A&E calendar

Today Support the fine arts department at SPU. The annual Spring Concert is tonight in E.E. Bach Theater. The concert features the Percussion Ensemble and is directed by Dan Adams. Cost: Free Time: 7:30 p.m. Location: E.E. Bach Theater Phone: (206) 281-2205 Thursday Spend some time worshipping with SPU’s Gospel Choir. There will be an […]

Healthy intentions not enough

Comment cards in the C-Store show students asking for healthier foods, but purchasing records reflect that the most popular items are the king-sized candy bars, like Snickers, and 99-cent bags of chips, like Lays Cheddar and Sour Cream. Students say that they prefer salad and whole fruit, according to the Food Preference Survey done by […]

A&E Calendar

Today Catch SPU’s play "The Inner Circle" at the E.E. Bach Theater. The play focuses on four college freshman and the challenges they face when one of them contracts AIDS. Cost: $8 for students Time: 7:30 p.m. Location: E.E. Bach Theater Phone: (206) 281-2959 Thursday Watch Thalia Symphony’s end of the year concert at First […]

Authentic Asian food at Shilla

Restaurant Shilla is sometimes difficult to spot while driving through downtown Seattle. This Korean/Japanese restaurant sits on the corner of Eighth Avenue and Denny Way, mixed in with hotels, businesses and car dealerships. Despite its location amidst all the one-way streets of downtown, Restaurant Shilla’s food is definitely worth the trip. The restaurant is unique […]

A&E Calendar

Today: Visit the Nordic Heritage Museum in Ballard, where various exhibits are on display including the work of Norwegian artists known as Harding Puls. They are known for their work in writing, music, crafts and visual arts. Time: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Cost: $6 Location: 3014 NW 67th St. Phone: (206) 789-5707 Thursday It’s […]

The roots of soul food

Fried chicken. Corn pudding. Sweet potato pie. Collard greens. Those are just some of the dishes that make up what is known as soul food. According to Cultural Communication Professor Dr. Debra Sequiera, soul food originated from the cuisine developed by African slaves in the American South. "It was fashioned after meager ingredients," she said. […]