Curtain Call

Teatro Zinzanni to Close Through the Summer

The show goes on until February 16. After that, it takes a hiatus for construction of a new headquarters.

02/05/2020 By Marisa Comeau-Kerege

PALENTINE'S DAY

Valentine's Day Plans for the Slightly Romance-Averse Seattleite

The idea of a candlelit dinner doesn't make you gag, necessarily... But these plans look way more fun.

02/05/2020 By Nicole Martinson

The Sun's Zoomin' In

This Year, KEXP’s International Clash Day Is for the Climate

The station's yearly radio ode to the band and its activism has a single theme for the first time.

02/05/2020 By Stefan Milne

Arts Notice

Burien's Latinx Museum Focuses on Migrant Experiences

My visit to the Sea Mar Museum of Chicano/a/Latino/a Culture was strikingly moving.

02/04/2020 By Charlie Lahud-Zahner

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work February 3–6

R&B tunes address mental health, a silent film bumps a Renaissance soundtrack, and SAM hosts a village celebration.

02/03/2020 By Nicole Pasia

Monthly Planner

The Top Things to Do in Seattle This February

The Asian Art Museum returns, a jazz legend gets operatic, and Tim and Eric demand your attendance.

01/31/2020 By Stefan Milne

Culture Fix

Weekend What to Do January 31–February 2

Scarecrow previews the Academy Awards, Charlie Parker takes over the Laser Dome, and the Burke catalogues its own construction.

01/31/2020 By Ryan Phelan

The Sporting Life

Your Seattle Super Bowl Rooting Guide

With the Seahawks sitting at home, here are a few players to cheer on this Sunday.

01/30/2020 By Ryan Phelan

Ticket Alert

Sarah Galvin Is Hosting a Cabaret at Re-Bar

And she's enlisted a rad and eclectic group of performers.

01/28/2020 By Stefan Milne

Lauded Locals

Brandi Carlile Scored Again at the Grammys

This time as Tanya Tucker's songwriter. "Chris Cornell" also took home an award.

01/27/2020 By Stefan Milne

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work January 27–30

A musical therapy session, a sci-fi nerd's literary dream, and Seattle's year in photos.

01/27/2020 By Nicole Pasia

Colorful Symphony

Seattle’s Rainbow City Performing Arts Blends Artistry and Inclusivity

“Welcome and good evening, beautiful artists,” is the anthem of Seattle's LGBTQ-centered music ensembles.

01/24/2020 By Nicole Pasia

Culture Fix

Weekend What to Do January 24–26

The Lunar New Year rings in at the Wing, Seattle Symphony goes baroque, and beer gets Belgian at Seattle Center.

01/24/2020 By Ryan Phelan

Nostalgia Dosing

Lasting Memories of Félix Hernández's Mariners Career

Even without a playoff appearance, King Félix leaves Seattle a legend.

01/23/2020 By Benjamin Cassidy

Arts Notice

Drama Tops, This Is for You Grapples With Masculinity

Local choreographer Elby Brosch explores male goodness and toxicity in his new piece. Think that sounds super serious? It’s co-directed by BenDeLaCreme.

01/23/2020 By Stefan Milne

quiet enjoyment

Ings Is Throwing a Hygge Party at Fremont Abbey

The local “lullaby rock” artist enlisted Tomo Nakayama and Sophia Duccini for an evening of assertive coziness.

01/22/2020 By Stefan Milne

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work January 20–23

A transcontinental dinner, a tech-industry takedown, and the return of Peat Week.

01/20/2020 By Nicole Pasia

Culture Fix

Weekend What to Do January 17–19

Cold War Kids test their longevity at the Neptune, Mystery Science Theater 3000 stops by on tour, and Elton John gets the laser treatment at Pacific Science ...

01/17/2020 By Ryan Phelan

Peripatetic Local

Rick Steves Brings Politics and Cheer to Seattle Symphony

First, a show with the Seattle Symphony on music’s nationalist powers; next, a Town Hall showing of his new doc. It’s basically Rick Steves’s Seattle.

01/16/2020 By Stefan Milne

Moving On

The 4 Biggest Questions Facing the Seahawks This Offseason

From keeping Clowney to protecting Russ, these are the big questions Seahawks leadership will have to answer.

01/15/2020 By Ryan Phelan