Listen to local literary luminaries, marvel at Marc Maron's unique brand of comedy and dress up for a great cause
Comedy and cooking are meant for each other—and I don’t just mean in the way that it’s laughable how bad I am in the kitchen.
You don't have to be in love to feel the love
What to do this Saturday, and beyond, in Seattle
What to do this weekend in Seattle.
The best tech-related events, and an interview with hilarious novelist Maria Semple
If you need a break from Seattle’s unfailing earnestness, let your irreverent side fly free at Laugh Riot, the monthly alternative comedy showcase that takes place at Capitol Hill’s Chop Suey (9/2. 9 p.m. $5.
When comedian/musician Reggie Watts begins his act, he might have a British accent—but that won’t last long. Soon his inflection morphs into that of a typical American rapper, or maybe the stentorian tones of a commercial advertiser.