weekend agenda : long goodbyes

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see the squid vs. whale mural unveiled at the twilight this weekend [cdn]. photo by shawn [flickr] via our group pool [#].

  • For a while, it seemed like Harvey Danger was always playing their last show, usually once a year for rhetorical effect. But this weekend’s set of shows are really the really last ones before they call it quits for keeps or until the soon-to-be-anticipated cashing-in reunion arena tour. So serious is the farewelling that Sean Nelson has been blogging the final countdown as the tour reaches Seattle. [music-mix]. Tonight’s penultimate performance is at the Vera Project ($13, 7:30 pm, with Ships & Sleepy Kitty ) the walls come down on Saturday at the Crocodile (late show w/Sleepy Kitty, sold out [croc]; tickets for 4pm show with Can You Imagine still available $20. [croc])
  • Menomena spin-off, collaborative solo-project Ramona Falls join BOAT for a night of pop sweetness tonight. $10, 8pm. [crocodile]
  • Join or just be aware: Critical Mass amasses cyclists tonight at Westlake Center to ride around town, leaderless and agendaless to congregate in demonstration and in celebration.
  • Fun abounds with Mad Rad taking the Comet [myspace] tonight and the Coconut Coolouts on Funhouse duty on Saturday. [myspace].
  • Celebrate the d.i.y./house scene with local bands all weekend in support of Hollow Earth radio and the Urban Rest Stop with the Carousel Festival. $5-17, tons of bands like the Pica Beats and Partman Parthorse. [subsonic]
  • Former Project Runway contestants Jack “the one who sadly had to leave early” Mackenroth and Kevin “the straight one” Christiana host a fashion competition tonight in Seattle in which interior designers and architects make clothing out of building supplies without advice from Tim Gunn. $30-100, 7pm, Exhibition Hall. [productrunway]

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