Arts & Culture Newsletter

Big BLDG Records Review Roundup, With Roy Rodgers and Western Haunts

Getting mathy and hazy with the local label’s newest releases.

COSMOS Is Punctuating a Busy Year With an Eclectic New Record

Even though “Moonshine” ranges stylistically, Téron Bell’s lyricism holds it all together.

It’s Time for the Only Time-Based Art Festival in the World

The Yellow Fish // Epic Durational Performance Festival is testing temporal limits once again.

Justice & Dragons

A thrilling SJW RPG, starring a real social justice warrior.

Let the Right One In

There is a lot happening in the skies above, and you have some decisions to make.

My Amazon Interview

In this week’s feature comic, Jeff Bezos and Alexa put a would-be employee through the wringer.

Raw Is a Cannibalistic Coming-of-Age Tale

Growing up and throwing up in this occasionally uncanny film.

The Best Local Records We Heard This March

Sango, somesurprises and Simic helped us not think about death this month.

The Top 15 Things to Do This Week

Learn about the miraculous properties of mushrooms, see Saharan rock at the Symphony, and much more.

“T2 Trainspotting” Exchanges the Original’s Edge for Sentimentality

There might be something here for diehard fans, but otherwise the nostalgia’s empty.

A Whole New Ballgame

With a new moon in Aries and another retrograde on the way, expect some curveballs.

Anticipating the Fringe

Three shows to look forward to at this year’s Fringe Festival.

At Flights & Rights, the ACLU Delivers a Literal Bar Exam

The ACLU is partnering with Seattle breweries to provide free drinks with a presentation on civil rights.

BAD BOY COMIX

Bro, you’ll never guess what happened at Candice’s the other night.

GIFs From Redmond’s Holi Festival of Color

Revelers gathered at Redmond City Hall for the vibrantly hued Indian celebration of spring’s arrival.

In ‘Director’s Choice,’ Pacific Northwest Ballet Moves From Darkness to Light

The company’s latest features dark, ominous work as well as sunset-inspired pastels.

K.T. Niehoff’s Exceptional ‘Before We Flew Like Birds, We Flew Like Clouds’ Lauds Exceptional Humans

The multimedia show examines what it’s like to be on the edge of extraordinary physical experience.

Lit Fix—the Reading Series That Survived

Anything but short-lived, Mia Lipman’s cabaret-style show is celebrating its fourth anniversary.

Strange Sound: The Needle

The dark side of the Space Needle’s history.