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Rooting the Community With New Outdoor Program

Rooting the Community With New Outdoor Program

November 7, 2019

No one can really cook a pot of soup from stone, but, in the heart of Seattle’s International District, the Danny Woo Community...

From Simple Card Tricks to Professional Magician

From Simple Card Tricks to Professional Magician

November 7, 2019

Every student needs a little magic in their life, and graduate student Travis Kim is here to deliver. Kim studies student development administration in the Education Program, but he has other ...

Femininity at The Frye, Curated by Seattle U Professor

Femininity at The Frye, Curated by Seattle U Professor

November 7, 2019

The “Unsettling Femininity” gallery currently at the Frye Art Museum takes a closer look at the undercurrent of femininity...

Lizzo’s “Good as Hell” Year Ends with Seattle Laser Show

Lizzo’s “Good as Hell” Year Ends with Seattle Laser Show

November 6, 2019

With Lizzo’s recent nomination for the American Music Awards, her hit single “Truth Hurts” earning platinum, performances...

“JoJo Rabbit”—Taika Waititi’s Most Confusing Masterpiece Yet

“JoJo Rabbit”—Taika Waititi’s Most Confusing Masterpiece Yet

November 6, 2019

In an amusing yet unsettling tale set during late-stage Nazi Germany, “Jojo Rabbit” is film director Taika Waititi’s newest movie. Having premiered at the 44th Toronto Internat...

The Scary Truth of Halloween Costume Consumer Culture

The Scary Truth of Halloween Costume Consumer Culture

October 31, 2019

In an effort to pull off the best costumes, people routinely turn to fast fashion and cheap choices to satisfy their costume necessities...

This Much Is Clear: Kim Petras Rocks the Showbox

This Much Is Clear: Kim Petras Rocks the Showbox

October 30, 2019

Without sounding like one of your grandparents who shakes their fist at the sky after remembering “the good old days,” it’s...

Steve Lacy Is an Undeniable Rising Star with Range and Rhythm

Steve Lacy Is an Undeniable Rising Star with Range and Rhythm

October 30, 2019

The music industry is experiencing a new wave. Steve Lacy, a 21-year-old virtuoso, is the undefinable, genre-bending star at the f...

“Dracula” at the Act Is a Feast for the Living and the Dead Alike

“Dracula” at the Act Is a Feast for the Living and the Dead Alike

October 30, 2019

It’s the Halloween season, and the ACT Theatre is going all-in with a production of Steven Dietz’s new adaptation of “Dracula.” Dietz, a prolific playwright who has a g...

Spooky Lit Crawl Brings Out Hordes of Writers

Spooky Lit Crawl Brings Out Hordes of Writers

October 30, 2019

Packed rooms full of patrons occupied coffee shops, bars, bookstores and even glasses shops across Seattle on Thursday night for...

The Long Road to LGBTQ Representation in Media

The Long Road to LGBTQ Representation in Media

October 23, 2019

While often fantastical, film and television tell the lived experience of diverse viewers, mirroring the stories of millions....

A Haunted High Tea

A Haunted High Tea

October 23, 2019

Before all of the high rises, cranes and multi-billion-dollar companies, Seattle had mostly been visited by gold-rush enthusiasts,...

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