Arts & Culture
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.
As the leaves fall, local theatres’ curtains go up!
Most museums encourage self-guided tours and some offer audio tours, but to get the real experience, why not learn from the experts?
Here is a new list of exhibits coming your way that should not be missed. These include historical artifacts to the most recent design and from the most elegant to the very strange.
Learn how you can help make a difference in Seattle’s theater scene and maybe score some free tickets.
Here are five places for your children to explore and experience fine art in theatre and music.
Whether reading inside by the fire during a wet and wintery day or outside on the beach with a paperback, books never go out of season. Here are five bookstores that are worth finding.
The following suggested walking tour highlights five areas of Seattle’s best sites so you can get a history lesson and some exercise in just one day (less than two miles round trip). Start at Smith Tower.
Interested the art scene and want to get involved? Check out these top five volunteer opportunities for art lovers in the Seattle area.