Your roundup of this week’s most widely-read, shared, and discussed stories.

Fannie: The Music and Life of Fannie Lou Hamer: Jan 13-Feb 14 at Bagley Wright Theatre
Part theater, part revival, and all power, this one-woman show will have your head nodding and hands clapping!

• Read The Stranger's guide to the resistance: We need to make cities equitable—then harness their power and influence—in order to defeat Donald Trump's plot against America

• Christopher Frizzelle wrote about the Senate Democrats reorganizing. Patty Murray, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders all now hold leadership positions.

• Ansel Herz reported on a swastika appearing on Capitol Hill. The person who found it, Brendan Ng: "The after effects of Trump are real."

MKNZ at Glass Box: An expansive show that offers safety to those who need it.
MKNZ at Glass Box: An expansive show that offers safety to those who need it. Glass Box

• Jen Graves tells you to keep experiencing art after TrumpThe two kinds of art that you will need: one that calms you down and one that riles you up.

• Dave Segal asks Seattle musicians: what music are you playing to cope with Trump?

• Lester Black makes the case as to why drinking local beer is a way to stick it to Trump.


The Stranger has a guide to every recreational weed store in Seattle. You're welcome.

• To join in on the resistance, check out our rallies and protests calendar. For events related to the upcoming holiday, check out our Thanksgiving calendar.

Enjoy your weekend.