After checking out Natasha Marins online exhibition Sites of Power, join Black artists and writers Ebo Barton, Robert Lashley, Maisha Banks Manson, J.R. Rhodes, and Marin herself for a virtual presentation with Hugo House on Friday.
After checking out Natasha Marin's online exhibition Sites of Power, join Black artists and writers Ebo Barton, Robert Lashley, Maisha Banks Manson, J.R. Rhodes, and Marin herself for a virtual presentation with Hugo House on Friday. Erika Schultz

EverOut is The Stranger's new website devoted to things to do in Seattle and across the Pacific Northwest. It has all the same things you're used to seeing from Stranger EverOut and Stranger Things To Do, just in a new spot!

As your toes thaw from a weekend spent in the snow, stay entertained indoors with our latest roundup of picks for online events. We've compiled them all below, from a one-day screening of Charles Mudede's Thin Skin to Bill Gates in conversation with Anderson Cooper, and from the Washington Ensemble Theatre's Dreams Virtual Gala to the Children's Film Festival. Plus, check out our StreamLocal events hub, and stay tuned for a roundup of the best socially distanced things to do this weekend. 

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Lego Harry Potter and The Transgender Witch!
Tune in every Monday on YouTube for new episodes of this Harry Potter spinoff that not-so-subtly sticks it to J.K. Rowling's transphobic tweets. Its protagonist isn't Harry but Quincy Blueburger, an 11-year-old muggle who is also a Lego. After getting her window smashed by the franchise's proverbial owl bearing an admission letter, she heads to Hogwarts to discover that she is the school's first transgender student. The Bay Area Rainbow Symphony provides the score, and the organizers at Kent's Theatre Battery would like you to know that this parody is "not affiliated with JK Rowling, Warner Brothers, or LEGO."

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