That’s what men are made of.
Built for Man Open Space
What: Francisco Hernandez’s ethical and sustainable men’s clothing line gets a workspace/gallery close to Seattle U.
Why: The inaugural Push/Pull exhibit presents video works of boys with guns, frantic female energy, and what appears to be a crowd moving backward.
When: Opening reception, tonight, 6-10 p.m. Shop hours, by appt.
Where: 509 E. 13th Ave. (206-462-1293).
Seattle Rock Orchestra Plays Radiohead
What: Your favorite tunes from OK Computer and The Bends are reimagined as soaring symphonic works.
Why: Visqueen’s Rachel Flotard helps interpret the moody, romantic, electronic ballads.
When: Sat., 8 p.m.
Where: The Moore Theatre, 1932 Second Ave. (206-682-1414). Tickets ($18) at 877-784-4849 or online at stgpresents.com.
Jaipur Avenue Chai Tea Mix
What: A Seattle-based, Indian-born former textile designer imports spiced black teas ($13-$15 for fifteen packets) with delicate, highly authentic, not-too-sweet flavors.
Why: Stylish packaging contains blends with saffron, cardamon, masala, ginger, and vanilla — brewed simply with hot water (or cold milk and ice).
When: Free tastings, Paris Grocery, Sat., 11 a.m.-2 p.m.; DeLaurenti Food & Wine, Sun., 1-3 p.m.
Where: Paris Grocery, 1418 Western Ave. (206-682-0679); DeLaurenti, Pike Place Market, 1435 First Ave. (206-622-0141); online at jaipuravenue.com.
Shadows of a Fleeting World
What: More than 100 historical images photographed by the largely Japanese immigrant population of the local camera club founded in 1924.
Why: Striking historical tableaux, tender portraits of children, and a collection of charming holiday cards.
When: Thru May 8. Wed., Sat. & Sun., 11 a.m.-4 p.m.; Thurs. & Fri., 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
Where: Henry Art Gallery, 15th Ave. NE, at NE 41st St. (206-543-2280). Admission is $10.
Photo: John Criscitello