The philosopher and filmmaker makes her best work yet.
ACT updates Shakespeare's loveliest tale of woe and even adds some chain-link-fence choreography.
Taiji Miyasaka explores light and space in three spheres currently orbiting at MadArt.
Patty Gone intersperses letters to the famous romance novelist with analysis, research, and personal reflection.
Food & Drink
Wayward Coffeehouse in Roosevelt is the nerdvana you've been looking for.
Dungeons & Dragons has a new class of converts.
DNA may be the newest romance language.
Tips and tricks to make the most of your comic con.
The film changes lives and inspires deadly earnest fan groups like Seattle's own Lucasfilm-approved Jet City Saber Guild.
Gaming marketing master Lisa Weeks turned costuming (and her collection of wigs) into professional success.
How an associate faculty member at Shoreline Community College transforms herself, Star Wars characters included.
Stranger writers look at the many ways that geekdom manifests around Seattle.
How did the Pacific Northwest become the center of video-game creation in the first place?
Are they safe? Why do they taste like that?
Art and Performance Spring 2019
Seattle Symphony's new Octave 9 space will showcase a dazzling array of multidisciplinary performances.
A few trends we've noticed in the last few months.
The bombing of black girls made the jazz singer a radical.
She also curates a spring variety show dedicated to the
octopus, squid, chambered nautilus, and cuttlefish.