Easy as pie.
What: The four-pack of world premieres (Kiyon Gaines’s Sum Stravinsky, Andrew Bartee’s Arms That Work) is headlined by acclaimed choreographer and Seattle native Mark Morris’s first-ever commissioned set for Pacific Northwest Ballet.
Why: Twelve dancers tackle Paul Hindemith’s “Kammermusik No. 3.”
When: Thru Nov. 11. Fri., 7:30 p.m.; Sat., 2 & 7:30 p.m.
Where: Marion Oliver McCaw Hall, 321 Mercer St. (206-441-2424). Tickets ($28-$173) at pnb.org.
The Whale Wins
What: Renee Erickson’s (Boat Street Cafe, The Walrus and the Carpenter) third – and highly anticipated — restaurant opens next to Joule at the Fremont Collective.
Why: Wood-fired meats, seasonal vegetables, and pickled favorites shine in the cozy-chic whitewashed space.
When: Wed.-Sat., 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
Where: 3506 Stone Way N. (206-632-9425).
Harman London Skincare
What: The new Olympia-based brand debuts a unisex paraben- and cruelty-free skin care line.
Why: Cleansers, pore minimizers, exfoliators, hydrating gels, and moisturizers contain only the good stuff (antioxidants, phytonutrients, and botanicals).
When: You want to clean up your act.
Where: Available at harmanlondon.com, $15-$33.
What: The newly launched site connects local bike owners with potential borrowers without hassle; sort listings by rider height and type (folding, mountain, cruiser).
Why: Rent a set of wheels for an afternoon or a weekend — hourly rates start at just $5.
When: The open road calls.
Where: DailyCandy readers score a free rental (up to $25) at doliquid.com.
What: The indie-pop songstress returns to the stage to play songs from Sun, her first album in four years.
Why: This time around, the oft-melancholy Chan Marshall is introspective but upbeat.
When: Sat., 8 p.m.
Where: Showbox SoDo, 1700 First Ave. S. (888-929-7849). Tickets ($30-$35) at showboxonline.com.
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