Arts and Culture

The University of Washington Press is making a big noise in publishing circles, and its growing reputation screams from a collection of eye-catching tomes sprawled across a table: 'The Tao of Raven,' 'The City Is More Than Human,' 'Black Women in Sequence'

Maldives frontman Jason Dodson tells us about the new album, 'Mad Lives,' and his dreams of a vacation

We catch up with Jason McCue, an inventive singer/songwriter and winner of the 2017 MoPop Sound Off! underage battle of the bands

Stapleton and Morris occupy opposite poles in country music’s ever-expanding tent; you wouldn't pick them for a pair until you realize they are, in fact, perfectly paired

Listen to local literary luminaries, marvel at Marc Maron's unique brand of comedy and dress up for a great cause

Sera Cahoone, formerly of Band of Horses and Carissa's Wierd, will release her fourth solo album, 'From Where I Started,' on her own Lady Muleskinner records this Friday

Necessity is the mother of invention, and for Bellevue native Jack Perkins and Eric Anwar—friends who met at the University of Southern California—the necessity was power (of the electrical variety)

Spontaneous scribbler Dozfy leaves surprise gifts of art for restaurant staffs in Seattle and parts beyond

Meet a Muslim at the movies, marvel at the music of Rickie Lee Jones and Madeleine Peyroux and take in a classic flick at an equally classic, West Seattle movie house

From the rugged duds at Filson’s new Ballard outpost to vintage-cool bow ties, new finds are built for all mankind