Ditch the kitsch and enjoy the symphony this yuletide season.
If you’re looking for a fresh new way to enjoy the holidays — without constructing a gingerbread house or, once again, suffering through the local production of “It’s a Wonderful Life” – these spectacular winter concerts are the perfect accompaniment to a cold, snowy evening. (more…)
The 90′s may be over, but grunge is just getting started (again).
Twenty years after the release of “Nevermind,” Nirvana’s monumental breakthrough album, Seattle grunge still lives on. (more…)
The local group concludes their 10th anniversary tour at Showbox at the Market. (more…)
Your guide to Seattle’s first annual small press fest.
It should come as no surprise that in 2011, Seattle was dubbed the second most literate city in the nation. Our city is abundant in local bookstores and public libraries, and we Seattleites are known to nerd out with Kindles in coffee shops, cart around worn copies of Danielle Steel novels and catch up on some of Allen Ginsberg’s poetry on the Light Rail. (more…)
Joe Simpson and his 11 bandmates aim to reestablish Seattle’s bygone funk scene.
Talk to Joe Simpson about music, any kind of music, and he’ll tell you just how much it was influenced by jazz and funk. Especially if the music or band you’re talking about is from Seattle. (more…)
This month, Seattle campuses host first-rate performances.
“Twelve Angry Women”
Seattle Pacific University presents “Twelve Angry Women” — a gender-swapping twist on Reginald Rose’s classic play, “Twelve Angry Men” — for two weekends this month on the James Leon Chapman Stage. (more…)
A festive celebration of Seattle’s most eclectic community.
What do you get when you take the vibrant, quirky art scene of the Capitol Hill neighborhood, throw in some local color and top it off with wine and cupcakes? The answer, of course, is Blitz Capitol Hill, the most inspired art walk you’re likely to find in the city. (more…)