30 For (Sub Pop’s) 30

30 For (Sub Pop’s) 30

To celebrate the record label’s 30th anniversary, we attempt to pick the best song from every year of its existance.

30 For (Sub Pop’s) 30
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Eclipse Wisdom

Saturday brings a partial solar eclipse in Leo.

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The cast of ‘Bob’s Burgers’ heads to The Moore. Image courtesy Fox.

Pick List: ‘Bob’s Burgers,’ Jenn Champion, ‘Porgy and Bess’

The week’s top entertainment options.

The cast of ‘Bob’s Burgers’ heads to The Moore. Image courtesy Fox.
Teens bond at a gay conversion camp in The Miseducation of Cameron Post. Photo courtesy Beachside Films

The Conversion Immersion of ‘The Miseducation of Cameron Post’

A strong young ensemble helps director Desiree Akhavan artfully takedown conversion therapy.

Teens bond at a gay conversion camp in The Miseducation of Cameron Post. Photo courtesy Beachside Films
Trevor Paglen brings otherworldly creations like ‘Prototype for a Nonfunctional Satellite (Design 4; Build 4)’ to Seattle Art Fair. Photo courtesy Trevor Paglen/Altman Siegel

All’s Fair in Love and Art

The Seattle Art Fair stands out from its peers, but it’s still finding its footing in our tech-driven city.

Trevor Paglen brings otherworldly creations like ‘Prototype for a Nonfunctional Satellite (Design 4; Build 4)’ to Seattle Art Fair. Photo courtesy Trevor Paglen/Altman Siegel
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Go Your Own Way

Uranus turns retrograde and Venus moves into Libra.

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Swearin’ brings its reunited rock to Chop Suey. Photo by Alexander Rotondo

Pick List: Swearin’, Todd Barry, ‘Star Trek’ in the Park

The week’s best entertainment options.

Swearin’ brings its reunited rock to Chop Suey. Photo by Alexander Rotondo
The ostentatious takes center stage in Generation Wealth. Photo by Lauren Greenfield

Show Me the Money

The documentary ‘Generation Wealth’ attempts to show greed’s shallowness, but somewhat loses focus.

The ostentatious takes center stage in Generation Wealth. Photo by Lauren Greenfield
Tom Cruise hangs onto his action hero bonafides with ‘Mission: Impossible — Fallout.’ Photo courtesy Paramount Pictures/Skydance

Impossibly Not Getting Old

Tom Cruise and his action franchise remain sharp in ‘Mission: Impossible — Fallout.’

Tom Cruise hangs onto his action hero bonafides with ‘Mission: Impossible — Fallout.’ Photo courtesy Paramount Pictures/Skydance
Can the Showbox Be Saved?

Can the Showbox Be Saved?

Seattleites express outrage over the potential loss of the music venue and look to preserve it via historic landmark status.

Can the Showbox Be Saved?
Back to the Heart of It All

Back to the Heart of It All

Now, Now lost its way for years, unexpectedly building a ravenous pop rock fanbase in absentia.

Back to the Heart of It All
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Mad Moon Rising

A lunar eclipse hits, and Mercury goes retrograde.

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The 72nd BAM ARTSfair is set for July 27-29 at Bellevue Arts Museum and Bellevue Square. Photo courtesy of Bellevue Arts Museum

Pick List: BAM ARTSfair, Strictly Seattle, Breaking Glass

The week’s top entertainment events.

The 72nd BAM ARTSfair is set for July 27-29 at Bellevue Arts Museum and Bellevue Square. Photo courtesy of Bellevue Arts Museum
Capitol Hill Block Party 2018 Photo Recap

Capitol Hill Block Party 2018 Photo Recap

A look back at the urban music fest’s weekend action.

Capitol Hill Block Party 2018 Photo Recap
Joaquin Phoenix and Jonah Hill lead a hefty cast in <em></em><em>Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot</em>. Photo by Scott Patrick Green/Amazon Studios

Steady Footing

Joaquin Phoenix and Jonah Hill anchor ‘Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot,’ Gus Van Sant’s biopic about a quadriplegic cartoonist.

Joaquin Phoenix and Jonah Hill lead a hefty cast in <em></em><em>Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot</em>. Photo by Scott Patrick Green/Amazon Studios
Alvvays brings its dreamy Canadian indie pop to the Capitol Hill Block Party Main Stage. Photo by Arden Wray

Capitol Hill Block Party 2018 Picks

Who to see at this year’s edition of Seattle’s urban music fest.

Alvvays brings its dreamy Canadian indie pop to the Capitol Hill Block Party Main Stage. Photo by Arden Wray
Kayla (Elsie Fisher) stays glued to her screens in ‘Eighth Grade.’ Photo by Linda Kallerus/A24

Embracing the Naturalistic Awkwardness of ‘Eighth Grade’

Writer/director Bo Burnham and star Elsie Fisher discuss making and living one of the year’s best films.

Kayla (Elsie Fisher) stays glued to her screens in ‘Eighth Grade.’ Photo by Linda Kallerus/A24
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Let It Linger

Between two eclipses, this is a week for rest.

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Prom Queen holds court in The Can Can’s ‘Femme Fatale.’ Photo by Nate Watters

Pick List: ‘Femme Fatale,’ SoDo Track Open House, ‘Patience’

The week’s best entertainment offerings.

Prom Queen holds court in The Can Can’s ‘Femme Fatale.’ Photo by Nate Watters
The Midwestern tale of <em>Sweet Land</em> makes its West Coast premiere at Taproot Theatre. Photo by Erik Stuhaug

This Land Was Made for You and Me

Taproot’s ‘Sweet Land, the Musical’ doesn’t fully capture the mood of 1920s Minnesota farmland, but still manages to charm.

The Midwestern tale of <em>Sweet Land</em> makes its West Coast premiere at Taproot Theatre. Photo by Erik Stuhaug