With the Black Trans Prayer Book, poet and educator J Mase III is spreading hope.
Harry Allen was an outlaw of a different sort.
With Skeleton Flower, Degenerate Art Ensemble puts on its most personal performance yet.
The author talks about the joys of screenwriting and why she wanted abortion to be a plot line.
A Northwest News Network reporter says she quit because her male counterparts made "tens of thousands" more.
At some point the American dream became about owning things, and now young people are questioning its hypocrisy.
An Oscars expert reveals how a UW grad changed the Academy Awards forever.
A Pacific Northwest Ballet class for young dance-makers reveals its first creations.
A Viaduct send off, an author embracing female rage, Uncle Vanya and more cultural happenings.
A new edition of a heralded book offers an intimate look at prison life. Scholar Dan Berger talks about its significance today.
Wes Hurley, creator of the documentary ‘Little Potato,’ scores a $100K Creative Capital grant.
A $6.9 million price tag for the storied gay club prompts nostalgia.
Washington Democrats may introduce a bill to address pay inconsistency and legal protections for dancers.
The lawsuit asserted that PeaceHealth discriminated against a 16-year-old transgender boy seeking coverage for top surgery.
Congress needs to pass a reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act that improves support for victims.
An independent investigation found few policy violations, but an employee group has concerns.