Celebrity Interview

Interview: Broken Lizard

Comedy group behind Super Troopers brings the "shenanigans" to Seattle

11/17/2009 By Laura Dannen

Article

Screen Player

Mark Vrieling, who launched ScreenPlay in 1990, streams video to thousands of stores. And he’s not done yet.

11/17/2009 By Manny Frishberg

On the Town

Red Hot

Seattle’s John Myhre dissects his design work in the new movie Nine starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Marion Cotillard, Nicole Kidman, and Penélope Cruz.

11/17/2009 By Matthew Halverson

Tight-Wallet Tuesdays

Deal of the Week: Give Seattle

Listen to 30+ tracks from local bands — plus, your money goes to charity

11/17/2009 By Laura Dannen

Article

A Germaphobe Is Born

Swine flue has a newly paranoid germophobe pondering, What’s worse: pandemic or fear of pandemic?

11/17/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

On The Town

Truthiness

In the Akira Kurosawa-Toshiro Mifune movie Rashomon, four witnesses offer four differing accounts to tell the story of a man murdered and his wife raped by a bandit.

11/17/2009 By Laura Dannen

Article

The Perfect Party

This month’s party guests: Amber Lancster, David Fleming, Richard Price, Mike Gillis, Stephanie Hervey, Bob Saget, Grace Crunican, and Steve Wiecking.

11/17/2009

Article

Don’t Miss Mondays: Artifacts of Consequence

It’s the apocalypse (live!) at Little Theatre

11/16/2009 By Laura Dannen

Article

Review: Abe Lincoln in Illinois

Show’s run at Intiman Theatre extended through THURSDAY.

11/16/2009 By Laura Dannen

Article

Interview with Two Vampires

New Twilight cast members come to Seattle

11/16/2009 By Laura Dannen

Article

The Collector

When a St. Louis art lover made Seattle his home, it was our city’s gain.

11/16/2009 By Steve Wiecking

Slideshow

Met Picks: Visual Arts

11/13/2009

Article

Met Picks: Visual Arts

Western Bridge gallery feeds your mind…and your stomach

11/13/2009 By Laura Dannen

Article

Met Picks: For the Kids

Peter Pan opens at the Seattle Center TONIGHT

11/13/2009 By Laura Dannen

Feature

The Movie Seattle Saved

Thirty years ago, The Stunt Man starring Peter O'Toole was gathering dust in a vault. Its producers hated it and no studio would touch it. Then Seattle audiences made it the star of one of Hollywood’s greatest underdog stories.

11/13/2009 By Matthew Halverson

Feature

Home Movies

The world knows we’re a movie-loving city, but Seattle has a criminally unheralded history as a movie making city, too. Here are our picks for the 11 films, in chronological order, that defined Seattle’s cinematic persona—and 10 more guilty pleasures th

11/13/2009 By Steve Wiecking

Article

Met Picks: Last Chance!

Don’t miss these shows, now in their final weekend

11/12/2009 By Laura Dannen

Article

Met Picks: Music

Your best entertainment bets Nov 12-15

11/12/2009 By Laura Dannen

Slideshow

Slide Show: Happy Hour Outings

11/12/2009

Article

Happy Hour Outings

Make a night of it: beer, bowling and literati on Capitol Hill

11/12/2009 By Kristin Cordova