Arts and Culture

Singer/songwriter Brenda Xu talks about a single from her latest album, 'Overflow.' She performs at the Fremont Abbey this Friday with Tomo Nakayama and Shenandoah Davis

Doesn't a trip to the desert sound good right about now? Just so happens the Ms square off with the San Diego Padres tomorrow in its first spring training game in Peoria, Arizona. Here's what you need to know if you want to head south to root for the home team

What to do in the days ahead: A cool film series at Northwest Film Forum, sub-aquatic rock at Seattle Aquarium and glimpse into the void at On the Boards

Dawes, quite possibly America’s finest rock band, is playing the Showbox on Friday. They’re fronted by Los Angeles’ groovy Goldsmith brothers, Taylor and Griffin, and there are several extremely compelling reasons to see the quartet perform in person

This week, guitarist Peter Richards of indie rock trio Dude York takes a crack at our questions. His Hardly Art-signed group will release its new John Goodmanson (Sleater-Kinney, Bikini Kill) and Cody Votolato (The Blood Brothers)-produced album, 'Sincerely,' this Friday

What to do in Seattle in the weeks ahead

"As an artist in Seattle, I pledge that with every bit of my life energy, I will continue to give more music to the world for the purpose of spreading more aloha and, as I sing in the song “First Avenue,” 'reteaching the world to love.'"

The talented ensemble cast of Can Can's 'French Kiss' perform their namesake cabaret move

If you like your dinner theater intimate, sexy and delicious, give into the charms of 'French Kiss'

The new glam rock tune from a bunch of guys faking Workers’ Comp injuries to get pain meds from Urgent Care