As calls for accountability and inclusions roil Hollywood, SIFF’s power duo leads the nation’s largest film festival into a fairer future.
Three passages from ESPN’s article on the 44-year-old Mariner capture the sacrifice at the heart of his greatness.
Producer and host Sara Bernard tells us all about our new podcast.
We’ve changed. Here is why, and what you can expect from us.
The singer was found unresponsive in a hotel room following a Wednesday night concert.
After getting pounded by the Tigers, the Mariners are without their best hitter and King Felix is in limbo.
You just can’t make this stuff up.
Armed with only an acoustic guitar, the 20-year-old Seattleite was full of surprises.
Complete with ‘Frogger’ reference.
Plus the latest on other important bills wending their way through Olympia.
The Uncode will “create a space where black people can see one another.”
The Seattle author’s hit novel “Warm Bodies” is getting an ambitious sequel.
With Madame Dragon’s 60th Birthday Party, the rising star tells a story of heartbreak and imagination.
How Arrington de Dionyso got wrapped up in a twisted conspiracy theory and how he is fighting back.
The Artist Home co-founder wants a city that thinks and sings, and serves up a decent burrito.
It’s already great.
New Century Theatre Company’s production of Dan LeFranc’s play is a story of the familiar made remarkable. ACT’s take on the French aristocracy is quite the opposite.
In this week’s cover story, we invoked the Trail of Tears. We had no business doing that.
The result feels like a series of empty snapshots concerned with exposition and not emotion.
“There is no secret plan B sitting in a file drawer here.”
For the first production of a new season, the theater gives the classic a makeover.
The Seattle Rep’s production packs a punch of racial politics, but that’s not what makes it great.