The Sporting LIfe

The Accidental Cult of James Paxton

The Mariners ace is Seattle's favorite Canadian.

07/17/2018 By Eva Holland

Dirty Thirty

For 30 Years Sub Pop Has Given Us Great Music and Savvy PR

As the label celebrates its 30th birthday this month, we look at how it’s long fused art and business.

07/17/2018 By Stefan Milne

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work July 16–19

The poetry in Seattle traffic, recent developments in Russian eloquence, and learning more about moms.

07/16/2018 By Mac Hubbard

Culture Fix

Weekend What to Do July 13–15

Spend the whole weekend outside, don't recycle your milk cartons yet, and would ya look at all that free stuff.

07/13/2018 By Mac Hubbard

Festival Season

The Rise of TUFFEST

The third annual high-summer arts festival upends limited ideas about DJing.

07/12/2018 By Mac Hubbard

Red Carpet

Seattleite Rachelle Henry Is Nominated for Two Young Artist Awards

The 17-year-old writer, director, and actress will head to LA this weekend for the award show.

07/11/2018 By Katheryn Grice

Culture Fix

Entertainment Meets Advocacy at Nights at the Neptune

The Seattle Theater Group's free annual performance series returns for its sixth year.

07/10/2018 By Landon Groves

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work July 9–12

Sea changes, a patio party, and nightclub drama paired with Korean food.

07/09/2018 By Mac Hubbard

Culture Fix

Weekend What to Do July 6–8

Frida fans, high-summer photosynthesis, and dive bar survival.

07/06/2018 By Mac Hubbard

First Thursday

July Art Walk Planner

Nine abstract artists land at Davidson Galleries, while at Prographica the night sky gets geometric.

07/05/2018 By Stefan Milne

The Right Note

Pop Ballads Reigned at the Karaoke World Championship

Washingtonians descended on Eden Seattle this past weekend to prove that karaoke isn't just an off-pitch pastime.

07/03/2018 By Jaime Archer

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work July 2–5

An essayist gets lyrical about desire and NASA, Bollywood takes on America, and ghosts can dance.

07/02/2018 By Mac Hubbard

Culture Fix

Weekend What to Do June 29–July 1

An archetypical femme fatale returns to cabaret, bad movies get what they deserve, and Bill Clinton is a novelist (sort of).

06/29/2018 By Mac Hubbard

4x4

What to Do July Fourth

From the traditional to the fittingly progressive.

06/28/2018 By Seattle Met Staff

Skyline Flicks

Motif Seattle Announces Rooftop Movie Series

Through the summer Motif Seattle hotel will join your favorite things: cocktails, movies, and the outdoors.

06/27/2018 By Stefan Milne

Better Living Through Poetry

Hear Terrance Hayes Read His American Sonnets

The National Book Award winner reads from his dazzling collection of American sonnets at Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute. They might’ve been spurred by Trump but they’re bigger than that.

06/26/2018 By Stefan Milne

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work June 25–28

A former security adviser talks about the state of the world, summer dreams get wonky, and a carnival performer braves a literary stunt.

06/25/2018 By Mac Hubbard

Culture Fix

What to Do This Weekend June 22–24

Not your average readings, Ira Glass on his own life, and some of local art's brightest stars.

06/22/2018 By Mac Hubbard

Pride Guide

10 Pride Events to Catch

Besides the parade, obviously.

06/21/2018 By Mac Hubbard

Culture Fix

Lindy West Headlines Gramma Reading Series #1

The former Seattle writer, along with poet Stacey Tran, writer Kate Durbin, and dancers Fausto and Cheryl kick off the first of four Gramma Press readings.

06/20/2018 By Stefan Milne