Arts & Culture
“Fifty Shades of Grey” by E.L. James is currently the “big” book based in Seattle. Whether or not it is considered the best is debatable. There are plenty of other Northwest authors that you should be aware of. Here are just five who offer books that you should consider reading.
This spring, learn from other cultures, pick up a few new tips or simply bring home something that will cheer up your walls. Whether you are an artist or craftsman, or you just appreciate the arts, you’ll want to attend these upcoming events.
Adventure appears to be the theme for theatre productions in Seattle this January and February. Whether you feel like laughing across the globe, reclaiming your childhood in the form of talking stuffed animals or taking a serious walk down memory lane, there is something here for everyone.
Here are five local organizations to consider helping where you can actually see your dollars or your time make a real difference.
This winter, experience the arts in Seattle in a different way.
Here are five of the best upcoming classical music performances in Seattle. Some are completely traditional while others have their own unique take on the source material.
For some, live theater is a holiday tradition; for others, it is just a night out to enjoy the performing arts. Whatever the case may be, here is what you can look forward to this season.
Dinner theaters are not as prevalent as they once were, but they haven’t gone away for good. Here are five suggestions for a good time of food, drink and entertainment all at the same place.
Unlike other yearly events, Hispanic Heritage Month begins in the middle of September and ends during the middle of October, giving plenty of wiggle room to expand events before and after the official September 15 and October 15 date range.
Have you ever watched the improv comedy TV show “Whose Line is it Anyway?” and wondered how the actors are able to make up stories on the fly? See for yourself at one of these five Seattle theaters who specialize in the craft.