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Open Books will hold a memorial service to the late Northwest poetry legend.
With mounting expenses, Folklife and Block Party at the Station wonder if they can go on.
Hydrate yourself before wading through these exhaustive, sizzling listings.
See Sisqo of “Thong Song” fame, relearn the meaning of “credible” in our post-fact era, and more.
If you’re making the festival rounds this season, don’t miss this fresh regional talent.
What could’ve been a stuffy biopic turns into a fittingly odd ode to its unconventional subject.
A new coalition is petitioning Vulcan to commit to equitable development in the Central District.
Washington Ensemble’s take on “A Doll’s House” gets a meta drag interloper.
Eventually, you get used to living underwater.
SPL will try to get as many Seattleites as possible to read ‘The Turner House’ and meet its author in one week.
A fish story.
Comic artist Max Clotfelter walks us through a brief history of the region’s reigning weirdo music fest.
This month’s best were messy masterpieces for messy times.
See a Ned Flanders themed metal band, ponder what an automated future might look like, and much more.
Cody Walker picks at our political present while Jason Whitmarsh picks at the everyday.
The Seventh Art Stand, a free film festival featuring Islamic works, will take over Seattle next month.
Welcome to the bold new movements, organizers and leaders challenging Seattle’s liberal establishment.
A Q&A with Asad Haider, founding editor of Viewpoint Magazine, on an ideology fracturing the left.
David Byrne’s spectacle-driven musical engages with the political history of the Philippines.
Three wacky adventures with Seattle’s favorite socialist.