Article

Good Wheel Ambassadors

The refugees, members of Burma’s long-suffering Karen minority, needed a way to get from their Tukwila apartments to work, school, and P-Patch.

12/18/2008

Article

Their Friends and Neighbors

New Century Theatre Company puts The Adding Machine to work

12/17/2008 By Steve Wiecking

Article

What Flies Beneath

Mountain biking goes sub-terrain-ian at the I-5 Colonnade.

12/15/2008

Article

All Dolled Up

When a young girl came home from school in tears, her mother launched an ethnic pride campaign.

12/13/2008 By Terri Chung

PASSING THROUGH

Wait, Wait… She’ll Tell You

Comedian Paula Poundstone knows the answers—but not the questions.

12/13/2008 By Steve Wiecking

Style Counsel

From Russia with Style

A conversation with arts patrons Yelena and Igor Klimenkoff.

12/13/2008 By Laura Cassidy

Article

Field of Screams

The coach Husky fans love to hate finally gets some competition.

12/13/2008 By Matthew Halverson

Article

Bad to the Bone?

Meet Simon. Lean in Closer. She won’t bite.

12/13/2008 By Megan Clark

Article

His and Hers

John Kelly makes his own kind of music, Joni Mitchell’s way.

12/09/2008 By Steve Wiecking

Slideshow

Slide Show: 50 Most Influential Musicians

Rock guitarists, jazz singers, folk pioneers, world-class cellists and more—these are the people who changed the sound of our lives.

12/09/2008

Article

50 Most Influential Musicians

Rock guitarists, jazz singers, folk pioneers, world-class cellists and more—these are the people who changed the sound of our lives.

12/09/2008 By Steve Wiecking, Bart Blasengame, Peter Blecha, Gillian Gaar, Hannah Levin, Michaelangelo Matos, Thomas May, Kurt B. Reighley, Riz Rollins, and John Ross

Article

American Idolatry

With his mile-wide smile, unreliable voice, and parade of hairdos, Sanjaya Malakar became a star—and a pop culture punch line—on American Idol. Now, with his sister Shyamali always at his side, he’s made a TV commercial and written a book, and waits for

12/09/2008 By Emily White

Article

What a Hoot!

How Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie caught the hootenanny spirit in Seattle.

12/08/2008 By Eric Scigliano

Article

Green and Blues Brother

Rocking out with Seattle’s singing Seahawk.

12/08/2008 By Jim Gullo

Article

The Sound of Windows

Microsoft’s tuneful team showers your yuletide with geek-love cheer.

12/08/2008 By Cherise Watts

Style Counsel

Body Electric

A conversation with political pop duo Team Gina.

12/08/2008 By Laura Cassidy

Article

In a Meinert Key

Rock promoter, hip-hop impresario, political powerhouse—activist and entrepreneur David Meinert has shaped Seattle’s music scene.

12/08/2008 By Michael Hood

Article

Site of the Living Dead

How a logging town turned vampire lit into tourism lifeblood.

12/08/2008 By Heather Larson

Article

A Man of Air and Shadows

Michael Gruber, Seattle’s secret best-selling novelist, seemed to be living the writer’s dream. And then he tried to put his name on the books he wrote, and everything changed. The dark tales he’d carried inside for three decades started to come out....

08/01/2007 By Jim Gullo

Article

Back From the Dead

Washington’s battered film industry finds new energy, new talent, new funding, and some horrific inspiration from H. P. Lovecraft.

08/01/2007 By Lia Steakley Dicker