Underground Work

In a scruffy warehouse, a scrappy team of clandestine visionaries are rewriting the future of the local music scene.

Questions for Nancy Guppy

The one-time sketch comedian brought Art Zone to the Seattle Channel two years ago. This month, she takes the show to KCTS, where it all began.

Guppy in the Art Zone studio; photo by Kyle Johnson.
You were a cast member of Almost Live. How do you…

S.O.S.

With contract negotiations on the table and the players looking at the door, the Seattle Symphony finds itself in a tough spot.
Last month, legendary conductor Kurt Masur came to Seattle to lead the Seattle Symphony Orchestra in a program of Mozart…

Critic’s Roundtable: The SIFF Effect

Seattle critics Bill White and Sean Axmaker and Variety blogger Anne Thompson explain what SIFF signifies on the world film-fest map. Read online via our Seattle issue.

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Finish This Masterpiece or Look for a Job

If you’re an artist, you double your odds of unemployment. Local artists reveal how they’re coping in our Hard Times Survival Guide. Read online via our Seattle issue this month.

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Open House

The Studio Tours circuit, comprising sixty-three stops this year, is always a highlight of Art at Work Month. We take you inside four artists’ workspaces to see what creative living looks like

Meet Your Arts Commissioners

Fourteen Tacomans are so committed to the health and well-being of the arts in our community that they volunteer their time to help shape public policy. Snapshots of the deciders.

All Books Are G(l)ocal

Writers share their literary loves and hates, great lines and beach reads. Booksellers offer their picks of new titles. Read online via our Seattle edition this issue.

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All Books Are (G)local

Writers share their literary loves and hates, great lines and beach reads. Booksellers offer their picks of new titles. Read online via our Seattle edition this issue.

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My Ten-Day Visit to the Dark Side

Read about Nancy Rommelmann’s hot-and-cold affair with Amazon’s Kindle, available online via our Seattle issue this month.

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