Arts and Culture

In recognition of this year's International Women’s Day and its theme to "Be Bold For Change"—a call to action to help forge a better working, more gender-inclusive world—we spoke with four area female business owners about their role in Seattle's business community and more

Some performers wait in the wings as understudies—some are ready to take on the entire show. Meet the 5th Avenue Theatre’s swinger for Romy and Michele

Joy Mills and her country/roots ensemble releases its latest EP, 'Coming Up', this week, complete with a release show planned for Sunday, March 12 at Ballard's Hotel Albatross

We haven’t always been a progressive city, but Knute Berger finds hope in our continuing efforts to be better

Songs of protest at the Showbox, songs of healing at KEXP and lots of Spocks at the Convention Center

With his new solo album release, 'Trembling Frames,' singer/songwriter Lincoln Barr takes us behind-the-scenes of his album as he shares his inspirations and background

Former rocker Ron W. Bailey discovered vaudeville—and helped Seattle do the same with the Moisture Festival

Singer/songwriter Brenda Xu talks about a single from her latest album, 'Overflow.' She performs at the Fremont Abbey this Friday with Tomo Nakayama and Shenandoah Davis

Doesn't a trip to the desert sound good right about now? Just so happens the Ms square off with the San Diego Padres tomorrow in its first spring training game in Peoria, Arizona. Here's what you need to know if you want to head south to root for the home team

What to do in the days ahead: A cool film series at Northwest Film Forum, sub-aquatic rock at Seattle Aquarium and glimpse into the void at On the Boards