Seattle Symphony’s answer to EMP.
PNB warms the winter darkness.
Pauline Kael, 1919-2001
All this, and Groucho too? That’s what I call entertainment.
Tippling with tots, debated.
A Chinese American chef loves ’em and leaves ’em.
A solo performer’s progress.
Seattle-based Born magazine is an online crucible where visual artists, writers, and computer programmers cross-pollinate their talents. Sometimes it works,…
Intiman wanders through a dense but stirring Singing Forest.
Haute cuisine and the grasshopper.
Book news and gossip.
Past and present converge down by the river.
Clinton & Me: A Real Life Political Comedy By Mark Katz (Miramax, $22) Mark Katz’s uncle had just handed Michael…
Surviving the ‘miracle’ of assimilation.
Rubicon by Steven Saylor (St. Martin’s Press, $23.95) “These days it profits a man to go towhatever lengths he can…
Seattle Opera’s season is less than half over, but these days it’s the future that fills the company’s press releases….
Sound artist Trimpin, writer Rebecca Brown, outdoor theater, and Thievery Corporation top our list.
Life or death, morality or chaos: According to Rabbi Lapin, it’s up to America to decide.
A visit from SoCal’s finest brought everything but their favorite composer.
Our reviewers give you the holiday stage rundown.