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The Best Theater, Dance & Comedy Events in Seattle: Fall 2018

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

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

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

The Best Music Shows in Seattle: Fall 2018

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

Looking Back on 30 Years of Sub Pop Records

In honor of 30 years, here are 15 of their greatest wonders and 15 of their greatest blunders.

Why Am I Compelled to See Tom Cruise Movies?

Cruise is not the kind of actor I tend to like, so why do I love the Mission: Impossible franchise?

The Dodgy Ethics of Using Spotify

An Interview with Two Out of Three Amigos: Steve Martin and Martin Short

We talked about comedy, music, and the privacy of live performance.

The Cure vs. the Smiths: Who's Better?

A cover night at the Sunset Tavern ought to settle this.

The Stranger's Guide to Seattle's Best Tourist Attractions

From the Space Needle to Pike Place Market, even locals approve of these Seattle tourist mainstays.

Tim Burton Prepares Dumbo for the Elephant Graveyard

Won't You Be My Neighbor? Is a Tear-Stained Trolley Ride Back to Your Childhood

The new documentary about Mister Rogers' Neighborhood is so good.

The Best Readings & Talks in Seattle: Summer 2018

Picks from Seattle Art and Performance for June 11–September 16, 2018

Go to Jazz Alley for the Music, but Be Sure Not to Eat First

Their food is better than it needs to be.

The Best Performances in Seattle: Summer 2018

Picks from Seattle Art and Performance for June 11–September 16, 2018

The Best Music Shows in Seattle: Summer 2018

Picks from Seattle Art and Performance for June 11–September 16, 2018

Putting the 'B' in iHop

Ticketfly Hacked and More Havoc Promised

How Much Has Capitol Hill Changed? Chapter MCMXLIV

Oxy Now Being Used to Treat Mussel Pain?

First Reformed Is Like Taxi Driver with a Priestly Twist

Paul Schrader's latest meditation on psychotic martyrdom proves he still has tricks up his sleeve.

How Comedy Stopped Being a Genre and Became the Only Way Humans Communicate

A conversation with Planet Funny author Ken Jennings.
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