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Cal Anderson Park
Holy tights! The original dynamic duo (Adam West, Burt Ward) take on an all-star cast of comic book baddies in this movie version of the hit TV show from the 1960s.

This screening is FREE and begins at sunset (around 8:30/9pm) at the southeast corner of Capitol Hill's Cal Anderson Park. This is a smoke-free event. Bring low-backed chairs or blankets for seating, please.

Hot popcorn, cold drinks, candy and other concessions for sale on site. Limited lawnchair rentals available. Proceeds benefit Three Dollar Bill Cinema's efforts throughout the year to provide voices and visibility for the LGBT community through film and video. More info at

NW Film Forum Presents: Vampire Bride

7:00 and 9:00pm
NW Film Forum
As part of their Shintoho Schlock: Girls, Guns & Ghosts series, the Northwest Film Forum will be showing Vampire Bride. This 1960s Japanese film is about Fujiko, a dance student with a horrific facial scar who seeks help from a sorceress in the mountains and ultimately transforms her into a powerful monster. See more.

Photo Center NW's Newest Stories and Promotions

Lisa Ahlberg, chair of Photo Center's Board of Trustees say,  Michelle has been a leading voice nationally as well as internationally concerning photographic practices for over two decades; two decades that have witnessed enormous changes in the field." 

Check Out Babeland's Upcoming Events
707 East Pike Street 
Seattle, WA 98122 
August 13, 2013 | 8 PM

August 16, 2013 | 6:30 PM

Join other Seattle's erotic enthusiasts (all genders) to this night of sexual dialogue, cocktails, and "toy" giveaways. Guests will be treated to a multi-sensory event that explores myth and meaning of human Sensuality, Sexuality, and the Erotic.
Series to Educate, Connect and Spark Dialogue on Locals Investing Locally

September 25
HUB Seattle
Tickets available at Brown Paper Tickets

Seattle Good Business Network is excited to announce Community Capital: Seattle, a series of seminars designed to educate, connect, and spark dialogue among Seattle's economic stakeholders around the emerging field of community capital. How can metro Seattle residents begin to invest locally? How can local businesses take advantage of these funds? What new projects might be started? 

The series kicks off with a day learning about the local investment revolution from Michael Shuman, one of the nation's foremost authorities on the subject. Whether you are a banker, investment professional, entrepreneur, business-support person, foundation executive, policymaker, or student, you will never think about investment the same way.

Michael Shuman's Local Investment 101 made possible by our co-sponsor, the Bainbridge Graduate Institute, supporting sponsor, BECU, and our topic sponsor, the Bullitt Foundation.
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