Sasquatch! Music Festival 2018 Lineup Revealed

David Byrne, Tyler, the Creator, Bon Iver, The National, and Modest Mouse headline the Gorge.

Courtesy Barsuk Records

Song Premiere: Hibou’s ‘Black Mirror’-Inspired “Junipero Love”

The Seattle indie pop songwriter gets lost in dreamy sound on a new track from ‘Something Familiar.’

Courtesy Barsuk Records
Scenes from 4Culture’s Creative Justice program, an arts based alternative to incarceration for King County. (Photo courtesy of Creative Justice/Timothy Aguero Photography)

Politics and Art Clash Over 4Culture’s Future

A county ordinance would impose greater oversight on cultural funding agency. But is that necessary?

Scenes from 4Culture’s Creative Justice program, an arts based alternative to incarceration for King County. (Photo courtesy of Creative Justice/Timothy Aguero Photography)
Illustration by Taylor Dow

About Fate

The Leo lunar eclipse Supermoon heightens emotions all week.

Illustration by Taylor Dow

Pick List: Crosscut Festival, ‘Mamma Mia!,’ and First Thursday

The week’s best events.

‘Seattleland’ host Sara Bernard stitches together the city’s stories. Photo by Mark Baumgarten

Welcome to ‘Seattleland’

Producer and host Sara Bernard tells us all about our new podcast.

‘Seattleland’ host Sara Bernard stitches together the city’s stories. Photo by Mark Baumgarten
(Image courtesy <em>Hamilton</em>.)

Get Ready to Play the ‘Hamilton’ Lottery

Don’t throw away your daily shot at scoring $10 seats to see the Broadway sensation.

(Image courtesy <em>Hamilton</em>.)

Seattle Symphony Gets a Thrilling Taste of Its Future Music Director

There’s reason to be excited after Thomas Dausgaard’s presentation of Brahms.

Dylan Avila returned to performane with his one-man show, <em>My</em><em> Turn at the </em><em>Bat</em>. (Courtesy photo)

Comedian Comes Back Swinging

After being assulted on stage with a baseball bat, Dylan Avila returns to find laughs in the pain.

Dylan Avila returned to performane with his one-man show, <em>My</em><em> Turn at the </em><em>Bat</em>. (Courtesy photo)
Illustration by Taylor Dow

New Sensation

Communication and partnerships change, and Mars enters Sagittarius.

Illustration by Taylor Dow
A scene from the documentary <em>Purple </em><em>Dreams</em>, one of the Children’s Film Festival’s most acclaimed offerings. It screens on Sun., Jan. 28 at 3 p.m.
A scene from the documentary <em>Purple </em><em>Dreams</em>, one of the Children’s Film Festival’s most acclaimed offerings. It screens on Sun., Jan. 28 at 3 p.m.
Isobella Bloom ­plays Zuzanna, one of your guides through the world of <em>Bohemia</em>. Photo by John Cornicello

Bohemia, Straight White Men, and Spontaneous Combustion

The week’s best events.

Isobella Bloom ­plays Zuzanna, one of your guides through the world of <em>Bohemia</em>. Photo by John Cornicello
Tuomas Katajala, Ginger Costa-Jackson, Marina Costa-Jackson, Craig Verm, and Laura Tatulescu (left to right) in <em>Così fan tutte</em>. Photo by Philip Newton

Seattle Opera’s Latest Take on Mozart Trades Cheap Laughs for Real Depth

A lust for cheap laughs leaves the master composer’s depths unplumbed.

Tuomas Katajala, Ginger Costa-Jackson, Marina Costa-Jackson, Craig Verm, and Laura Tatulescu (left to right) in <em>Così fan tutte</em>. Photo by Philip Newton
Illustration by Taylor Dow

Stranger Things

Venus and the Sun enter the strange sign of Aquarius.

Illustration by Taylor Dow
Illustration by Taylor Dow

Master of Reality

Capricorn makes us aware of time; Mercury makes progress.

Illustration by Taylor Dow
Illustration by Taylor Dow

Personal Best

The Capricorn Sun helps us stick to resolutions and soak in the wisdom.

Illustration by Taylor Dow

Seattle Opera Announces Its 2018-19 Season

And it’s pretty intriguing: The Gershwins’® Porgy and Bess℠, August 11–25, 2018 Benjamin Britten, The Turn of the Screw, October 13-27, 2018 Giuseppe Verdi, Il… Continue reading

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Freedom and Commitment

A full Moon rings in the new year and Uranus turns direct.

Illustration by Taylor Dow