Nicole Capozziello grew up in her family’s Italian restaurant in Wisconsin. She is a freelance writer on arts, food and social justice and a works at Theo Chocolate.
SIFF highlights, Coyote Central’s Annual Art Sale and a colorful-whimsical-morbid art combo.
Yaa Gyasi, a comedy of errors and all the bonsai you could ever want in one place.
Nancy Guppy's vibrant collages, Free Comic Book Day and newspaper ephemera.
Alice in Wonderland Burlesque, Alvin Ailey's "Revelations" and Independent Bookstore Day.
The Langston Hughes African American Film Festival, some optical trickery and a Scholastic Book Fair-type festival for adults.
A “post-apocalyptic Western with Nerf guns,” glass artist Preston Singletary, a few poetry readings and Tamale Guy.
Tap dancing, ancient ceramic sculptures and an edible book festival (yes, you read that right).
National Clam Day, women and jazz and a Seattle artist visits the states Trump won.
Quiet yet terrifying images, an 80s rewind party and a dance/theatrical creation you don’t want to miss.
A birding festival, Seattle’s grand vaudeville showcase and the Paula Boggs Band.