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Why Linda Derschang's "Damned Shoes" Are Relevant

A Ghost Story About Sexual Assault

The opera The Turn of the Screw is even darker and more explicit than the book.

The Best Music Shows in Seattle: Fall 2018

Picks from Seattle Art and Performance for Sept 17–Dec 9, 2018

Linda Derschang's Empire Now Includes the Oldest Bar in Seattle... Maybe

The owner of Linda's, Smith, and Oddfellows reinvents the iconic downtown bar Queen City.

The Best Film Festivals & Movie Releases in Seattle: Fall 2018

Picks from Seattle Art and Performance for Sept 17–Dec 9, 2018

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The Cult and Superstition of Vehicular Homicide

This Composer Is the Mozart of Our Times

It is worth the trip up to Everett to see A.R. Rahman, who's won Oscars for his film scores.

How To Explain the Failures of Socialism to a Teenager

The Abuses of the Suppression of Fire Theory

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Amazon Employees Tweet Happiness from Fulfillment Centers

Why Boots Riley Is Wrong About Spike Lee's New Film

The Best Versions of the Music from Porgy and Bess

It is a strange opera, but it has inspired beautiful recordings by Nina Simone, Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis, and Billie Holiday.

Empire and Canadian Beavers

Why the Concept of God Might Be a Useful Error

Ignore the Huge Horse Cock in Sorry to Bother You

If Bok A Bok Had Beer, It Would Be Perfect

The Korean fried chicken and kimchi mac and cheese are excellent.

The Brilliance of Netflix's Extinction

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