Tonight Out

A Magnet, a Songwriting King and Two Queens

Or, Picks for a Tuesday in Seattle

05/12/2009 By Steve Wiecking

Tonight

She Knows a Heartache When She Sings One

And you’ll know Jennifer Warnes when you hear her

05/11/2009 By Steve Wiecking

Out and About

Steve Earle Plays Easy Street Tonight

He’s singing his Townes songs

05/11/2009 By Steve Wiecking

Film Review

They’re Givin’ It All She’s Got!

Star Trek works very hard to please its fans

05/08/2009 By Steve Wiecking

The Weekend Out

Met Picks

Your best entertainment bets May 7 through May 9

05/06/2009 By Steve Wiecking

Arts News

Seattle’s Broadway Babies

Tony nominations include several local names, shows

05/05/2009 By Steve Wiecking

Theater Review

Some Beautiful Things

Book-It’s latest overcomes a lightweight adaptation

05/01/2009 By Steve Wiecking

Met Pick

Jurassic Lark

Walking With Dinosaurs will thrill the kids

04/30/2009 By Steve Wiecking

The Weekend Out

Met Picks

Your best entertainment bets April 29 through May 3

04/28/2009 By Steve Wiecking

Slideshow

Slide Show: Met Picks

04/28/2009

Arts News

Does Tacoma Have Talent?

America’s Got Talent hopes so

04/24/2009 By Steve Wiecking

Ticket Alert

Doctor His Eyes

Jackson Browne headlines at two summer concert series

04/24/2009 By Steve Wiecking

Web exclusive

Four Questions For… Jan Fabre

Belgian maverick Jan Fabre, a choreographer, playwright, director, and designer, has been shocking audiences for nearly four decades. Now he’s touring internationally with his stage company Troubelyn for the theater and dance amalgam Orgy of Toleran

04/24/2009 By Christopher Werner

Snapshots

Fab Frolics

Photographs from Seattle fundraisers and benefits, including: Twenty Twenty Revue; Grace Notes; Sixth Annual Steps to Healing Auction; Thrive!; Wish Night Gala and Auction; Talk of the Town Gala Dinner Parties; Lifelong AIDS Alliance Black Tie Bingo; JDRF

04/23/2009

Passing Through

Munchkin for Life

Oz veteran Margaret Pelligrini, the youngest remaining munchkin from the 1939 movie classic The Wizard of Oz, lands in the Emerald City.

04/23/2009 By Steve Wiecking

Article

The Not-So-Final Frontier

An interview with science-fiction writer Vonda N. McIntyre, whose 1986 novel Enterprise: The First Adventure, provided the backstory to the new movie Star Trek.

04/23/2009

Slideshow

Slide Show: Fab Frolics

Photographs from Seattle fundraisers and benefits, including: Twenty Twenty Revue; Grace Notes; Sixth Annual Steps to Healing Auction; Thrive!; Wish Night Gala and Auction; Talk of the Town Gala Dinner Parties; Lifelong AIDS Alliance Black Tie Bingo; JDRF

04/23/2009

Arts News

Seeing Theater in Black and White

Bartlett Sher’s Broadway triumph causes controversy

04/23/2009 By Steve Wiecking

True Crime

Last Comic Landing

D. B. Cooper, Seattle’s most famous criminal, may have taken his cues from an obscure French comic book: Dan Cooper, about a Canadian Air Force test pilot.

04/23/2009

On the Town

Puppet People

An exhibit at the Frye Art Museum includes notables like Nathalie Djurberg, William Kentridge, and Dennis Oppenheim. Sculptures, videos, and photographs examine themes of manipulation and control through puppetry.

04/22/2009 By Christopher Werner