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Visual Art Oct 3 8:00 AM

Adam Sorensen’s Supernatural Sensibilities

The Stranger’s Artist of the Week

Picture Books Sep 30 11:11 AM

This Week's Comics: Sometimes Sleeping Beauty Has to Rescue Herself

It’s Legally Blonde meets Mad Max in the Dark Ages

Film/TV Sep 30 9:45 AM

Things Didn't Have to Be This Way

Riotsville, U.S.A. Is a Surreal History Lesson on the Militarization of the US Police

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Film/TV Sep 29 11:51 AM

Billy Eichner Is Our Nora Ephron

Bros Isn’t the First Gay Rom-Com, but It Is One of the Best

Film/TV Sep 27 3:01 PM

Vesper Is a Superb Science-Fiction Film

Even the Trees Are Monstrous, with Bark That Breathes Like Animals

Dance Sep 27 2:08 PM

Pacific Northwest Ballet Celebrates 50 Years with a Stunning Opener

The Company Didn't Look a Day Over 25

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Film/TV Sep 26 10:03 AM

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."

Visual Art Sep 26 9:37 AM

Mike Egan Dances with Death

The Stranger’s Artist of the Week

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Theater Sep 23 2:03 PM

A Broadway Show for the Boomers

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

Film/TV Sep 21 3:59 PM

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

The City Council Passed the Milestone Legislation Yesterday

Fall Arts 2022 Sep 21 12:11 PM

"I'd Buy That For a Dollar"

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

Fall Arts 2022 Sep 20 1:30 PM

Fall Arts 2022: Let's Get Weird, Seattle

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

Fall Arts 2022 Sep 20 11:03 AM

Fall Arts 2022

We Have All the Fun, Sexy, Weird, and Smart Things You Need to Do This Fall

Fall Arts 2022 Sep 20 10:00 AM

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

Fall Arts 2022 Sep 20 10:00 AM

The Irresistible Rise of Freakout Festival

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

Fall Arts 2022 Sep 20 10:00 AM

A Multimedia, Multicultural, Multidimensional Symphonic Bonanza

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

Fall Arts 2022 Sep 20 10:00 AM

Orcas Island Film Festival Is Our Cannes

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