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The acclaimed singer-songwriter chats about her stripped-down new album ‘Wanderer,’ motherhood, and when performance gets in the way of the song.
The Seattle band doesn’t shy away from embracing ’90s guitar rock on ‘Be True.’
The free local culture magazine shuts down operations after 12 years.
Sub Pop’s tenderest band brings its indie pop to The Neptune.
New host Jonah Ray discusses tour, honorable riffs, and nerd fan acceptance
After nearly 15 years without new music, the Seattle band releases a song and video from the upcoming album, ‘Phoenix.’
Mike Daisey’s 18-part monologue at Seattle Rep serves as an engaging, fiery, and confrontational history class.
Seattle Art Museum’s showcase of Indian art might lack cultural depth, but it’s certainly a spectacle.
With a handful of stellar options, how should one celebrate Rocktober?
The Nordic Museum exhibit captures an interesting slice of the lesser-known Norse past.
With its new album, the trio proves that it’s the only modern Seattle grunge band that matters.
Worldbeat art pop mainstay Merrill Garbus chats about the need creative culture to go beyond simple racial awareness in the current climate.
The enthusiastic Seattle Children’s Theatre production makes the story of a young will-be Muhammad Ali fun for kids.
The collection of authorless snapshots at Bellevue Arts Museum raises questions about our relationship with instant photography.
Some of the best happenings for the culinarily curious.
The annual 107.7 The End holiday bash moves to WaMu Theater.
What to watch for at this year’s edition of Twist: A Queer Film Festival.
The new Chris Cornell statue at MoPop got us wondering about the statues honoring local music legends.
A look a seven of the most intriguing performers at Seattle’s annual month-long jazz celebration.
It’s hard not to be cynical as the Warriors and Kings come to town for an NBA preseason game.