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See local R&B up-and-comer Zahara, hear George Saunders talk “Lincoln in the Bardo” and more.
Before its new building opens this Wednesday, shoppers scoured the old, mostly empty Renton location for one final, eerie sale.
Angela Flournoy, Megan Kruse, and Phillip B. Williams read on a prescient theme this Friday.
Mardi Gras is almost here—here’s how you can join in the fun.
A student-curated exhibition at Jacob Lawrence Gallery envisions political grandiosity.
Wading gently into Pisces season.
The seasoned mixed-rep dance festival is celebrating its anniversary with a program of audience favorites.
Catch one of rap’s weirdest, support local DIY, preview the city’s next generation of dance, and more.
The POC cast confront whiteness, and tell their own stories in a deeply humanizing and poetic way.
Our critics pick the best of the season, from the stage to the club to the gallery to the concert hall.
This week’s lunar eclipse promises to crack open a world of possibilities.
You’ll have to mind the gaps, both in the work and its curation, to get the full picture.
The Seattle author’s hit novel “Warm Bodies” is getting an ambitious sequel.
Seattle author Laurie Frankel’s novel of raising a trans child is a portrait of a happy family like any other.
The literary titan’s latest follows the four parallel lives of a single man.
Incorporating dance, virtual reality, installation and audio, the complex piece explores other bodies.
Grab a free new local alt-comix newspaper, catch the first Sound Off! battle, and much more.
Don’t miss new books from Robert Lashley, Leyna Krow, Lena Khalaf Tuffaha, Jess Thomson and Ghosts of Seattle Past.
Our monthly post-election book club is back. This time we’ll be talking about hope.
Henry the Femme.