Illustration by Taylor Dow

Water Pressure

Venus and Neptune soften Scorpio’s final tests.

Illustration by Taylor Dow
Illustration by Taylor Dow

Feelings and Facts

Mercury gets messy, but other planets deliver good luck.

Illustration by Taylor Dow
Blood and Black Lace opens Northwest Film Forum’s eight-film salute to giallo, European horror films art-directed to within an inch of their lives.
Blood and Black Lace opens Northwest Film Forum’s eight-film salute to giallo, European horror films art-directed to within an inch of their lives.
Illustration by Taylor Dow

Necessary Darkness

Neptune and a Taurus full Moon want us to connect.

Illustration by Taylor Dow
Active Voice installation in action on the UW campus. Photo by Sara Bernard

UW Student Seeks to Push the Conversation Beyond #MeToo

In response to the recent social media firestorm about sexual violence, a survivor launches an interactive project on campus.

Active Voice installation in action on the UW campus. Photo by Sara Bernard

A Full Week of Freak

The best of Seattle’s Halloween events.

Mary Lou Williams. Courtesy of Paradox Films
Mary Lou Williams. Courtesy of Paradox Films
Illustration by Taylor Dow

Shedding Season

Jupiter delivers luck, but Pluto poses partnership challenges.

Illustration by Taylor Dow
Quinn Alexa Dailey tries on one of the Valkyrie costumes from Wagner’s Ring Cycle. Photo by Nate Watters

A Second Act for Costumes from Seattle Opera and Fifth Avenue Theatre

The companies clean out their closets and the costume crowd lines up.

Quinn Alexa Dailey tries on one of the Valkyrie costumes from Wagner’s Ring Cycle. Photo by Nate Watters
Photo by Jacob Lucas

At Seattle Opera, the Whole Crew Cuts Up in a Colorful ‘Barber’

Expert singing in a staging that’s a shade tone-deaf.

Photo by Jacob Lucas

BenDeLaCreme’s Queer, Freaky, and Flirtatious “Gaylord Manor”

The high-camp cabaret approaches horror from a queer perspective.

Black Moon

Truth rises with a new Moon in Libra.

Party For and With the Community at Lit Crawl

The party and also after the party.

Reconsidering the Realism of Andrew Wyeth

SAM’s new exhibition examines the life of a popular, panned painter who took humanity as it is.

Tara Atkinson’s New E-Book Is About a Nameless Woman Who Dates Faceless Men

Depending on how you read it, the book is a comedy or a tragedy.

Illustration by Taylor Dow

Jupiter New Year

The big planet sets a new agenda in intense Scorpio.

Illustration by Taylor Dow
You know what goes great with horrifying German vampire silhouettes? Some nice piano and the Seattle Symphony.
You know what goes great with horrifying German vampire silhouettes? Some nice piano and the Seattle Symphony.

Onerus’ Sci-Fi Theatre Cautions a Tech-Centric Future

Café Nordo’s new production envisions the calamity of corporate control in Cascadia 2046.