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The Kindlings Muse @ Hales is generally scheduled for the SECOND Mondays of the month. Hales Ales Brewery & Pub (4301 Leary Way NW) is located at the center of the universe in Seattle's Fremont District. Join us in the live audience from 7:00-8:30PM. Space is limited to 90 people per week and reservations are required. Cover is $10 (students free).

Doors open at 6:15PM and each show begins at 7PM

Registration via EventBrite:

Monday September 15, 2014 : Extreme Wellness: Crossfit, Caveman diets and the search for a Better Human.

There has been an explosion in interest in extreme fitness: As medical professionals point to our culture’s growing obesity epidemic, programs such as Crossfit, P90X, Bootcamp, Spartan and Tough Mudder Races coupled with radical diets modeled after primal eating habits are gaining more followers. Christian versions such as The Daniel Plan have taken off led by Purpose Driven Life author Rick Warren. Why this new extreme take on fitness? What does this say about our culture’s view of health and wellness? Are these extreme programs hurting us or saving us? With host Dr. Jeff Keuss, Scott Rodriguez – Crossfit level 1 Trainer and Regional Crossfit Games Athlete – and Julie Church – Registered Dietitian and Nutrition Director at Opal: Food+Body Wisdom.

Monday October 13, 2014: U2 "Songs of Innocence," Apple and the Future of Music.

500 million people became instantaneous owners of U2's latest release "Songs of Innocence" through the latest promotional effort of Apple. We will review U2's newest album, where it sits in the U2 canon, and controversy surrounding corporations choosing the music that appears on our playlists.
Join us at Hale’s Brewery and Pub with our host Dr. Jeff Keuss Jennie Spohr, Jeffrey Overstreet and Pickwick's Galen Disston.
 

Monday November 10, 2014: "Gone Girl” – the book, movie, and future of marriages in the media

Gillian Flynn’s 2012 best-seller “Gone Girl” has captured the book clubs of the world with its fast paced, plot twisting tale of romance, marriage and revenge in modern life. With the flim version directed by David Fincher starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike selling out theaters around the world, the story of seemingly star crossed lovers becoming a horror story has touched a cultural nerve. What does this story say about how people view relationships today? Is marriage now the villain of modern life? Is romance always doomed?  with host Dr. Jeff Keuss author Jennie Spohr, and Tina Sellers – professor in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Seattle Pacific University.
 

Monday December 8, 2014: Annual Christmas Show at Hales.

with our host Dr. Jeff Keuss 
 
 
Join us at Hales Brewery and Pub with our host  Dr. Jeff KeussJennie Spohr, and Marty Riemer.
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