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It took 117 years for the fine orchestra in Portland to make it to Seattle. What does this tell us about the state of our orchestras and what works to keep them vital?
Two rarely-staged, women-only, one-acts close out the Seattle Opera season in style.
Its free entry, innovative local and international exhibits and dogged commitment to community partnerships make First Hill's Frye Art Museum the best-kept secret right under everyone's nose.
The Richard Hugo House Executive Director has a taste for the lyrical. Her poetry picks and tips.
The acclaimed local actress played a breathtaking Mary, Queen of Scots in the ACT's production of "Mary Stuart." Her thoughts on acting, Seattle and dealing with rejection.
Putting a piece of Seattle history on trial, adventure-loving companies like New Century Theatre and Satori Group are making theater in unexpected places.
Bill Finger creates tiny dioramas of full scenes that he photographs to look life-sized. What drives him?
It's a throw-the-world-open kind of question, but that doesn't mean it can't be answered. Three traits that make Seattle arts, well, Seattle.
Demetri Martin at Elliott Bay, Yoga at St. Mark's, Grub's Congee pop-up and more
An acclaimed Seattle artist talks about his new work and what's ahead.
Detroit's art revival, real-life 'Spellbound,' the sculpture park seeks indigenous inspiration and women writers gather at Hugo House.
Local pros Scott Mckinley, David Reigns and Casey Sjogren aim to shoot and showcase Seattle's vibrant music scene.
Guest Opinion: A wealth of works owned by local museums like SAM and MOHAI never see the light of day. Let's try lending them to schools, libraries and other community centers so they can be appreciated.
From Chocopolis Happy Hour to Georgetown Art Walk to an Oates' reading at the Central Public Library. Our top picks for a swell, cheap weekend on the town.
Johnathan Sundstom at Book Larder, Hey Marseilles at East Street. Check out our pics for a fun and cost-effective night -- or day -- on the town.
Director Tomer Zvulun's slightly new twist on the classic tale for "everyone who has ever had their heart broken."
The story of the historic ship is lost in the art's display -- at a history museum.
An interview with Seattle's queen bee of filmmaking.