Countdown to Cowabunga

Stop Everything and Look at These Tiny Burger Macarons

Lady Yum will be at Cowabunga—which kicks off tomorrow!—with these adorable treats in tow.

11/09/2017 By Nosh Pit Staff

The Weekend Starts...Now

The Top Things to Do This Weekend: November 9–12

Found Footage Fest brings weird VHS to Central Cinema, artist Emily Gherard reflects on a tumultuous year, and one last chance to see Pacific Northwest Ballet's 'Her Story.'

11/09/2017 By Darren Davis

Film File

Ciao, Cinephiles! SIFF's Cinema Italian Style Starts This Week

The annual mini festival of films from the Appennine Penisula returns November 9. Here are some picks to keep on your radar.

11/08/2017 By Rosin Saez

Countdown to Cowabunga

Ice Cream Is Always a Good Idea

Three days until the meat parade.

11/07/2017 By Nosh Pit Staff

Weekday Picks

Culture Fix: November 6–10

Seattle dance duo Forthun and Rome presents 'Fables and Reality,' local filmmakers respond to the work of Andrew Wyeth, and Hugo House gets ready for its big move.

11/07/2017 By Isabel Boutiette

Countdown to Cowabunga

Barbecue in November Is Giving Us Life

Four days until the meaty, protein paradise arrives.

11/06/2017 By Nosh Pit Staff

Theater Review

'Her Story' Is Unlike Anything I've Seen on Stage

Ballet with jump scares? The Hitchcock-inspired 'Plot Point'—one of three performances in PNB's new production celebrating women choreographers—left the audience stupefied.

11/06/2017 By Darren Davis

Countdown to Cowabunga

Cowabunga Approaches with Some Serious Seattle Talent in Tow

We are exactly five days away from Seattle's meat fest. Are you ready?

11/03/2017 By Nosh Pit Staff

The Weekend Starts...Now

The Top Things to Do This Weekend: November 2–5

Henry Art Gallery celebrates 20 years of its contemporary collection, Pacific Northwest Ballet unveils "Her Story,' and one last chance to see 'Ragtime' at 5th Avenue Theatre.

11/02/2017 By Darren Davis

New Culinary Tomes

8 Pacific Northwest Cookbooks to Seek Out

Ready or not, here comes the start of the holiday shopping season. But fear not: With this trusty compendium of recently published cookbooks, you’ll be able to check off every kind of cook on your list.

11/01/2017 By Jaime Archer

Going International

Seattle Is Now an Official UNESCO City of Literature

After multiple unsuccessful bids, Seattle finally joins UNESCO's Creative Cities Network.

10/31/2017 By Darren Davis

Weekday Picks

Culture Fix: October 30–November 3

Satpreet Kahlon takes the price tag off self-worth at Gallery4Culture, the Henry Art Gallery celebrates its 90th birthday, and reporter Maria Hinojosa talks rights for undocumented immigrants.

10/30/2017 By Isabel Boutiette

This Is Not a Drill

Drop What You're Doing and Register for 'Hamilton' Tickets

Tickets go on sale November 6, but only a select number of hopefuls will be able to purchase them directly. Register now!

10/27/2017 By Darren Davis

Visual Art

Seattle Art Museum Awarded $3.5 Million for Asian Paintings Conservation Center

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation challenge grant goes towards establishing the new center inside the Seattle Asian Art Museum.

10/27/2017 By Jaime Archer

Met Picks

The Top Things to See or Do in Seattle: November 2017

Comedians Ilana Glazer and Phoebe Robinson but a generation on blast, ‘The Humans’ gives thanks (and angst) at Seattle Rep, and David Sedaris reads from his diary.

10/27/2017 By Darren Davis

Scene

All Eyes on Taylar Elizza Beth

How a local hip-hop artist’s emergence marks a larger groundswell of black femme music in Seattle.

10/27/2017 By Darren Davis

Trick or Treat Yourself

The Top Spooky Things to Do This Halloween Weekend: October 26–31

A costume climbing party (in the dark), underwater pumpkin carving at the Seattle Aquarium, and a night of musical guilty pleasures.

10/26/2017 By Seattle Met Staff

Ticket Alert

Industrial Revelation Announce Björk Tribute Show

The lauded Seattle jazz outfit will cover Bjork's 'Homogenic,' in its entirety, for the groundbreaking album's 20th anniversary.

10/25/2017 By Darren Davis

Theater Review

'Ragtime' Feels Like a Gut Punch in 2017

As a parable of racial injustice in America, 5th Avenue's stripped-down production of the Broadway classic does not shy away from its contemporary relevance.

10/25/2017 By Darren Davis

Weekday Picks

Culture Fix: October 23–27

Amy Tan excavates her childhood in 'Where the Past Begins,' Grand Illusion Cinema hosts a spooky b-movie double feature, and Stas THEE Boss releases her debut solo album.

10/23/2017 By Isabel Boutiette