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Seattle Comics Journalist Sarah Glidden’s New Graphic Novel Isn’t Afraid to Admit Journalism Is Weird
‘Rolling Blackouts’ follows the author and her peers at ‘The Globalist’ through Syria, Iraq, and Turkey.
J’Von, Freaks of Nature, CC Dust, and Swooning stood out by paring it down.
Featuring cosmic funk, outré hip-hop, and a cosmology equal parts Carl Sagan and Carl Jung.
Challenged by an industry and a neighborhood in constant flux, Glazer’s Camera widens its scope.
The young imprint showcases local underground club producers with a penchant for bodied bangers.
The Seattle animator’s debut feature-length film is trippy, hilarious, and strangely meditative.
Context for these albums lie outside Seattle’s core, up and down the Salish Sea.
Each of the producer’s inventive tracks playfully highlights the vocalists’ unique strengths.
Seattle’s newest house and techno label found international success by diddling around.
Pete Bagge Speaks to the Racial and Sexist Tensions Undergirding His Early Comic Series ‘Neat Stuff’
From 1985 to 1989, the local legend’s Fantagraphics series walked a fine satirical line.
It will also feature a giant cat litter box.
Best Staycation: Boating on Lake Washington
Best Place to Work: Sub Pop Records
Our favorites this month came from Seattleites grasping for distinct new sounds.
The much-maligned festival showed signs of life this year, thanks in part to subversive locals.
For the trendy Spanish clothing retailer, plagiarizing indie designers is super “in” this season.
The power to spread awareness of injustice is an undeniable good. But how do we maintain our sanity as the bad news mounts?
“We’re trying to show that this current wave of change is totally precedented.”
Our First Thursday highlights, including giant paper heads, Japanese woodblocks and more.
The Seattle trio’s debut LP connects the dots between Northwest DIY’s origins and today.