your Life’ through song April 15

SilverSounds Northwest will celebrate ‘Time of Your Life’ through song April 15

SilverSounds Northwest will put their best foot forward to celebrate ‘The Time of Your Life’ at 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 15, 2018 at the Highline Performing Arts Center in Burien. This mixed... [Read more]

King County Council votes to provide oversight of 4Culture

King County Council votes to provide oversight of 4Culture

On Monday, March 19, the King County Council approved legislation that will provide enhanced oversight of 4Culture, the county’s cultural services agency. The final vote on Ordinance 2018-0086 was 6-3,... [Read more]

Burien UFO Festival will feature guest speakers for first time on Thurs., April 5

Burien UFO Festival will feature guest speakers for first time on Thurs., April 5

The Burien UFO Festival is returning on Thursday, April 5 after a one-year hiatus (some say abduction), and new this year will be guest speakers giving presentations in The Tin Theater. This fun annual... [Read more]

Mount Rainier High Drama’s ‘Into the Woods’ runs through March 24

Mount Rainier High Drama’s ‘Into the Woods’ runs through March 24

“Join Cinderella, Jack, his trusty pet, Milky White, Little Red Ridinghood, the Baker, and many more as they go into the woods on a journey of life, love and longing…” Come to the spring... [Read more]

Don’t miss Kennedy Catholic’s ‘High School Musical,’ opening TONIGHT!

Don’t miss Kennedy Catholic’s ‘High School Musical,’ opening TONIGHT!

Don’t miss the fun! Kennedy Catholic Theatre presents Disney’s ‘High School Musical,’ opening TONIGHT – Thursday, March 15. Kennedy Catholic Theatre presents Disney’s... [Read more]

PHOTOS: Beautiful Tuesday morning sunrise as seen from Burien

PHOTOS: Beautiful Tuesday morning sunrise as seen from Burien

Did you see the sunrise Tuesday morning (March 13)? It was beautiful! Here are some photos – first, from Marc Milrod (click images to view larger versions/slideshow): And more, courtesy Robbie Howell:  Read More →