Art & Culture

Day In Day Out Fest (Day 2)

Bumbershoot was canceled for the second year in a row, but the folks behind Capitol Hill Block Party brought us the new Day in Day Out festival instead.

/ September 7, 2021

‘Hetero’: Everyone is gay and no one dies

Filmed, created, and acted by local PNW’ers, “Hetero” is a new web series that brings viewers queer storylines that go beyond the typical tropes.

/ June 18, 2021

🎧 Local Music Lowdown: THEM

After meeting at music school these four teenagers formed the band THEM. Their debut single “BAD 4 U” is out now and streaming on all platforms.

/ June 11, 2021

Don’t read this if you want to enjoy that latte

Lattes are more than just espresso and foamy milk — they’re works of art. Just ask the folks we met at one of Seattle’s latte art competitions.

/ May 16, 2021

Have a drink with Hi Crime

Our latest edition of “have a drink with” is a two-for where we also are introducing you to a new band — Hi Crime. Catch our IG Live with them and our Q&A.

/ April 29, 2021

Have a drink with Jeremy Buben and the FoodArt Collective

Jeremy Buben started the FoodArt Collection in 2017 — a whole gallery dedicated to art that depicts food. People can make reservations online to schedule a viewing.

/ April 9, 2021

A map of 28 + of Seattle’s most iconic murals and the stories behind them

See something we missed? Let us know what other murals we should add to our map.

/ March 29, 2021

A Q&A with Lisette Marie Flanary director of ‘Tokyo Hula’

A Q&A with the filmmaker Lisette Marie Flanary about her documentary ‘Tokyo Hula,’ which is the final film in her trilogy about the dance.

/ March 4, 2021

A Virtual Lunar New Year Event w/ The Evergrey + International Examiner

Join us in celebrating the Year of the Ox with a panel to discuss the intersections of identity, culture, and food, followed by a cooking demo.

/ January 20, 2021

🎧 Local Music Lowdown: Warren Dunes

Warren Dunes brings us a visual EP to help us forget all the bad things happening. The local band sits down to talk about their latest project.

/ December 15, 2020