Questions for a Boudoir Photographer

Because of her great sense of humor and successful background in loss prevention – Joey Nicole knows how to help her clients have fun and see themselves in a new, confident light.

What got you started in boudoir? I’ve been in business for…

The Great Oom-inspired Style Board

Pages scanned directly from our style editor’s notebook, revealing the visual research for her Style Scholar page themed around The Great Oom: The Improbable Birth of Yoga in America by Robert Love. Read it when you pick up your September 2010…

City Arts’ Bumbershoot Picks

The acts we don’t plan to miss at this year’s bumber-ful arts and music festival.

SEPTEMBER 4, 7:15 P.M.Neko CaseThis singer-songwriter of some of the most soulful indie rock ever heard in Seattle returns to her hometown on a much-ballyhooed…

Cover Story

Our creative director describes the journey we took to execute this month’s cover design. (Read this story now in our Seattle edition.)

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Cover Story

Our creative director describes the journey we took to execute this month’s cover design. (Read this story now in our Seattle edition.)

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Additional Glimpses of Cyra Hobson’s Anew

In the past couple of years Cyra Hobson’s work has gained dimension…and attention, as her focus began shifting from highly textural paintings to sculpture.
Anew, described by the artist as, “a meditation on existential awakening,” was…

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Your month in music, theatre, dance, visual arts, film and literature.

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The Rake: A Preview of Fall

Our critics sort through the autumn harvest of good times: Mark Baumgarten on five main events (most notably the new Heineken City Arts Fest), Tim Appelo on the burgeoning scene beyond the Narrows, Heather Kirnak on the biggest show in town and Kirk…

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Your month in music, theatre, dance, visual arts, film and literature.

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The Rake: A Preview of Fall

Our critics sort through the autumn harvest of good times: Mark Baumgarten on five main events (most notably the new Heineken City Arts Fest), Seth Kolloen on must-sees of the stage and Gerard Schwarz’s last Seattle Symphony season, Robert Ham on…

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Editor’s Note: Art on Art

Editor Mark Baumgarten reflects on the challenge of this month’s feature package – and the challenges of making an art magazine every month. (Read this in our Seattle edition now.)

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