Plus, Northwest outdoor music festivals are back in full swing.
The Pioneer Square music club where Nirvana first performed “Smells Like Teen Spirit” is now home to apartments and a new specialty grocery.
Plus, new art spaces in Ballard and Beacon Hill.
Choreographers and performers say a lack of studio space, high costs of living and the pandemic have made it hard to kickstart a career in the city.
As the city celebrates the event's 60th anniversary, we look back at plans that never happened — including a floating island, a huge dome and an Atlantic City-style boardwalk.
The push comes amid a growing trend of labor organizing in U.S. museums and a flurry of high-profile union votes locally and nationally.
Plus, mythical beasts and where to find them (hint: galleries across the city).
Also rebooting in-person programming: the Seattle Black Film Festival.
The tax could raise $2.5 million per year for local arts, culture and science nonprofits and community projects.
Plus, a scavenger hunt for Fair art still standing at Seattle Center, and environmental art shows for Earth Day.
In an effort to combat the unemployment and underemployment of creative workers, Hope Corps will put artists to work on public projects.
Plus, tips for jazz appreciation month, from Count Basie to Kenny G.
The first feature film by Seattle talent Zia Mohajerjasbi is a lyrical ode to a side of the city not often shown in movies.
In its season debut, Civic Cocktail hosts a discussion with local historians and a futurist on what was and what will be in the Emerald City.
Plus, glitches at the Henry Art Gallery and ghosts at ACT Theatre.
After Russia invaded her native Ukraine, Seattle artist Darya Husak created an art show dedicated to ‘home.’