Friday (8/27) - Be sure to clear your calendar for this weekend’s SAM Remix at the Sculpture Park, part of Seattle Art Museum’s quarterly dance party series. This booty shaking 21 and up lineup includes a performance by local electronic quartet Truckasauras, visual art and nighttime tours of the Sculpture Park. 8 p.m.–midnight. $12-15. Olympic Sculpture Park, 2901 Western Ave.; 206.654.3121. seattleartmuseum.org
Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure
Saturday (8/28) - It’s hard to believe Pee-wee Herman made his silver screen debut 25 years ago, but what better way to celebrate that fact than biking to Cal Anderson Park for Northwest Film Forum’s annual bike-in and watching his Big Adventure on the big screen, al fresco? Whee! 8 p.m. Free. Cal Anderson Park, 1635 11th Ave.; info: 206.829.7863; nwfilmforum.org
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Fashion Week in Bellevue
Through Sunday (8/25¬–8/29) - Head to the Eastside for your couture fix during Fashion Week at the Bellevue Collection. This elegant event showcases fall trends from the luxe lines housed at Bellevue Place, Bellevue Square and Lincoln Square—plus a runway show courtesy of none other than Vogue. $75–$125. The Bellevue Collection, specific locations vary; see website for complete schedule.
Seatown Snack Bar
That sneaky Tom Douglas. He went and opened Seatown Snack Bar, his new raw bar/seafood restaurant and awesome-sounding takeout shop last week and forgot to tell us all about it. Part takeout counter--and this is Tom D takeout, so think Dahlia cookies, daily rotisserie meats and freshly baked pot pies--and part raw bar, with lots of smoked fish and local fish featured, along with seasonal veggies (some harvested from Tom and wife Jackie's farm in Prosser). We’re most excited for the ancho-spiced goat, the Monday special ($16) and the Friday special, peri peri-rubbed lamb ($16), as well as the tomato sandwich with feta and mint ($8). Open daily, 8 a.m.- 11 p.m. 2010 Western Ave. tomdouglas.com/index.php/restaurants/seatown