Seattle's real estate bust has birthed a new brand of interdisciplinary creative spaces where more traditional tenants once were. Writer Bond Huberman profiles five of the city's new art havens.
Adam Jacobs plays Aladdin at the 5th Ave.
An exciting temporary exhibit from local experimental group MadArt teaches us how artists experience living spaces differently.
Experimenting with puppets and cartoon stereotypes, a new multimedia play confronts the challenges faced by people with hybrid ethnic identities.
Antonia Juhasz, author of "Black Tide."
The young Houston writer's first book, 'Harlem is Nowhere,' teaches us that studying history is truly about living in the present.
Joyce Carol Oates
Michael Patten and Brian Claudio Smith in 'O Lovely Glowworm.'
Mark Chamberlin, a longtime local actor and NCTC board member, died March 22 following a bike accident.