'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: 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


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


First Look: Capitol Hill’s La Bête

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

08/17/2010 By Douglas Bair


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