Colorful piano-rock, a literary twist on the murder mystery party, and a traditional folk festival.
An interactive exhibit, quirky, film-inspired improv, and National Geographic on tour.
MOHAI's new exhibit on local hip-hop culture provides a historic scene overview, but lacks depth.
MOHAI, The Center for Wooden Boats, and the Steamship Virginia V hosted the 1920s themed Bootlegger’s Bash at Lake Union Park.
Bang For Your Buck
Seattle Symphony Orchestra plays Beethoven, Jen Wood's piano ballads and giant paper art installations: The best ways to spend your week without spending much
From fossils to software, artifacts tell the story of the Emerald City.
Seattle Style History
In the month of what would be his 100th birthday, MOHAI presents a special lecture on Seattle style icon and tastemaker John Doyle Bishop.
The Museum of History and Industry reopens in the former Naval Reserve Armory on South Lake Union on December 29.