comedy

Your weekly guide to Seattle's hottest events.

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

Comedy and cooking are meant for each other—and I don’t just mean in the way that it’s laughable how bad I am in the kitchen. 

The best tech-related events, and an interview with hilarious novelist Maria Semple

If you need a break from Seattle’s unfailing earnestness, let your irreverent side fly free at Laugh Riot, the monthly alternative comedy showcase that takes place at Capitol Hill’s Chop Suey (9/2. 9 p.m. $5.

When comedian/musician Reggie Watts begins his act, he might have a British accent—but that won’t last long. Soon his inflection morphs into that of a typical American rapper, or maybe the stentorian tones of a commercial advertiser.