Urbanism

City Canon: Tinder Is a Metaphor

Swiping and categorizing Seattleites.

02/12/2016 By Anand Balasubrahmanyan

Arts & Culture

Lemolo Lands Gigs at Neumos and Showbox

With KEXP hit, dreamy pop duo scores opening gigs for the Maldives and Head and the Heart.

04/04/2011 By Anand Balasubrahmanyan

Arts & Culture

Eugene Mirman's Absurdist Stand Up at the Crocodile

When he tears into the game truth or dare, it's because the dares aren't real enough for him.

04/01/2011 By Anand Balasubrahmanyan

Arts & Culture

It Gets Better, the Book

Dan Savage and his partner Terry Miller read from It Gets Better, the book.

03/29/2011 By Anand Balasubrahmanyan

Arts & Culture

The Jewish Film Festival at SIFF

The Round Up—a dark chapter in France's history.

03/28/2011 By Anand Balasubrahmanyan

Arts & Culture

Minimal Messiah: Electronic Musician Frank Bretschneider at the Baltic Room

Message board legend, electronic composer Frank Bretschneider plays the Baltic room.

03/25/2011 By Anand Balasubrahmanyan

Arts & Culture

Adapting Suburbs in the 21st Century

With city and state budgets shrinking, American architects are faced with a star-spangled nightmare of inefficient infrastructure: suburban sprawl.

03/23/2011 By Anand Balasubrahmanyan

Arts & Culture

The Most Human Human: Author Brian Christian at Elliot Bay Books

Seattle science writer and poet Brian Christian on the nature of language and consciousness.

03/22/2011 By Anand Balasubrahmanyan

Arts & Culture

Lyrical Love at the Northwest Film Forum

Heartbeats centers on a young Montreal love triangle as emotions simmer and mope.

03/21/2011 By Anand Balasubrahmanyan

Arts & Culture

It's (Arthur) Miller Time

The Intiman revisions Arthur Miller's classic.

03/18/2011 By Anand Balasubrahmanyan

Arts & Culture

Author Téa Obreht at Elliott Bay Books

Tea Obreht , the youngest member of The New Yorker's "20 Under 40" list of exceptional writers, brings her studied prose to Elliott Bay Books.

03/15/2011 By Anand Balasubrahmanyan

Arts & Culture

Chaos Boss: Author James Gleick at Town Hall

Journalist and author James Gleick has theorized about the cultural ramifications of computers and the Internet since Apple screens were black and green.

03/14/2011 By Anand Balasubrahmanyan

Arts & Culture

Lonesome Shack's Mo Better Blues at the Comet Tavern

Lonesome Shack stay focused on the emotions that makes the best American blues so compelling. Their baby's left them and they've drunk with the devil. But after their story gets shared, their shack doesn't seem so lonesome.

03/11/2011 By Anand Balasubrahmanyan

Arts & Culture

Folklife: Phil Ochs Bio-pic at the Northwest Film Forum

So you think '60s folk musicians like Phil Ochs were square? Guess again—'70s punk rock icon Jim Carroll dedicates his hipster Talmud, The Basketball Diaries, to Ochs and Patti Smith.

03/10/2011 By Anand Balasubrahmanyan

Arts & Culture

Baths at Chop Suey

California computer-music prodigy, Baths, brings his intimate orchestra to Chop Suey tonight.

03/01/2011 By Anand Balasubrahmanyan

Arts & Culture

Waka Flocka Flame at King Cat Theater

When Waka Flocka Flame's "Hard in Da Paint" bangs out of your radio, you can instantly tell why he's America's most divisive top 40 artist.

02/26/2011 By Anand Balasubrahmanyan