Stories from Seattle: “Venues in Seattle are Going to Close”

Steven Severin, co-owner of Neumos, is fighting to keep the music alive


Seattle Opera’s Lullaby of Bird

Thanks to musical pacing issues and stylized staging, 'Charlie Parker’s Yardbird' is a brief opera but not a fast-moving one


This Week in Seattle Shows: ‘Fleabag,’ ACT’s Solo Fest and More

You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll feel less alone in your failure to adult


DIY Opera ‘#adulting’ Explores Growing Up, the Seattle Way

With an eclectic score and absurdist humor, Lowbrow Opera Collective makes fringe theater out of their own lives


Taylor Mac’s Over-the-top Holiday Show Celebrates the Season in Style

Catch 'Holiday Sauce' in Seattle this month

Young male dj works in modern broadcasting studio

5 Seattle-area Record Labels You Should Know

When it comes to independent record labels, Sub Pop isn’t the only game in town

The Falling and the Rising

Seattle Opera Gives Veterans a Voice

A new one-act, 'The Falling and the Rising', tells the stories of those who serve


A ‘Beautiful’ Debut at Seattle’s Can Can Culinary Cabaret

Singer Renee Holiday, née Shaprece, is back in town to share a story of transformation with Seattle audiences


Beyond Dead White Guys: Byron Schenkman Expands Classical Music

The musician and music director’s latest program, this Sunday at Benaroya Hall, explores connections among Czech composer Antonin Dvorak and pioneering American composers of color