An episode in which Anthony Bourdain smokes a ton of weed, talks tech bros and serial killers, and gets very nostalgic about...something.
The annual mini festival of films from the Appennine Penisula returns November 9. Here are some picks to keep on your radar.
Three decades after its creation in Seattle, the cinnamon roll purveyor maintains a novel sway over our appetites and, thanks to a certain flamboyant, corrupt attorney, some unexpected TV fame.
The voice of Thunderpussy pulls back the curtain on the Seattle-filmed sci-fi musical, which screens at the Northwest Film Forum this weekend.
Ever want to become that special sort of famous? This might be your best shot.
Three major arts nonprofits join forces this week to showcase films by female-identifying artists.
Summer In The City
Bust out the lawn chairs and curl up with a blanket for some cinema under the stars.
This Sunday, witness the return of David Lynch's cult classic at these local watering holes. There will be cherry pie specials and damn fine coffee cocktails, obviously.
Liz Weber and Darren Davis
With 400 films on the docket, you'll need time to plan out your fest before grabbing tickets.
The veteran actor rolls into town with a filmed version of 'Citizen Twain,' the one-man show in which Val Kilmer is Mark Twain. What else do you need to know?
Talking about writing about watching with 'The New Yorker' TV critic before she visits town for Seattle Arts and Lectures 'Women You Need to Know' series.
Seattle's five council women received an invitation after their appearance on Full Frontal last year.
It was just a little cult TV show a quarter century ago, but Twin Peaks' aesthetic came to define North Bend. Now that the series is back, the sleepy suburb is back in the spotlight.
The Judd Apatow–produced comedy tells the real story of Kumail Nanjiani ('Silicon Valley') falling for his wife as she was falling ill.
An Orchestration of Ice and Fire
We chat with the man behind the hit TV show's music before the Game of Thrones Live Concert Experience stops in Seattle.
Screen Time Savant
The latest guidelines for kids and media use began with pushback from one local researcher.
Hopefully the ‘X-Files’ star will tackle these cases when he comes to town in February to play a concert with his band.
With a major tax credit about to expire, the industry has its back against the wall.
Bidding a less than fond farewell to the reality show's stint in Seattle.
Another cast member leaves the house and a relationship turns ugly.