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At 20, he’s one of the town’s promising crop of young trap-rappers.
The satisfying film follows three pioneering black women mathematicians at NASA.
Do modern Christmas symbols come from a sacred Siberian shamanic mushroom? There’s a strong case.
Amid the ceaseless Hollywood sequels and superhero flicks, unlikely gems rose to the top.
The film’s throwback Hollywood charm is well-executed, but ultimately contrived.
The Seattle immigrant who wrote one of the U.S.’ most powerful books on labor and Filipino identity.
Washington’s landscape is green both with botanical verdance and nuclear gnarliness.
Jessica Chastain dominates as few actresses get to dominate their films these days.
After a collision with a motorcyclist, a taxi driver’s lifesaving decision begins a dark descent.
How to get through the political doldrums and start working towards something better.
The local hip-hop artist’s new record is a confident stride towards an ascendant selfhood.
‘Rules Don’t Apply’ shines by not settling for mere nostalgia.
The film’s approach to 1967’s court ruling on interracial marriage suffers from reluctant direction.
Proceeds from Sol’s upcoming show will go toward rebuilding 10 Haitian schools lost in the storm.
The Brazilian film finds a mid-60s writer battling for her historic building against developers.
Y’ever been to a coffee party?
There are plenty of hit-and-miss moments, but it all adds up to an inspired end.
The Tacoma rapper’s latest makes a case for the PNW’s inclusion in the West Coast rap canon.
One-hundred years ago this week, Washington saw one of the bloodiest labor battles in its history.
At their joint album-release party, sample a distinctive but broadening regional sound.