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12 Seattle Events to Catch This February

Steve Jobs is an opera, a noir fest offers sympathy for the jaded, and a local expressionist returns.

01/29/2019 By Stefan Milne

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work December 17–20

A meta piece on the entertainment industry, a classical pair, and a panel for comic lovers.

12/17/2018 By Aly Brady

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What to Do After Work December 3–6

A book debut for three Portland authors, a tribute to one of theater's greats, and dreamy folk from Valley Maker.

12/03/2018 By Aly Brady

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What to Do After Work November 19–21

Rod Sterling for the stage, psychoanalysis of Trump tweets, and Irish pop rock.

11/19/2018 By Aly Brady

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What to Do After Work November 5–8

A concert tracking the slave trade through music, a study in Seattle’s evolving landscape, and a dance show for the 80s kids.

11/05/2018 By Aly Brady

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What to Do After Work October 22–25

Quality screen time with Norman Bates, a tribute to the 19th Amendment, and a throwback to radio’s greatest scare.

10/22/2018 With Aly Brady

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What to Do After Work September 17–20

An all-female Richard III, some psychedelic jams, and an audience-directed play.

09/17/2018 By Aly Brady

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What to Do After Work August 6–9

Political Obama-era fanfiction, a visit from the “beat scientist,” and a large ensemble performance at the Neptune.

08/06/2018 By Landon Groves

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What to Do After Work June 25–28

A former security adviser talks about the state of the world, summer dreams get wonky, and a carnival performer braves a literary stunt.

06/25/2018 By Mac Hubbard

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What to Do After Work May 14–17

This year's Seattle Reads author joins the discussion, even ballet loves Bowie, and concerts aren't just for the weekend.

05/14/2018 By Mac Hubbard

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What to Do After Work May 7–11

A former prisoner in North Korea speaks, the new Nordic Museum welcomes its first musical performances, and the Frye shows impressionist influences.

05/07/2018 By Mac Hubbard

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Things to Do After Work April 23–27

Madeline Albright talks fascism, a Sub Pop up-and-comer rolls in to town, and Pocket Theater riffs on Call Me by Your Name.

04/23/2018 By Mac Hubbard

100 Great little Shops

Long Live Analog: Seattle's 11 Essential Bookstores and Record Shops

Don’t upload the requisite parts of your personality to the cloud.

10/23/2017 By Darren Davis

Get Lit

A User-Friendly Guide to Lit Crawl Seattle 2017

There's no earthly way to see every reading at this year's bookworm bar hop. So pick one of these four themed routes to get the most out of your crawl.

10/18/2017 By Darren Davis

Interview

Emily Nussbaum and the Art of Analyzing Television

Talking about writing about watching with 'The New Yorker' TV critic before she visits town for Seattle Arts and Lectures 'Women You Need to Know' series.

05/01/2017 By Seth Sommerfeld

Met Picks

The Top Things to See or Do in Seattle: May 2017

Museum of Flight focuses on the Space Race, Eugene Mirman peddles his delightful absurdity, and Seattle Shakespeare infuses the Bard with jazz.

04/26/2017 By Seth Sommerfeld

Met Picks

The Top Things to See or Do in Seattle: April 2017

Alec Baldwin brings his memoir to town, Sera Cahoone and the Maldives celebrate new albums, and Seattle Symphony musically explores Andy Warhol.

03/21/2017 By Seth Sommerfeld

From Page to Stage

'Pop-Up Magazine' Goes Live at Town Hall

The traveling multimedia event brings together authors, visual artists, podcasters, musicians and reporters to capture the essence of a general interest magazine live on stage.

03/07/2017 By Darren Davis

Met Picks

The Top Things to See or Do in Seattle: February 2017

‘Let the Right One In’ aims for the jugular, Dude York packs a pop rock punch, and Sarah Silverman goes as blue as she wants.

01/30/2017 By Seth Sommerfeld

Hot Take

Book Clubbers

In honor of the Rat City Rollergirls and Seattle Arts and Lectures, we've built an all-star roller derby team of female authors.

12/21/2016 By Seth Sommerfeld