Put on your fanciest flannels as we reminisce about the grungy, Seattle-based movie “Singles.”
Cameron Crowe’s classic 1992 comedy celebrates its 30th anniversary this month, recalling a time when there was such a thing as VHS dating — and everyone was in a band.
Starring Kyra Sedgewick, Campbell Scott, Matt Dillon + Bridget Fonda, the romcom follows the lives of — yep, that’s right — single folks in Seattle as they fall in and out of love. And live in a pretty sweet Capitol Hill apartment complex.
At one point, it was even considered for a TV pilot, and may have actually been the inspiration for “Friends.” Imagine Monica, Ross + Rachel hanging at Caffe Vita instead of Central Perk.
If you never saw the flick (or it’s been awhile), be sure to hit up a local spot like Scarecrow Video and rent it — in keeping with the 1990s vibes. You can even take a short “Singles” tour around town, visiting filming locations like: