Murray Allegations

Murray Accuser's Attorney Wants to Schedule Video Deposition Next Week

The goal appears to be confirming some very personal details about Seattle's mayor.

04/07/2017 By Hayat Norimine

That Washington

Jayapal and Sanders Introduce Bill for Free College Tuition

The legislation would make four-year colleges free for students from low-income families.

04/05/2017 By Hayat Norimine

Food & Drink

Nosh Pit Weekly Planner: April 5–11

The week in which: baby goats return to Reuben's Brews, Filipino food pops up at Bar Sue, and The Saint celebrates a golden birthday.

04/05/2017 By Rosin Saez

Housing and Homelessness

How Regressive Is the Mayor's Sales Tax Proposal for Homelessness?

The sales tax is regressive, but experts say just slightly more so than a Seattle property tax.

04/04/2017 By Hayat Norimine

The Sporting Life

Roger Federer Heads to KeyArena for Charity

The greatest tennis player ever comes to Seattle this month for a match with John Isner (and some doubles with Bill Gates).

04/04/2017 By Seth Sommerfeld

Made to Move

Source Denim: Sustainable Fashion

The Seattle-based company has an innovated twist on denim.

10/06/2016 By Amanda Raschkow

Bang For Your Buck

Cheap Week: September 19–25

The Moondoggies marks a decade of rocking, Local Sightings premiers a variety of Northwest films, and Velocity Dance puts its best feet forward to start a new season.

09/19/2016 Edited by Seth Sommerfeld By Jane Kidder

Theater Review

The Hollow Core of 'Bad Apples'

ACT Theatre's new rock musical about the Abu Ghraib torture scandal misguidedly ignores the horrors in the name of love.

09/16/2016 By Seth Sommerfeld

Morning Fizz

In Nod to Black Lives Matter, Controversial North Precinct Police Station Taken Off Table in New Budget

Mayor and North Seattle council member Juarez still committed to new station, but agree to further scrutiny.

09/16/2016 By Josh Feit

Theater

After Arson, Taproot Theatre’s New Kendall Center Brings Healing to Greenwood

The new lobby, cafe, and black box theater extend Taproot’s reach for community engagement, as does its new production 'In the Book Of.'

03/26/2014 By Jessie Beebe

Happy Hour

This Week in Happy Hour: Pi(e) Day Edition

One upside to geometry: a day when everything tasty is $3.14.

03/13/2014 By Jessie Beebe

Happy Hour

This Week in Happy Hour: Sweet Tooth Edition

For a different kind of buzz.

03/06/2014 By Jessie Beebe

Happy Hour

This Week in Happy Hour: Fat Tuesday Edition

Where to celebrate Mardi Gras like a classy human.

02/27/2014 By Jessie Beebe

Happy Hour

This Week in Happy Hour: Bibliophile Beverages

Where to drink and eat like the literary greats.

02/20/2014 By Jessie Beebe

Theater Review

Most Memorable Moments from WET's 'Ed, Downloaded'

Archiving the moments we'll remember from Washington Ensemble Theatre's new sci-fi play about a digital hereafter.

02/07/2014 By Jessie Beebe and Jeremy G. Novak

Visual Art

Art After-Hours: Where to Go This First Thursday

Museums are free, galleries stay open late. So...many...choices.

02/05/2014 By Seth Sommerfeld and Jessie Beebe

Love Is in the Air

Lovely to Lusty: Seattle Valentine's Day Guide 2014

Treat that special someone to a night of theater, art, libations, dance... or underwear gawking.

02/05/2014 By Jessie Beebe

Theater

New Century Theatre Company Fosters Community at Pipeline Readings

Pipeline readings are a hidden gem in the Seattle theater community.

11/14/2013 By Jessie Beebe

Film Review

'Ender's Game' Sacrifices Story in the Name of Crowd-pleasing Adventure

The big screen adaptation of Orson Scott Card’s sci-fi novel trades nuance for thrills.

11/01/2013 By Jessie Beebe