Arts & Culture

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The Top Twelve Things to Do This Week

Start a D&D Campaign, learn about comics journalism, watch DIY bands at Volunteer Park and more.

 

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Seattle’s ‘Make Space’ Zine Features, and Hopes to Inspire, Female and Gender-Non-Binary Artists

At a hefty 11” by 14”, with thick, glossy pages, this isn’t your average zine.

 

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Dead Men Tell Plenty of Tales

The Nevertold Casket Co. brings lit to the crypt and opens its doors for readings.

 

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The Anarchist Book Fair Makes a Spiritual Homecoming to Washington Hall

The book bloc will also feature a taco bar.

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A New Production Company Tells a Tragic Tale in Two Tongues

Bilingual bloodshed—in the park!

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At Wildstyle Wednesdays, Young Graffiti Artists Master the Craft

The weekly art-store meet-up teaches youth about Seattle graffiti history while shaping its future.

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The Top Fifteen Things to Do This Week

Listen to Chief Seattle’s great-great-great-great-grandson, see Japanese psych-rock and more.

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Meet Jane Wong, Sherman Alexie’s Favorite Local Poet

She reads this Saturday at Elliott Bay Books.

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Gretchen Douma and Lillian Afful-Straton shine together. Photo by Shane Regan

‘Terra Incognita’ Quietly Wows Before Blowing Up

Annex Theatre’s newest features two powerful perfomances and a deft script.

Gretchen Douma and Lillian Afful-Straton shine together. Photo by Shane Regan
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Cody Walker, the Seattleite in Exile

A quintessential Seattle poet returns from Michigan for a quintessentially 2000s-era-Seattle lineup.

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Pete Bagge Speaks to the Racial and Sexist Tensions Undergirding His Early Comic Series ‘Neat Stuff’

From 1985 to 1989, the local legend’s Fantagraphics series walked a fine satirical line.

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Seattle Opera’s Spicy Comedy Is Second to Nun

Terry Gilliam inspired the visuals in this tale of medieval mayhem.

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