Photos are in from two events in The Junction last night (both featured in our “West Seattle Saturday” preview) …
ON THE RUNWAY: Thanks to Unified Outreach for the photo from its youth-organized “Urban Hollywood Meets Seattle” runway show last night at the West Seattle Christian Events Center. Here’s the accompanying summary:
Side note: UO points out that MAC Fashion House‘s Carlisia Minnis, third from left in the photo, was a newsmaker this past week – for helping rescue the baby left in a stolen SUV when a car thief abandoned it in the middle of a White Center street (see her in the KING5.com coverage).
IN THE STORE: Standing-room-only at Easy Street Records as The Posies played a set:
That photo is courtesy of King County Councilmember Joe McDermott (who we bumped into at the West Seattle Farmers’ Market; he mentioned he’d been to the show, and agreed to share a photo). Also at the show, Brian Presser of TouchTech Systems – just up the street from Easy Street – who photographed the cool poster:
“Failure” is The Posies’ 1988 debut, just re-released.
P.S. To preview what else is ahead in West Seattle, you can check our calendar any time.