Arts & Culture

A Day in the Life

Seattle Drag Queen Cookie Couture Spills the Tea

Local drag performer Cookie Couture dishes on everything from her favorite foundation to the snacks she brings along to live shows.

03/28/2022 By Sophie Grossman

Ticket Alert

Tickets for the Seattle Production of Hamilton On Sale March 28

Where can you buy tickets to the Pulitzer Prize–winning Lin Manuel Miranda musical, running August 3–September 11 at the Paramount Theatre.

03/25/2022 By Sophie Grossman

Trivial Pursuit

The Seattleite's Guide to Bar Trivia

Trivia night is on all across the city, mostly on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from Ballard to Capitol Hill and beyond.

03/23/2022 Edited by Sophie Grossman With Jaime Archer

Expansion Rumors

Will Seattle's Next Pro Sports Team Be In...Women's Hockey?

Move aside NBA. Seattle's next professional sports team might just be in women's hockey, on the heels of the Seattle Kraken's arrival.

03/23/2022 By Angela Cabotaje

Save the Date

Queer/Pride Festival and Cuff Festival Announce 2022 Lineup

Iggy Azalea, Kim Petras, and Princess Nokia will perform at one of Seattle's biggest summer Pride events this year.

03/22/2022 By Sophie Grossman

Brick Head

Tickets for Brick Fest Live On Sale Today

The exhibition of life-size Lego creations comes through Puyallup the first weekend of August and is a great summer activity for kids and families.

03/21/2022 By Sophie Grossman

Moving the Needle

Two Generations of Female Tattoo Artists Propel the Industry Forward

Madame Lazonga and Lolli Morlock are two of the many artists carving a new path for women and queer people in a once male-dominated field.

03/21/2022 By Sophie Grossman Photography by Daniel Berman

Arts and Minds

In The Public Eye: A Look at Seattle Through Art Installations

From Rachel the Pig at Pike Place to the BLM mural, Seattle is connected by a thread of new and historic artworks that tell the story of our city.

03/18/2022 By Sophie Grossman Photography by Chona Kasinger

Hoopsla

A Seattleite's Rooting Guide for March Madness

None of Seattle's schools made the Big Dance, but there are still plenty of locals competing in the 2022 NCAA hoops tournament.

03/17/2022 By Benjamin Cassidy

A bit of every-thing

Thing Is Back with a Lineup Geared Toward Music Discovery

Sasquatch!'s spiritual successor brings headliners Jungle, Modest Mouse, and Father John Misty to historic Fort Worden, along with visual arts programming.

03/15/2022 By Taylor McKenzie Gerlach

Hot stuff

Bridgerton Is Back for a Steamy Second Season

Seattle author Julia Quinn, the voice behind the sexy and groundbreaking Shonda Rhimes show, is enjoying the ride.

03/15/2022 By Allison Williams

Who Run the World

The Future of Seattle Hockey Is Female

From the Western Washington Female Hockey Association to the Seattle Kraken, local organizations are finding new ways to expand hockey in Seattle.

03/11/2022 By Angela Cabotaje

SNEAKER WAVE

Breanna Stewart and eBay Prove More WNBA Players Need Signature Shoes

The Storm's Breanna Stewart, the first WNBA player in over a decade to land a signature shoe deal, partners with eBay to highlight women-designed sneakers.

03/09/2022 By Zoe Sayler

Danger Less

Things Seattle Will Miss about Russell Wilson

His juice bar, his penchant for romance, and, oh, that whole winning the Super Bowl thing.

03/08/2022 By Allison Williams

Ticket Alert

Fisherman’s Village Music Festival Is Yet Another Reason to Love Spring

The May 19 festival in Everett features Seattle rock band Deep Sea Diver, Portland indie artist Haley Heynderickx, and a host of other acts.

03/07/2022 By Sophie Grossman

War Stories

A Seattle Author Traces His Family's Holocaust Survival in Soviet Ukraine

Maksim Goldenshteyn's So They Remember chronicles an overlooked atrocity in an area facing similar peril today.

03/07/2022 By Benjamin Cassidy

Now Playing

Why KEXP Is Still Seattle's Indie Radio Station

Looking back at 50 years on the airwaves, 90.3FM can afford to stay weird.

03/07/2022 By Sophie Grossman Illustrations by Jordan Kay

32 And Me

Today Is Kraken Day—Here's How to Celebrate

Seattle's NHL team is making March 2 all about their fans with discounts, freebies, and giveaways around town, from hockey bars to the Iceplex.

03/02/2022 By Seattle Met Staff

Seattle on TV

Luke Kolpin, Seattle’s Top Chef Contestant, Prepares for Prime Time

He cooked at Canlis, then spent nearly nine years at Noma in Copenhagen. He makes his TV debut March 3 on Bravo's wildly popular reality cooking show.

03/02/2022 By Ann Karneus

Indie City

Day In Day Out Announces 2022 Lineup

The Seattle summer music festival, which debuted in the absence of Capitol Hill Block Party last year, announces headliners Mitski and Mac DeMarco.

03/01/2022 By Sophie Grossman