You could shine at our Sept. 14 storytelling event
by Christina Twu
Have a South Seattle story to share about "finding home" or want to hear some? Learn more about our Sept. 14 storytelling event: bit.do/SouthEnd.
Jul 19, 2016
Streaming down to Rio: Eight great Brazilian films to watch tonight
by Cynthia Steele
Practice your Portuguese and get a taste of the country that's hosting this summer's Olympics with these eight fantastic Brazilian films.
#GreaterSeattle: The funny side of growing up Somali American
by Starla Sampaco
These Somali American teen filmmakers are getting big laughs from videos about the generation gap between them and their immigrant parents.
Jul 18, 2016
Self-taught fashion designer draws from Ugandan upbringing
by Shelby Mang
Shalom Aburu's designs will turn heads at Bellevue Fashion Week Independent Designer Runway Show in September.
Jul 5, 2016
Top 5 things to do in Seattle this July
by Forrest Baum
This month is packed! A Polish cultural festival, Seafair Pow Pow, and Japanese world superstars BABYMETAL: all part of our "Top 5 Things To Do" in July.
Jun 30, 2016
The next wave of post-punk is breaking in Western Canada
by Charlie Zaillian
Post-punk bands from smaller Western Canadian burgs few Americans could even pinpoint on a map stole the show at last weekend's Sled Island Festival.
Jun 29, 2016
Seattle bookstores tackle the lack of diversity in literature
by Samantha Pak
Can local bookstores and publishers reflect more diversity in our literature?
Jun 27, 2016
“Blanket of Fear” play reprises Thursday night
by Mahroo Keshavarz
After 12 years, TRIBE Project's "Blanket of Fear" play takes on a new relevance.
Jun 26, 2016
National youth arts camp lands in Seattle, Tukwila
by Judy Chia Hui Hsu
Seattle Theatre Group and AileyCamp are hosting youth arts and personal development classes in Seattle for the first time at Tukwila Community Center.
Shelly Tochluk balances oneness with identity in “Living in the Tension”
by Laura Humpf
Shelly Tochluk's new book "Living in the Tension" can help yoga practitioners balance universalism with a recognition of diverse identities and experiences.
Jun 24, 2016
QTPOC parties are necessary (here are five coming up this month!)
by DJ Martinez
In case there was any doubt before Orlando, safe spaces for queer and trans people of color are vital. Fortunately, Seattle has some a poppin QTPOC dance parties.
Jun 17, 2016
Pan-American soccer fanatics converge on Seattle for Copa America
by Greg Scruggs
The whole tournament may be a bit of a gimmick, but Copa America is giving Seattle a chance to prove we're one of the best soccer cities in the hemisphere.
Jun 15, 2016
Spectrum’s #RACEish series talks about blackness through dance
by Reagan Jackson
Spectrum Dance Theater's #RACEish series, which concludes with "The Minstrel Show," opens challening conversations about race through the medium of dance.
“Jazz Intoxication” immersed audience in Washington Hall history
by Monica Thomas
Washington Hall launches its new community space with "Jazz Intoxication" immersive theater experience.
Jun 13, 2016
Film “The Song Collector” shows a lost Buddhist culture’s revival in India
by Danish Mehboob
How does Ladakhi culture, dying Buddhist tradition in Northern India revive itself? The story lies in legendary preservation activist Morup Namgyal.
Jun 4, 2016
Top 5 things to do in Seattle this June
by Forrest Baum
A Euro-mazing Pride event, Filipino film fest, and a orchestra made of trash round out our top 5 things to do in Seattle this June.
Jun 1, 2016
Middle Easterners love to dance, Maz Jobrani has proof
by Mahroo Keshavarz
LA comic Maz Jobrani shows us how funny Iranian and Middle Eastern people are. His new movie "Jimmy Vestvood: American Hero" takes it to the next level.
Can war bring us together? Sebastian Junger at Town Hall Seattle
by Mike Simpson
Why is it such a challenge for military veterans to readjust to civilian life? Author Sebastian Junger tackles this question in his new book "Tribe."
May 26, 2016
Farewell, old Hugo House!
by Aisha Al-Amin
The anticipated demolition of the old Richard Hugo House building on June 1 paves way for a bigger new space and programs.