Rachel Gallaher fell into interiors writing when she applied for an internship at a local shelter magazine three years ago. Now she reports on Pacific Northwest design for recently launched GRAY magazine and covers performing arts for City Arts. Worst design trend in history? Shag carpet in the bathroom—gross!

Recent Articles


Ballet Goes Modern

Pacific Northwest Ballet brings three pieces of modern dance to the stage with 'Brief Fling.'

‘Medea’ at Seattle Shakes

The patriarchy made me do it.

Excellent ‘Shindig’ for Whim W’Him

The show’s standout features gorgeously synchronized and precise robotic motions.

Dance Review: ARC Dance at Seattle Rep

The ensemble showcased inventive work by six choreographers.

Not Much New at PNB’s ‘Next Step’

The one-night show featured choreography by PNB company members, performed by students in the PNB Ballet School’s professional division.

A Trio of Works at Whim W’him’s ‘OUT-spoken’

The program features choreography by Seattle's Olivier Wevers, Amsterdam's Annabelle Lopez Ochoa and LA/Montreal's James Gregg.

‘The Things Are Against Us’

A moody, disjointed world premiere play from Washington Ensemble Theatre.

‘Industrial Ballet’ is Kate Wallich’s Best Work Yet

The one-night show packed the Moore Theatre last Saturday for a beautifully choreographed assault on the senses.

Taste Test with Stephanie Gailing

Astrologer Stephanie Gailing guides clients towards clarity, joy and creativity.

Melt Into a Modern ‘Roméo et Juliette’

At PNB, the story of Romeo and Juliet focuses on love over tragedy.