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The best entertainment the week has to offer.
The Seattle Symphony’s conductor looks ahead at his final season in charge.
Writer/director Ethan Hawke aptly portrays Blaze Foley’s never-made-it musical legend.
The best entertainment the season has to offer.
Our resident astrologist says goodbye.
Pluto turns direct, demanding truth and reinvention.
The local arts institutions continue to push creative bounds under changing leadership.
With reopening galleries joining the old stalwarts, neighborhood’s visual art scene is entering a fresh, thriving era.
The new group exhibit finds artists tapping into themes of natural wellness and psychological self-care.
Saturn and an Aries full Moon squeeze us into action.
The week’s best entertainment options.
Jack Black and Cate Blanchett can’t prevent the spooky kids’ movie The House with a Clock in Its Walls from feeling a bit insincere.
Pacific Northwest Ballet opens its season with a centennial celebration of legendary choreographer.
The event corresponds with the City’s public land use hearing regarding expanding the Pike Place Market Historic District.
After two nomadic years, the nonprofit Seattle writing center is ready to open its new, expanded home.
While thematically uncentered, Cirque du Soleil’s BMX-adorned Volta still entertains.
Smithsonian Magazine ‘s September 22 celebration opens the doors to some of the region’s best cultural institutions.
The week’s best entertainment events.
Mercury and Uranus reveal details and surprises.
Seattle Weekly chats with the reflective singer-songwriter ahead of her Seattle solo show.