The Last Look

Mark Mitchell has an unconventional take on loss, life and dressing for eternity. His latest collection, 'Burial,' will show this month at the Frye Art Museum, beginning with a very unusual fashion show.
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Q&A with Hanna Benn

Hanna Benn performed under her own name at Columbia City Theater for the first time in early August.

Bo-Nita

Hannah Mootz lands her breakout role in a solo show—with seven characters.
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Future’s So Bright

Black Weirdo at Lo-Fi
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Blurrier Lines

Mod Carousel collaborates with singer Caela Bailey on this "Blurred Lines" parody.
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Can Nightlife Spur Evolution?

Opened this time last year to much fanfare and speculation, Q is more than a high-end nightclub.
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Art Burn

Etsuko Ichikawa participates in Art Burn at Shilshole Bay Beach Club.
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Lit Fest Returns to Mazama

Despite Mazama's rustic style, its programming is high caliber.
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Web Series Tackles Unemployment

"Rocketmen" is a serial adventure about a fictional jobs program.
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Eating Underground America

In his new book, master forager Langon Cook delves into the mushroom trail, a seldom-seen world straight out of the Wild West.
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Summer Romance

For Adria Garcia, true fashion is true love. "I’m not shy about being seen," says the 33-year-old stylist, musician and owner of vintage clothing boutique Indian Summer.
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Macaron Magic

A macaron is a special pastry, part sandwich cookie, part meringue.
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Taste Test with Lily Raskind

Taste Test with textile designer Lily Raskind
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Pavement is Forever

Mostly unchanged from a century ago, the Skagit Valley is where Seattle goes to slow down and stock up.
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Truth and Betrayal

Choreographer Cyrus Khambatta joins a double bill with Donald Byrd.
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Q&A with Cyrus Khambatta

Choreographer Cyrus Khambatta brings Truth & Betrayal to the stage.
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Q&A with Cyrus Khambatta

Choreographer Cyrus Khambatta brings Truth & Betrayal to the stage.
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Air Twyla

PNB’s Twyla Tharp program features three works, including a world premiere with famed New Orleans musician Allen Toussaint.
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Heather Kravas: the quartet

Wherein cheerleading, folk dance, balller and sci-fi collide.
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Fall Arts Preview: More in Dance, Theatre and Classical

Your guide to the best performances of the season.
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Q&A with Elizabeth Heffron

"Bo-Nita" draws on the playwright's early childhood in St. Louis.
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Q&A with Elizabeth Heffron

"Bo-Nita" draws on the playwright's early childhood in St. Louis.
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“Carrie” Returns

Balagan presents Broadway’s big, bloody failure.
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Sugar Daddies

Sir Alan Ayckbourn directs the U.S. premiere of his dark, Faustian comedy.
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Q&A with Michael Place

Michael Place returns to WET to direct 'Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo,' a dark comedy about the interwoven lives of an Iraqi gardener and two U.S. marines, narrated by a tiger caged in an Iraqi war zone in 2003.
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Hanna Benn with Kelly Wyse at Chapel

New compositions convulse with beauty.
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Mahler’s Sixth Symphony

Can one piece of music touch on every human emotion?
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Stop Dying to Live

Danny Bland’s heroin fairy tale can’t escape the past. 'In Case We Die' wallows in grunge-era Seattle without saying anything about who we are today.
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Chicken and Waffles and Outrage

Comedy confronts the most divisive symbol in American history.
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Mixed media by Jennifer McNeely
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Q&A with Hanna Benn

Hanna Benn performed under her own name at Columbia City Theater for the first time in early August.