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Be sad with The Weeknd, see ‘Alice in Wonderland’ adapted as burlesque dance, and much more.
Seems like he just got here. In an announcement posted on the…
At Gallery4Culture, three artists realize Seattle’s real-estate nightmare.
‘Seattle Walks’ outlines 17 walkable routes that reveal segments of this city’s past.
Flitting between WWII Japan and the present-day U.S., the play connects the dots of a sterotype.
Ballet meets Broadway.
March for science, check out a super-heavy Bulgarian folk choir, and much more.
‘Water & Salt’ is a book that spans the globe, from Seattle to Jordan and back again.
The bull’s out of the pen! Taurus charges ahead while Pluto turns retrograde and planets switch signs.
For those angry with our rapidly developing city, this book will remind you what we’re fighting for.
The community is creating its own independent art walk after a rift with the Chamber of Commerce.
Venus is moving out of retrograde, finally, but that doesn’t mean it’s over quite yet.
Will upset folks be able to make it past the title? Find out at the Elliott Bay Book Company reading.
The artist’s portraits at Mariane Ibrahim Gallery are acts of countervisuality.
If artists truly hope to resist Trumpism, they must confront the ways they’re already failing.
See Of Montreal (twice), catch a battle of the beats, heal the “ideological divide” and more.
April has us looking back before looking ahead.
“C.M. Dreamland” pays homage to the surreal Nintendo character through painting and installation.
“Up South” takes on trauma, anger, and the literary canon without ever feeling showy.
The lastest book in our Post-Trump reading club is a multifarious look at our political situation.