Theater Review

Spirits, Sex, and Chaos at Pacific Northwest Ballet

This year's Director's Choice, which ends on Sunday, March 25, is an eclectic tasting menu of ballet with a wild finish.

03/23/2018 By Darren Davis

Around the World in Many Days

The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race Is Headed for Seattle

When a fleet of globe-sailing yachts arrives in April, don’t be surprised if you decide to join a crew.

03/23/2018 By Allison Williams

Culinary Cinema

SIFF Lines Up Food and Drink Films for the Coming Festival

An ode to the scotch whisky industry. A Bavarian barman visits the most prestigious bars in the world. A look into the universe of Michelin stars. The annual...

03/22/2018 By Rosin Saez

Culture Fix

Things to Do After Work: March 19–23

Seattle Art Museum screens an Alfred Hitchcock classic, MoPop relives iconic television shows from the 1990's, and 5th Avenue Theatre presents 'Ride the Cyclone'

03/19/2018 By Kaelan Hicks

Festival Season

Upstream Music Fest and Summit 2018 Announces Full Lineup

The second annual Pioneer Square festival features Miguel, the Flaming Lips, and a reunited Jawbreaker along with hundreds of other acts.

03/15/2018 By Darren Davis

Culture Fix

Things to Do After Work: March 12–16

Shadow puppets interpret epic poetry,' the Seattle Symphony takes on a classic, and author Apricot Irving discusses how Haiti transformed her missionary upbringing.

03/12/2018 By Kaelan Hicks


Ichiro's Back! Celebrate by Watching These Highlight Clips

It's official: The Seattle Mariners signed star outfielder Ichiro Suzuki to a one-year deal, bringing the 44 year old back home to close out his career. Roll the footage!

03/07/2018 By Darren Davis

Party People

Father John Misty to Headline Capitol Hill Block Party 2018

The partial lineup announcement for the 22nd annual Block Party also includes Dillon Francis, Brockhampton, Dude York and many more.

03/06/2018 By Darren Davis


NPR: Sherman Alexie's Accusers Come Forward

Three prominent authors spoke on the record.

03/05/2018 By Hayat Norimine

Culture Fix

Things to Do After Work: March 5–9

Learn the history and techniques behind Plateau-style weaving, keep the Amazon debate alive with KUOW, and sing happy birthday to Dino's Tomato Pie.

03/05/2018 By Kaelan Hicks

Come Home Russ

Watch Russell Wilson Strike Out in His First At-Bat as a Yankee

The sight of our Seahawks quarterback in a New York Yankees uniform during spring training is confusing.

03/02/2018 By Darren Davis


Sherman Alexie Responds to Sexual Harassment Rumors

There are women telling the truth about my behavior and I have no recollection of physically or verbally threatening anybody or their careers."

03/01/2018 By Hayat Norimine

The Weekend Starts...Now

The Top Things to Do This Weekend: March 1–4

Pulitzer Prize–winner Tyehimba Jess talks poetry, Emerald City Comic Con fills downtown Seattle with cosplayers, and the legendary Herbie Hancock brings down the house at McCaw Hall.

03/01/2018 By Darren Davis

Strings Attached

Inside the World of Competitive Yo-Yo

Relive last weekend's Pacific Northwest Regional Yo-Yo Championships and meet the competitors who made it spin.

02/28/2018 By Trevor Keaton Pogue

Culture Fix

Things to Do After Work: February 26–March 2

Enjoy a bit of opera with your Shakespeare, visit the Grand Canyon at Benaroya Hall, and celebrate Girl Scout Cookie season with Samoa and Thin Mint–inspired food and cocktails.

02/27/2018 By Kaelan Hicks

Dark Horse Dancer

After Years Orbiting the Spotlight, Choreographer Kim Lusk Prepares for Her First Full-Length Show

“When she’s creating a performance, she knows it’s completed by and with the people watching.”

02/27/2018 By Darren Davis

SHade Index

Rejected Characters from the Grey’s Anatomy Spin-Off

The show that chronicled a fictional Seattle hospital’s high-stakes surgeries and breakroom hookups debuts a firefighter-based offshoot, Station 19, on March 22. Here are a few TV tropes that didn’t make the cut.

02/27/2018 By Seattle Met Staff

Hidden Seattle

These Shops and Restaurants Are Out of Sight—Literally

Look up. Or beneath your feet—maybe down that alley? These bars, boutiques, and arts spaces aren’t immediately visible from the street.

02/27/2018 By Seattle Met Staff

Major League Malaise

The Mariners Have the Longest Playoff Drought Across All Professional Sports in the U.S.

Seattle fans should own it with pride.

02/27/2018 By Darren Davis

Met Picks

The Top Things to See and Do in Seattle: Spring 2018

A guide to getting your arts and culture fix, be it a packed Pink show at KeyArena or a new take on Macbeth at Seattle Rep.

02/27/2018 By Darren Davis