Here at ArtsPage HQ, we say thanks to the Burke Museum for digging into the history of the Seahawks’ bird logo, created in 1975. The logo has been altered a couple of times to make it seem more current and more “fierce” (grumpy?) but no one has been able to pin down the origin of…More
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You know Seahawks fever is threatening to break the thermometer when even The Seattle Times arts and entertainment staff (some of whom don’t even know we publish a Sports section every day) get all sweaty every time Russell Wilson scrambles out of the pocket.
It’s not the bootlegs, the sweeps or the quarterback sneaks that enthrall the arts aficionados among us, however, as poetic as some of those may sound. It’s the celebratory dances the players improvise to punctuate feats of startling athletic prowess — touchdowns, sacks and interceptions.More
UPDATE: Also riding the 12th Man bus: Seattle Theatre Group and Balagan Theatre, partners in staging “Jerry Springer: The Opera.” Patrons wearing Seahawks gear for all “Springer” shows this weekend (Jan. 10-12) at The Moore Theatre will receive 2-for-1 admission. Be sure to say “Go Hawks” at the box office one hour before show…More