WHAT I REMEMBER IS THIS: a lot of dancers running and lunging across the stage, hunching and scrunching in no discernible pattern or story while the recorded soundtrack screeched and sawed in no discernible relation to the movement or a...
Fan mail for the Elwha River dams, a libertarian view of bike helmets, and one artistic insight.
Roberto Salmerón, owner of Capitol Hill restaurant Tacos Chukís, found his future in the Tijuana street food of his youth.
Skillet, the Airstream trailer that kicked off our food truck obsession opens permanently on Capitol Hill with Skillet Diner.
Stopsky’s Deli, a Northwest-fresh rendition of a Jewish deli in Mercer Island’s burgeoning commercial district.
Is Seattle’s jam-band jester Dave Matthews gunning for Bumbershoot?
In Jim Davidson’s The Ledge: An Adventure Story of Friendship and Survival on Mount Rainier, two climbers’ lifelong dream of summiting Mount Rainier goes awry.
Three tips from Frye Museum exhibition designer Shane Montgomery.
Spencer Elden, the model on the cover of Nirvana’s Nevermind, which was released 20 years ago on September 24. Elden was interviewed by film editor Barry O’Donnell last year.
The best of Seattlemet.com blogs: Nosh Pit, Culture Fiend, Sauced, and Wear What When.
This month’s party guests: Anna Faris, Tarvaris Jackson, Marilyn Takemaru, Daryl Hall and John Oates, Samantha Paul, and Pete Holmes.
A guide to the fresh faces and new spaces in the coming cultural season: Ludovic Morlot, Seattle Symphony’s new conductor; nongallery art venues like Robert Yoder’s Season; a spontaneous theater collective, Sandbox Radio Live; and the 60 best
IN THE U.S. DEBUT of his visually stunning ISAM tour, Brazilian-born DJ Amon Tobin spins from within a trippy 3D matrix of glowing cubes and flashing projections at the Paramount Theatre on September 29. It’s more than a rave—it’s art.
Jamie Ewing made the move from fashion—he spent the ’80s and ’90s designing menswear for the Barneys line Basco and the cult label WilliWearn—to education four years ago. So what does he wear to school?
With the first stateside Nordic Fashion Biennale, Ballard’s Nordic Heritage Museum hosts big, bright ideas about fashion from the newest voices of the Old World.
At just over 4,000 acres, Red Mountain is Washington’s smallest AVA. But ton for ton, its cab, merlot, and syrah grapes are among the most precious and pricey in the state—yielding wines of amazing structure and complexity and attracting some of...