Film

'Boyhood' Director Richard Linklater Discusses the Creation of His Indie Epic

The director talks about the process and pop cultural minutia of the movie that took 12 years to shoot.

07/23/2014 By Seth Sommerfeld

Pedal Pushers

Behind the Scenes: Greenlite Heavy Industries

Urban cyclist gear that falls higher on the fashion scale than head-to-toe Lycra, and it's made in Seattle.

06/23/2014 By Emma Ranniger

Tweets of the Day

Tweet(s) of the Day

Two important tweets about today's shooting.

06/05/2014 By Josh Feit

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: First Thursday and First $15 Minimum Wage Victory Party

Today's picks for civic nerds

06/05/2014 By Ezra Parter

Morning Fizz

Morning Fizz: Struggling within the Same Broken System

Caffeinated News and Gossip featuring Eyman, SDOT, O'Toole, and Jayapal.

06/05/2014 By Morning Fizz

These Are a Few Of My...

Favorite Things: Brimmer and Heeltap's Lieu Hoang

She ditched business school to cook. At some pretty spectacular restaurants.

06/02/2014 By Ezra Parter

Try This On

Ji Oh Trunk Show at Butch Blum

The downtown retailer welcomes New York designer Ji Oh and her line of strikingly good not-so-basic basics.

05/30/2014 By Laura Cassidy

Film Fest

SIFF 2014 Picks: May 28–June 1

Richard Linklater's decade-spanning coming of age epic 'Boyhood' highlights SIFF's third week.

05/28/2014 By Seth Sommerfeld

City Hall

Extra Fizz: A Minimum Wage Love-Fest?

Mayor Ed Murray predicts "at least five [council] cosponsors" for his minimum-wage proposal.

05/09/2014 By Erica C. Barnett

Summer in Seattle

Smell That? It’s Hempfest

More than 100,000 turn out for the annual "protestival" in support of all things pot.

08/23/2010 By Douglas Bair

Nerd Alert!

Coming to Seattle: James Cameron and Nine New Minutes of Avatar

The richest director on Earth will attend a fundraising screening of his megablockbuster at Pac Sci Center.

08/20/2010 By Douglas Bair

Weekend Picks

Free Movies with a Twist, Kick, and Dip

Century Ballroom dances onto the movie scene this weekend with View and Chew.

08/19/2010 By Douglas Bair

Seattle in the News

The Gorge Is Looking Empty in Rolling Stone

Amphitheaters have suffered a slow summer, with a 10 percent drop in ticket sales, says RS.

08/18/2010 By Douglas Bair

Article

She’s the App for That

Nineteen-year-old UW business major Lily Berlina is one of 12 women featured in the new iPhone app Real Weather Girls.

08/18/2010 By Douglas Bair

Openings

First Look: Capitol Hill’s La Bête

Tour the new Bellevue Avenue restaurant before it opens on Thursday.

08/17/2010 By Douglas Bair

Article

A Tasting Menu of Fall Arts

The Flaming Lips, Pablo Picasso masterpieces, Lucia di Lammermoor, Daniel Handler, and more in our preview of the best fall arts events.

08/12/2010 By Laura Dannen With Tiffany Wan and Douglas Bair

Visual Art

Madness in Cal Anderson Park

MadArt brings together top Northwest artists for new outdoor sculpture exhibition.

08/11/2010 By Douglas Bair

Visual Art

First Thursday: August

Barcodes and photography decorate the walls of downtown galleries and museums.

08/05/2010 By Douglas Bair

Books & Talks

TONIGHT: Night School’s in Session at the Sorrento

Wander through 12 rooms of Bumbershoot artists, past and present, talking shop.

08/02/2010 By Douglas Bair

Summer in Seattle

Glen Phillips Takes Us Out to Lunch

Toad the Wet Sprocket front man serenades us in a free show at Westlake Park.

07/30/2010 By Douglas Bair