Culture Fix

What to Do After Work September 23–26

Local and international folk bands, a night of live painting, and fourth graders' ice cream dreams.

09/23/2019 By Nicole Pasia and Courtney Cummings

Autumn Preview

30 Seattle Events to Catch This Fall

From a monthlong festival at Town Hall to Bon Iver to fresh takes on Jane Austen and 'Dracula,' this season is packed.

08/20/2019 By Stefan Milne

Work Hard, Play Hard

Local Essentials: An Intern's Guide to Seattle

Skip the Space Needle and live like a Seattleite with this roundup of our favorite off-the-clock spots.

07/18/2019 By Seattle Met Staff

Culture Fix

Weekend What to Do July 5–7

A cabaret worthy of the underworld, a classic-to-contemporary Czech film festival, and a Mary Berry–approved cooking class.

07/05/2019 By Sam Jones and Jonathan Olsen-Koziol

Monthly Planner

The Top Things to Do in Seattle This July

Eddie Izzard continues his polyglot globe trot, Priests bring the other Washington's punk, and Joan Didion's memoir is a one-woman show.

06/27/2019 By Stefan Milne

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work June 17–20

A live trivia podcast tapes at the Moore, former Disney stars do dream pop, and a Shanghai taxi driver tells all.

06/17/2019 By Lily Hansen

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work June 3–6

A one-woman orchestra, social justice poetry, and a book club celebrating black women.

06/03/2019 By Lily Hansen

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work May 6–9

A MacArthur fellow, an Indian comic, and an intergalactic burlesque show.

05/06/2019 By Lily Hansen

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work April 15–18

Shakespeare gets a modern update, writers plumb life’s two inevitabilities, and Nirvana’s former manager speaks out.

04/15/2019 By Lily Hansen

Culture Fix

Weekend What to Do March 8–10

Colorful piano-rock, a literary twist on the murder mystery party, and a traditional folk festival.

03/08/2019 By Gwen Hughes

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work September 24–27

Stranger staffers (former and current) popping up all over, the new generation of Native poets, and Japanese Breakfast at the Neptune.

09/24/2018 By Stefan Milne

Culture Fix

What to Do After Work August 13–16

A visit from the father of modern Mexican art, a celebration of the queen of pop's birthday, and a cabaret to close out Nights at the Neptune.

08/13/2018 By Landon Groves

Culture Fix

Entertainment Meets Advocacy at Nights at the Neptune

The Seattle Theater Group's free annual performance series returns for its sixth year.

07/10/2018 By Landon Groves

Stand Up

Check It Out: Hari Kondabolu Is All Over Western Washington for the Next Week

The Brooklyn-based comedian has deep Seattle ties. Over the next couple weeks he’ll perform standup, tape podcasts, and release a Neptune-shot Netflix special.

04/26/2018 By Stefan Milne

(Formerly) Local Talent

A Fiendish Conversation with Luke Burbank

The host of 'Live Wire Radio' discusses the upcoming taping at the Neptune Theatre and growing up on Seattle radio.

12/07/2016 By Seth Sommerfeld

(Formerly) Local Talent

A Fiendish Conversation with Comedian Quincy Jones

The Seattle native hasn't let a terminal cancer diagnosis stifle the laughs or stop him having a career year.

09/20/2016 By Seth Sommerfeld

Local Talent

A Fiendish Conversation with Suicide Squeeze's David Dickenson

The founder of the Seattle indie record label discusses its 20th anniversary.

08/23/2016 By Seth Sommerfeld

Bang For Your Buck

Cheap Week: June 20–26

Chuck Klosterman speculates what the future will think we're getting wrong, Burke Museum explores the North Cascades, and Dan Levy records his standup special for free.

06/20/2016 By Kyle Kuhn Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

Bang For Your Buck

Cheap Week May 9–15

Catch new music from Damien Jurado, the Thermals, and Karl Blau, Rory Scovel's comedy, and film from the trans community.

05/09/2016 Edited by Seth Sommerfeld By Scott Johnson

Bang For Your Buck

Cheap Week April 25–May 1

A new album from Erik Blood, a new play from Yussef El Guindi, and a new book from comedian Jen Kirkman.

04/25/2016 By Scott Johnson Edited by Seth Sommerfeld