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A recent study suggests that only 35 percent of children in King County can tell time on an analog clock. Like other arguably antiquated abilities such as writing in cursive, telling time though on an analog clock seems to have been lost in the digital age.
We hit the streets with camera in hand to capture some of the beautiful faces of Mariners fandom, and asked them what their hopes for the season were.
If NVM is Tacocat’s Nevermind—the album that brought them to the world’s attention—then Lost Time is their In Utero: heavier, darker, realer, and produced to pack a stronger punch.
A decade in, the Seattle orchestral indie outfit has gone pop. Lead singer Matt Bishop tells us why.
Occurring roughly once a month, The Dope Show features a rotating group of comics who perform one set sober and another as stoned as possible.
Wedgwood Drama Studio is proof that with theater experience, you can become anything you want— even an entrepreneur.
Has the homeless crisis inspired more civic action from Seattle’s housed? Our intrepid reporter finds out.
I pull in around noon. There is ample parking beneath the new building, several charging stations for electric cars, and no security on the elevator up to the cafeteria.
Life was hard for Moses Seattle, and it ended sadly, but there has never been another person from our region remotely like him, for his short life connects the ancient mythology of the Puget Sound area to our modern era.
It got steamy at the Tractor Tavern as Red Bull brought out the Seattle music scene royalty.
Seattleites, hungry for Southern food, are often quick to laud places that really aren’t as good as we want them to be. But this place is the real deal.
In the filmmaker’s latest, moments pass like sands through the hourglass, or tears in rain, or whatever other greeting-card profundity you want to offer.
Esperanza Spalding, Susan Orlean, The Flavr Blue, David Crosby and more.