Tuesday, September 16, 2014

This Weekend

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  • Soul Man: Shuggie Otis at Neumos

    The son of soul legend Johnny Otis, Shuggie has been a blues guitar master since the age of 13.

    Lost treasure: Otis's 1974 album Inspiration Information tanked when it was released but is now regarded as a neo-soul classic.

    Tonight 8p. Neumos, 925 E. Pike St, Capitol Hill (206-341-0112). $25 here.

    Nearby: The Old Sage; Canon; Capitol Cider 

  • Wax On: Tracing Skylines World Premiere

    As summer comes to an end, get inspired for the slopes with this insane new ski adventure documentary.

    Off the grid: Five pro skiers chase downhill thrills on the trip of a lifetime through backcountry Alaska — and Detroit.

    Fri 8p. Neptune Theatre, 1303 NE 45th St., University District (206-682-1414). $16 here.

    Nearby: Blue Moon; Lucid; Village Sushi

  • Curd Cobain: Free Cheese

    Free cheese, free wine, and French people to explain everything you're eating? How can you refuse?

    Whey out: There are even local chefs demoing fromage-oriented recipes just to put things over the top.

    Sat 11a-7p. The Piranha Shop, 1022 First Ave S, SoDo (206-641-0914). Free.

    Nearby: Sake Nomi; Henry's Tavern; Medina

  • In the Hunt: Scavenger Dash

    Work your brain and your legs as you tear around Seattle solving devious puzzles to win prizes.

    Bro down: You need to bring one partner, Amazing Race-style. Time to make some tough friend decisions.

    Sat Noon. Fuel, 164 S. Washington St, SoDo. $120 here.

    Nearby: Assembly Hall; Von's 1000 Spirits; Frolik

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