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Grogo’s innovative policy platform is exactly what Seattle needs.
Will upset folks be able to make it past the title? Find out at the Elliott Bay Book Company reading.
The artist’s portraits at Mariane Ibrahim Gallery are acts of countervisuality.
The premise may be goofy, but the film ends up being much more than a quirky Kaiju flick.
Hey that band you like is coming to town!
“It’s not a happy album at all.”
If artists truly hope to resist Trumpism, they must confront the ways they’re already failing.
See Of Montreal (twice), catch a battle of the beats, heal the “ideological divide” and more.
One small toke for man, one giant rip for mankind.
Customs founder Allen Huang is moving to Taipei, but for other locals, leaving the U.S. is complicated.
“C.M. Dreamland” pays homage to the surreal Nintendo character through painting and installation.
“Up South” takes on trauma, anger, and the literary canon without ever feeling showy.
Dang kids ruin everything these days.
The lastest book in our Post-Trump reading club is a multifarious look at our political situation.
Catch local music at the Laserdome, welcome Reggie Watts back to Seattle and more.
This action flick with an unwanted gender-reassignment surgery at its center is lurid and clunky.
The Zine Archive and Publishing Project is calling it quits after a contractual kerfuffle.
It may still be grey outside, but spring has sprung in Seattle regardless—these trees are proof.
Get $250 to develop your own comic, or pay $120 to get local comics delivered to your door.
On the eve of the band’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, an exploration of how each helped make the band what it is today.