Agatha Pacheco

Agatha Pacheco

‘My Dreams Are in Limbo’: A Seattle Dreamer Grapples With Her Future

While I am not defined by DACA, much of what defines me is thanks to the Obama-era program.

 

Soon, Tangerine will be headed through that exit to California. Photo by Agatha Pacheco

Tangerine Is Growing Into a California Orange

The local indie band is packing its bags and heading to L.A.

 

The Ballard Farmers Market. Photo by Alabastro Photography

A Day-by-Day Guide to Seattle Farmers Markets

Where to get locally sourced food (almost) every day of the week.

 

A Delectable Guide to Open-Air Food Events in Seattle

A Delectable Guide to Open-Air Food Events in Seattle

Looking to eat and drink in the sun? Look no further.

A Delectable Guide to Open-Air Food Events in Seattle
A Guide to Seattle’s Free, Community-Focused Block Parties

A Guide to Seattle’s Free, Community-Focused Block Parties

The neighborhood gatherings worth checking out this summer.

A Guide to Seattle’s Free, Community-Focused Block Parties
Revelers ring in boat season earlier this spring. Photo by Sofia Lee
Revelers ring in boat season earlier this spring. Photo by Sofia Lee
Photo by Chris Nelson

Five Must-See Acts at This Year’s Folklife Festival

Navigating the massive lineup can be tricky—here are some of our favorites.

Photo by Chris Nelson
Photo by Agatha Pacheco

Six Years Later, Seattle Still Loves Fleet Foxes

The band’s long-awaited return at the Showbox was met with a rapt, adoring crowd.

Photo by Agatha Pacheco
Cirque du Soleil’s ‘Luzia’ Is a $47.7 Million Detriment to Mexican Artists

Cirque du Soleil’s ‘Luzia’ Is a $47.7 Million Detriment to Mexican Artists

Meant to showcase Mexican culture to the world, ‘Luzia’ fails its premise from beginning to end.

Cirque du Soleil’s ‘Luzia’ Is a $47.7 Million Detriment to Mexican Artists
The Complete Northwest Summer Music Fest Guide

The Complete Northwest Summer Music Fest Guide

Hydrate yourself before wading through these exhaustive, sizzling listings.

The Complete Northwest Summer Music Fest Guide
Photo courtesy Oscar Baechler

Ballard Artists Walk Out on Art Walk

The community is creating its own independent art walk after a rift with the Chamber of Commerce.

Photo courtesy Oscar Baechler
ZAPP Gets Zapped, But Its Zines Live on at the Library

ZAPP Gets Zapped, But Its Zines Live on at the Library

The Zine Archive and Publishing Project is calling it quits after a contractual kerfuffle.

ZAPP Gets Zapped, But Its Zines Live on at the Library