Lots of local bands in Everett, high-end sustainable fashion and a few tear jerkers that remind us we're all in this together
Meet a Muslim at the movies, marvel at the music of Rickie Lee Jones and Madeleine Peyroux and take in a classic flick at an equally classic, West Seattle movie house
Dig dinos at the Burke, try some pie on 3.14 and get your geek on
It’s time to spring forward (literally this Sunday, you guys) and plan your arts calendar for the sunny (well, sunnier) season. We’ve sifted through everything that’s coming up and selected the spring shows you’ve got to see
A few years ago, no one was streaming new content from Amazon. But Roy Price is changing that, and in the process, Amazon Studios is racking up attention—and awards
SIFF is advertising for a new top dog: In a startling yet understandable move, Seattle International Film Festival chief curator and festival director Carl Spence is leaving his job after 13 years.
When Landmark Theatres closed the Egyptian Theatre in June 2013, many locals proclaimed it a death knell for authentic Capitol Hill.