Tales from the Vault
As adjacent art house cinemas close and online streaming takes over, two nonprofits find new ways to keep world culture and history in focus.
A new state law means stiff fines for anyone who falsely claims their canine is a service animal. That hasn’t made entering a restaurant, grocer, or airplane any less confusing.
A satellite to the Borealis festival, the MadArt Studio installation explores connection in many forms.
Dave and Angela Dennison own Laughs Comedy Club Seattle, one of the only old-school stand-up venues in the city. You may not know them, but you know the big name they booked this month.
Dark Horse Dancer
“When she’s creating a performance, she knows it’s completed by and with the people watching.”
Colleen Louise Barry’s bookstore, gallery, and community venue is the collaborative arts hub this city deserves.
How a local hip-hop artist’s emergence marks a larger groundswell of black femme music in Seattle.
Elements of Style
The SoDo-based nonprofit prepares individuals for Seattle’s booming garment industry. And helps them stitch together a new future in the process.
The Boxer Brief Rebellion
For cofounders Fran Dunaway and Naomi Gonzalez, underwear is about being as comfortable in your own skin as you are in your briefs.
(They’re really great reasons.)