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Paul Allen’s new music festival was fun, but like the system that enables it, weird.
The 300-artist lineup is one of the most locally focused in the region—here’s who’s representing.
If you’re making the festival rounds this season, don’t miss this fresh regional talent.
A new coalition is petitioning Vulcan to commit to equitable development in the Central District.
This month’s best were messy masterpieces for messy times.
A new petition outlines four ways that Vulcan can “truly preserve Seattle art, music and culture.”
A Q&A with Asad Haider, founding editor of Viewpoint Magazine, on an ideology fracturing the left.
Three wacky adventures with Seattle’s favorite socialist.
From Toto’s Africa on an Africa picturedisc to Prince’s “Batdance,” we present the best of the weird.
For those angry with our rapidly developing city, this book will remind you what we’re fighting for.
With more than double the number of artists than last year’s Bumbershoot, Upstream looks enormous.
“C.M. Dreamland” pays homage to the surreal Nintendo character through painting and installation.
Get $250 to develop your own comic, or pay $120 to get local comics delivered to your door.
Amazon, the biggest retailer of web-connected microphones, works for the CIA. Should that bother you?
Sango, somesurprises and Simic helped us not think about death this month.
The Helms Alee frontman and Verellen amplifier mastermind is venturing into the world of booze with style.
The video off the rapper’s Sub Pop LP (out tomorrow) features scenes from MLK Way and Lake Washington.
Pegadeth, Bujemane, Dude York, and Crater helped us shred through the snow days.
Headliners Flying Lotus, AlunaGeorge and Shabazz Palaces are joined by a huge, diverse cast of locals.
After experiencing high highs and tragic lows, the rapper is gearing up to release his lush magnum opus.