How are those resolutions looking?
What: The Museum of History & Industry opens its new location in the restored and expanded Naval Reserve Armory.
Why: The 50,000-square-foot spot hosts new galleries, exhibitions (including Celluloid Seattle: a City at the Movies, curated by KUOW film critic Robert Horton), and objets d’art — just check out the old Rainier “R.”
When: Thurs., 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Fri.-Wed., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where: 860 Terry Ave. N. (206-324-1126).
Woody Allen in the ’70s
What: The six-film series revisits the prolific director’s early years, including a two-part documentary about the man himself.
Why: Catch Annie Hall tonight or Bananas through the weekend.
When: Thru Jan. 17.
Where: Grand Illusion Cinema, 1403 NE 50th St. (206-523-3935).
What: James Beard Award winner Maria Hines’s third restaurant is alive and kicking with Southern Italian flavor in the former 35th Street Bistro space.
Why: Hines’s certified organic fare (naturally) includes dishes such as burrata and arancini with Skagit River Ranch beef and tomato and carnaroli rice.
When: Sun.-Thurs., 5-10 p.m.; Fri. & Sat., 5-10:30 p.m.
Where: 709 N. 35th St. (206-547-9707).
What: Hear the Oregon songbird’s latest album, Cardiology, as she drifts over piano keys and lulls you in with songs of love and loss.
Why: Her retro styling is reminiscent of contemporaries Adele and Lana Del Rey.
When: Fri., 9:30 p.m.
Where: High Dive, 513 N. 36th St. (206-632-0212). Tickets ($8) at the door.
Photo: Courtesy of The Museum of History and Industry