Food & Drink
The week in which: Cider flows through SoDo, Scout throws a hip-hop-inspired fete, and Lark hosts a dinner for author David Tanis.
How a local hip-hop artist’s emergence marks a larger groundswell of black femme music in Seattle.
10 Years That Changed A City
There’s a palpable civic pride—and renewed engagement—in the very idea of local music because our guy made it big.
It's called 'This Unruly Mess I've Made.'
MOHAI's new exhibit on local hip-hop culture provides a historic scene overview, but lacks depth.
As MOHAI opens its Legacy of Seattle Hip-Hop exhibit, we look at some less fact-checked moments that defined the scene.
Today's picks for civic nerds
What to Buy Now
What do you do when Converse calls you and asks you to trick-out 30 pairs of their iconic high-top sneakers for a popup at Nordstrom? If you're Seattle artist Peter Robinson, you get to work.
We talk hip-hop, Beyonce, and the Sonics with a member of Seattle's world-champion breakdancing crew.
Seattle’s world-champion breakdancing troupe teaches us to spin, flip, and float.
It's the first look at the buzzed-about film by Olympic speedskater J. R. Celski.
Seattle in the News
What do Macklemore and Ryan Lewis mean for hip-hop? Discuss.
The young musicians of THEESatisfaction reveal their approach to fashion.
The Seattle rapper breaks down why 2012 was a banner year for local hip-hop.
More than just Macklemore's producer, do-everything-man Lewis talks about building a hip-hop empire.