Lunar New Year, Allen Toussaint and answers to your deepest, darkest questions: your weekend list

Ask the Oracle * A new event, Ask the Oracle is a simple, entertaining premise: Arrive at the Sorrento Hotel (where the setting looks not…

Seattle Vice, a talk on homelessness and comedian David Cross: your weekend list

Housing is a Human Right * Artist Martha Rosler, Alison Eisinger of the Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness and community organizer Mary Flowers present a…

Plays, a poetry slam and Radiolab Live: your weekend list

Disgraced A New York lawyer appears to have it all until race, ethnicity, religion and politics crush his world, forcing him to stop living a…

Celebrate MLK Day, Art of Alzheimer’s and Nordic film: your weekend list

MLK Jr. Day Open House * There are a whole host of events in Seattle to celebrate Martin Luther King Day, but this one at…

Indigenous art, world’s best restaurant, ‘Arrested Development’ trivia: your weekend list

You Are On Indigenous Land * Seattle filmmaker and creative force Tracy Rector has assembled a whole host of local indigenous artists for her first…

Amy Schumer, Shabazz Palaces, Seattle Symphony and more: your New Year’s weekend list

Happy New Year, Crosscut readers! Below are some top activities to check out this evening, and in the first weekend of 2016. Seattle Symphony’s New…

Scrooge! Gremlins! An all-night happy hour! Your (long) Weekend List

A Christmas Carol Right about now is when I start to stress and grumble about the holidays and all that they entail. So I’m grateful…

Questions about Diving Santa, answered: your weekend list

  Diving Santa * Here is something a little unusual to do this weekend — the opportunity to take a picture with a ...  scuba…

Santas, pubs and a Charlie Brown Christmas: your weekend list

Seattle SantaCon 2015 * Right about now, you might want to grab your phone, open up your Amazon Prime Now app and order a Santa…

Winter Beer Fest, drag queen shows and a drawing jam: your weekend list

PNB’s The Nutcracker Pacific Northwest Ballet unveils its new Nutcracker this season — a magnificently colorful production with George Balanchine’s choreography, sets and costumes by…

People at their best in ‘Come From Away,’ Tituss Burgess & Men’s Chorus, local booksellers’ day: your weekend list

Come From Away On Sept. 11, 2001, tiny, out-in-the-middle-of-nowhere Gander, Newfoundland suddenly found itself hosting thousands of people stranded mid-route as their planes were diverted…

Sci-fi burlesque, golden age hip-hop, and an award-winning impressionist: your weekend list

Mark Morris Dance Group Homegrown dance hero Mark Morris returns to the Pacific Northwest with a rep that includes a pair of Seattle premieres: Whelm,…

Brilliant ballet, David Sedaris and Hello Kitty — your Weekend List

Pacific Northwest Ballet's Emergence I’m not one to use the term brilliant often. But that’s the most apt descriptor for Crystal Pite’s Emergence. That, along…

Death and music, twilight noodle slurping, and a global music icon: your weekend list

My Mañana Comes When ArtsWest announced its 2015-16 season, this was the production I was most excited about seeing. In an Upper East Side restaurant,…

Día De Los Muertos and a haunted history hike: your weekend list, Halloween edition

A Glimmer of Hope or Skin or Light You gotta love a show that’s billed as a dance/theater/cabaret and a glam-rock musical. One of the…
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