Things to do

To deconstruct whiteness, Seattle journalist Marcus Harrison Green wrote a play

“Caucasians Anonymous” is about people who struggle through what Marcus describes as an addiction to whiteness. And this Sunday, Marcus will host a group of actors in a live reading of the play that will be followed by a Q&A with anti-racist white activists.

/ April 18, 2017


Mark the ‘high’ holiday: 15 things to do in Seattle this week

Let’s help you make some plans. The ‘high’ holiday 4/20 is Thursday, you can learn to master the Mason jar on Tuesday, and come Saturday, thousands of Seattleites will be marching for science.

/ April 17, 2017


A party for Seattle’s past and 15 more things to do this week

Let’s plan out your week. A radical project to house the city’s homeless launches tonight. Plus: a pun competition, a chat with our governor, and a chance to pet a baby goat.

/ April 10, 2017


Ask Amazon about Seattle’s growth and 12 more things to do this week

Let’s get out there, Seattle. Amazon’s VP of real estate and facilities is going to talk about how the company’s influencing Seattle’s boom Wednesday. Plus: A post-election book club, an outdoor sale, and work from some young and promising Seattle poets.

/ April 3, 2017


Eat books, join a ‘Shadow Council,’ and 12 more awesome things to do in Seattle this week

Seattle’s best events this week include a political satire, a festival of edible books, and a bouncy house wonderland.

/ March 27, 2017


12 things to do in Seattle this week: Seattle’s Fringe Festival and how animals shaped our city

Here are 12 things to check out this week, plus make sure to RSVP for our trivia night!

/ March 20, 2017


Join The Evergrey and Crosscut for Trivia Night

Expect a few rounds of random questions, a dash of Seattle history, some pop culture, and a few things that your “friend who knows way too much random stuff” will know… so bring them too.

/ March 15, 2017


14 things to do in Seattle this week: Pi Day, our spelling bee, and the weird weird world of pencil fighting

Got plans this week? Let’s help you make them. We’ve got pies, pencils, an artist who built a 6-foot-long pen, and a free screening of a documentary everyone’s been talking about.

/ March 13, 2017


16 things to do in Seattle this week: Boozy brunch, a music tour, and a ‘contemptible’ villain

Seattle is keeping it colorful this week with art walks, an urban hike through our modern music history, and a nationally renowned “pop-up” storytelling show. Got some time to explore your city? Here’s how we’d make the most of it.

/ March 6, 2017


Take photos of the city and make friends while you’re at it

The new Street Meet WA group gets Seattle photographers seeing art in the streets.

/ March 1, 2017