Art & Culture

🎹 Locals to Know: The Rhapsody Project

American music holds something for everyone — jazz, rock ‘n roll, funk, ragtime, hip hop, and the list goes on. But The Rhapsody Project wants us to ask ourselves if we really know where that music comes from?  The project teaches young (and some older) students about the roots of America’s music through jam sessions, […]

/ February 24, 2022

Daybreak Star Radio is ‘indigenizing the airwaves’

Daybreak Star Radio wants to champion Indigenous musicians from around the world. From hip-hop to country and traditional to metal, they have shows for everyone.

/ September 16, 2021

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