Tom Keogh is a longtime writer about classical music, books, and film. He was a staff writer for Eastsideweek and Seattle Weekly, and has taught creative writing and cinema studies in Seattle-area schools.
As COVID-19 cases increase in these communities, a writer reflects on the lives behind the statistics.
Seattle Opera’s premiere production makes new rules, tells a more inclusive story.
'Art from Ashes' commemorates 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz.
Once a journalist, grassroots activist and aid worker in war-torn Bosnia, Peter Lippman chronicles the country's troubled history.
Facing her own terminal diagnosis, a cookbook author pivots to recipes for coping with grief.
In his new book, the writer faces blisters, bomb-sniffing dogs and life’s biggest questions.
<i>Shrek</i> the movie. (DreamWorks)
African American Film Festival flyer.
Lucy DeVito stars as Anne Frank in Intiman Theatre's production of <i>The Diary of Anne Frank</i>. (Chris Bennion)
Kevin Kling and Simone Perrin in <i>How? How? Why? Why? Why?</i>, now playing at the Seattle Rep. (Chris Bennion)