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The Home Shows at Safeco Field weren’t about the band’s legacy, but that of the genre as a whole.
With a lively crowd on hand, the Council unanimously voted to delay any demolition of the venue by 10 months.
A look back at the high points of Sub Pop’s 30th anniversary blowout.
To celebrate the record label’s 30th anniversary, we attempt to pick the best song from every year of its existance.
Now, Now lost its way for years, unexpectedly building a ravenous pop rock fanbase in absentia.
Who to see at this year’s edition of Seattle’s urban music fest.
Writer/director Bo Burnham and star Elsie Fisher discuss making and living one of the year’s best films.
The Seattle trio isn’t afraid to get dirty on its new album, ‘Garbage People.’
Steve Martin and Martin Short discuss bringing their two-man comedy extravaganza back to Seattle.
Make the most of the sunny season with artistic activities that don’t cost a dime.
ACE Comic Con heads to Seattle this week with a stripped down, star-focused model. Will it work?
In it’s current form, the Pioneer Square music festival lacks energy and identity. (Plus, a photo recap of last weekend’s action.)
Journey from Wakanda to a galaxy far, far away with this year’s summer film slate.
Judging which Seattle activities are actually worth your time during the sunny season.
Preparing for a summer of fun, meaningful baseball.
A look back on the weekend’s musical festivities in terms of captivation.
Plan your trip to The Gorge with our picks for the weekend’s can’t-miss acts.
Our picks for the essential open air music experiences of the season.
Don’t miss these rising Seattle artists during festival season.
Seattle music scene utility player Matt Batey steps into the spotlight with his new indie rock album for Barsuk Records.