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Thumbnail for - George Lopez Discusses How Social Media Has Changed Comedy
Apr 1, 2014
Comedy
We chat with the comedian before his standup show at the Moore Theatre.
Thumbnail for - What Happens at the Seattle Anarchist Book Fair?
Aug 21, 2013
Books & Talks
Before the anarchists descend on Seattle Center, we have a mildly antagonistic chat with one of the anonymous organizers.
Thumbnail for - Still Daydream Believing: A Q&A with the Monkees' Micky Dolenz
Aug 15, 2013
Concerts
The singer discusses the band's enduring appeal and becoming a delivery system for fans' memories.
Thumbnail for - Meshell Ndegeocello Mentors Seattle Youth Musicians
May 6, 2013
In Training
We asked one of the students to interview her coach before Friday's performance at the Moore.
Thumbnail for - On Tour with Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
Feb 12, 2013
Seattle Sound
The Seattle hip-hop duo is no. 1 from New York to Australia. We chat with Lewis about life on the road.
Thumbnail for - Points of Reference: Jonathan Coulton’s Artifical Heart
Jun 20, 2012
Power of Pop Culture
Those not entrenched in geek culture probably haven’t heard of Jonathan Coulton (though his bearded mug did grace the cover of the arts section of yesterday’s The New York Times). The New York...
Thumbnail for - Minus the Bear, 10 Years Later
Nov 10, 2011
Local Music
  Ten years ago, Minus the Bear was just a fledgling Seattle indie band. Or, more specifically, five dudes who hung out in a bar all the time, trying to crack an inundated local music scene with...
Thumbnail for - Jane Espenson Is a Grown-Up Girl Geek
Oct 5, 2011
Interview
If you’ve ever watched Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Battlestar Galactica, or Game of Thrones, guess what: You’re probably a geek. It also means you’ve seen episodes penned by Jane Espenson, a...
Thumbnail for - Q&A: Chris Cleave, Author of Little Bee
May 11, 2011
Books & Talks
London-based author Chris Cleave flies into town this week to talk about his 2009 novel Little Bee, the year’s Seattle Reads pick by Seattle Public Library. Though the Brit’s book topics tend to...
Thumbnail for - Queen of the Night: Q&A with The Magic Flute’s Emily Hindrichs
May 4, 2011
Opera Preview
When Mozart’s fairy tale The Magic Flute opens at McCaw Hall this Saturday, soprano Emily Hindrichs will make her Seattle Opera debut as the infamous Queen of the Night. (The part is shared with...
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