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The Best Things To Do in Seattle This Month: January 2024

The Music of Twin Peaks and Angelo Badalamenti, The Book of Mormon, and More

Meet Your Maker: Renny Cobain

Get to Know Local Creators Making Gift-Worthy Goods

AI Is Not an "Other," AI Is Us

Watch Part Two of Charles Mudede's Interview with Blaise Agüera y Arcas

What Happens at a Shrek Rave?

In Which a Portland Mercury Writer Considers Judith Butler, on a Dance Floor Full of Gender-Swapped Shreks and Fionas

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Do Not Fear AI, Says Seattle-Based AI Expert and Philosopher Blaise Agüera y Arcas

In His New Book Who Are We Now? He Argues That AI Is Not Understood If Humans Are Not Understood

Belltown Has a New Gallery, with Another on the Way

Base Camp Studios and Common Area Maintenance Are Expanding

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Keep Warm 2023

How to Survive a Seattle Winter

Get Warmth, Give Warmth

Because Everyone Deserves a Shower and a Cup of Hot Coffee

Meet Your Maker: Jessica Lynch

Get to Know Local Creators Making Gift-Worthy Goods

Meet Your Maker: Renny Cobain

Get to Know Local Creators Making Gift-Worthy Goods

Meet Your Maker: Colleen Echohawk

Get to Know Local Creators Making Gift-Worthy Goods

Survival of the Grodiest

How Well Local Wildlife Will Keep You Warm, Tauntaun Style

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How to Survive SAD

Real Tips from a Mental Health Expert

Keep Yourself Warm

Eight Must-Haves to Survive This Stupid Season

Comfort Zone

The Coziest Bars, Restaurants, and Coffee Shops in Seattle

Meet Your Maker: Joe Norris of Hot Jawn

Get to Know Local Creators Making Gift-Worthy Goods

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Wier Harman, Former Executive Director of Town Hall, Has Died

Seattle’s Arts Scene Would Not Be as Strong and Vibrant as It Is Today Without Harman’s Vision and Dedication

Arts Oct 20 10:34 AM

What Tacoma Could Do That Seattle Clearly Can’t

Tacoma's Support for Its Local Arts Scene Is Leaving Seattle in the Dust

News Oct 9 10:38 AM

King County Considers Major Investment into Cultural Sector

The Small Sales Tax Bump Could Spread Badly Needed Educational Programming to Every Corner of the County

News Jul 3 11:20 AM

Twenty-Six City Workers Told the Mayor That City Council Candidate Maritza Rivera Was a Bad Boss

Seattle Arts Department Staff Relay Laundry List of Complaints, Announce Unionization Effort

City Feb 23 3:34 PM

We Might Be Experiencing the Best Seattle in Years

The City Is Moving Toward a Full-Blown Revival

Community Feb 17 4:39 PM

Shout Your Abortion Opens Shout Shop This Weekend

The West Seattle Store Will Also Host Weekly Pro-Abortion Events and Craft Parties

Mailbag Feb 10 1:48 PM

What’s the Deal with Regal Meridian 16?

And Other Notable Arts News You May Have Missed

Visual Art Oct 31 8:10 AM

Luke Misclevitz's Wild Time Capsules

The Stranger’s Artist of the Week

Books Oct 27 2:40 PM

David Sedaris Is Coming to Seattle and Wants to Know Where He Can Find a Dead Body

“Whenever I Smell a Dead Deer or Something in the Woods I Get So Excited. Oh, It’s Finally My Time!”

Books Oct 25 12:15 PM

Penn Jillette Says Seattle Has the Finest Squirrels in the World

"I Believe It’s Their Luxurious Tails"

Visual Art Oct 24 8:00 AM

Martin Ontiveros Is Playing with Power

The Stranger’s Artist of the Week

Books Oct 17 4:00 PM

Accounting for an Apocalypse

Adrienne Buller’s The Value of a Whale Exposes the Dark Side of “Green Capitalism”

Visual Art Oct 17 10:34 AM

Kelly Bjork’s Queer Joy

The Stranger’s Artist of the Week