The Sights and Sounds of Seattle’s Solar Eclipse

What was said. What was seen.

A Social Justice History

Samuel McKinney Fought For the Many

The Seattle civil rights legend on his rich life of activism.

Comics Review

A Little-Known Local Comics Artist Plays With Time and Identity to Brilliant Effect

D.J. Bryant’s Fantagraphics debut, ‘Unreal City,’ loops back on itself, merges, and disintegrates.

The Republican Agenda

Paul Ryan to Visit Boeing to Talk Tax Reform

The House Speaker believes Republican plan to slash taxes for businesses will help spur growth. Governor Inslee and machinists union leadership have a different take.

The War on Drugs

Lawsuit Challenges Anti-Safe Drug Site Initiative

The suit argues that this public health decision lies outside the authority of a public referendum.

The New Left

Effort to Launch National People’s Party Has Local Ties, Inspirations

Not to be confused with the Seattle Peoples Party, organizers nonetheless are encouraged by Nikkita Oliver’s success.

Cary Moon Agrees to Nikkita Oliver-Moderated Forum; Jenny Durkan ‘Happy to Consider’ It

The unorthodox forum is a calculated risk for both candidates, but in very different ways.

Constant Reader

Consider the Squid at the Cephalopod Appreciation Society

This multidisciplinary arts celebration honors our molluscan brethren.

Space Witch

Joy and Anger

A total solar eclipse takes center stage.

Dining Review

Union Saloon Brings the Wild West to Wallingford

There is an old-time vibe, but the food is clean and modern.

Best of Seattle
Best of Seattle

Mike Sherlock Mixes One Kind of Whiskey with a Lot of Clever Thinking

Best Distillery: Fremont Mischief Distillery

 

Best of Seattle

Cappy’s Gym Keeps Up the Good Fight

Best Gym: Cappy’s Boxing Gym

 

Comix

Samuel McKinney Fought For the Many

The Seattle civil rights legend on his rich life of activism.

 

Red Flags

If you’re going over to a date’s place for the first time, watch out for these deal breakers.

 

Gnat Attack

Summer’s coordinated micro-warriors execute their latest strike.

 

Wherever You Are, There’s a Weed Whacker

Lamenting loudness, at home and in the country.

 

Marketplace

Go back to school and build your career

Technological change demands stronger and more continuous connections between education and employment.…

 

Amp Up Your Group Grilling Game with Seattle’s BBQ and Grilling School

Connect2Classes offers group BBQ classes for team and client appreciation events

 

Town Hall Seattle’s $25 Million Renovation Breaks Ground

The grand renovation will preserve the 100-year-old historic building while making room for the innovations that will define the organization’s next chapter.

 

Seattle Businesses Are Reinventing Team Training and Building

Connect2Classes Offers Custom Group Classes for Businesses to Learn and Grow

 

Music
New Music

Stas THEE Boss Wrote the Happiest Breakup Music You’ve Ever Heard

The instrumentals were born amid three relationships, but the lyrics came after they crumbled.

 

Film

Steven Soderbergh Pulls a Reverse ‘Ocean’s 11’ in ‘Logan Lucky’

A heist is still central, but the conspirators are far from suave.

 

Film Review

‘Wind River’ Is a Very Talky Western

Taylor Sheridan’s new film is chock full of dialogue, but that’s also one of its biggest assets.

 

Award-Winning Journalism

The Double Bind

Allegations of rape will get you an audience with the King County Prosecutor’s office. But justice is more elusive.

 

The Fear and Resolve of Those Most Threatened by a Trump Presidency

Seattle’s Muslims and Mexican immigrants share their hopes and concerns following the election.