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Fall Arts 2022: Let's Get Weird, Seattle

Here Are All the Fun, Sexy, Strange, and Smart Things You Need to Do This Fall

Earth II Is Four Decades of Disaster Movies Recut Into Climate Change Reality

"Time and time again, climate change is reduced to just a tsunami or just a twister or whatever."

Nothing in the Star Wars Universe Is as Beautiful as Andor

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A Broadway Show for the Boomers

The Cast of The Griswolds’ Broadway Vacation Elevates the Show above the Script

How to Tame a Wild Horse Without Breaking It

New Doc Chira Examines “Mutual Vulnerability” in Human, Animal Relationships

Smell That? It's the Sweet Smell of Seattle's New Film Commission

The City Council Passed the Milestone Legislation Yesterday

Vee Hua and Tariqa Waters Are Gonna Blow Your Mind

Seriously, Their New Films Premiering at Local Sightings Are So Good

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Fall Arts 2022

Two Photography Titans Are Coming to Seattle

Here's a Sneak Peek at the Upcoming Dawoud Bey & Carrie Mae Weems: In Dialogue exhibit at the Seattle Art Museum

Orcas Island Film Festival Is Our Cannes

There Are Neither Stars nor Yachts, but the Curation Is Damn Good

The Irresistible Rise of Freakout Festival

The Experimental Music Festival Celebrates a Decade of Mad Audio-Visual Alchemy

The Biggest Fall 2022 Arts Events in Seattle

Performances, Readings, Visual Art, Music, Film, and More

‘Round the World and Back Again

They created your favorite computer games in the '80s and '90s and then disappeared. Can Ken and Roberta Williams revolutionize the industry one more time?

A Multimedia, Multicultural, Multidimensional Symphonic Bonanza

Oscar-Winning Composer Tan Dun Transforms an Ancient Temple into an Epic Symphony

Tish Gallow Keeps Black Music Alive in Columbia City

The local concert promoter sits down with Charles Mudede to talk about Whitney Houston, Beatwalk, and her big plans for fall

"I'd Buy That For a Dollar"

How Paul Verhoeven's Sci-Fi Films Critique American Capitalism

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