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Spring Arts 2023

The Stranger's A+P Is Back

The Most Comprehensive Guide to the Spring Arts Season Returns Online and in Print

Person of Interest: Rohini Jayanthi

Laughing Through Life’s Hardships

Person of Interest: Josh Okrent & CM Ruiz

Bringing Life to Seattle’s Vacant Spaces

Ballet Unbound

Pacific Northwest Ballet Pushes Itself to the Limits with Boundless

Good as Hell

Legendary Drone Band Earth Finally Receives Their Hero’s Welcome

Solaris Is About a Black Woman

Will Book-It Repertory Theatre’s Adaptation Catch What Others Have Missed?

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Floating on a Sea of Vapors

Emily Counts’s Surreal Sculptures Capture Women’s Magical Powers

Obsessed by Northwest

Why David Schmader Watched Every Single Movie Ever Filmed in Washington and Oregon

The Flood Is Coming

Jónsi’s Multisensory Exhibition Will Hit You Like a Wave

Bananas Are Creepy Yellow Fingers Full of Blood

A New Poetry Collection Tells the Whole Story

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The Stranger's A+P Is Back

The Most Comprehensive Guide to the Spring Arts Season Returns Online and in Print

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Artists of the Week

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Penn Jillette Says Seattle Has the Finest Squirrels in the World

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Visual Art Oct 24 8:00 AM

Martin Ontiveros Is Playing with Power

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Books Oct 17 4:00 PM

Accounting for an Apocalypse

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Kelly Bjork’s Queer Joy

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City Oct 14 1:38 PM

All Aboard! Station Space Coming to King Street Station

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Visual Art Oct 10 8:00 AM

Mx. Morgan’s Fearless Divination

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Film/TV Oct 6 3:24 PM

Five Can't-Miss Flicks at This Year's Seattle Queer Film Festival

From Sexy Burlesque and Sassy Ghosts to an Attempted Drug Smuggling Gone Very, Very Wrong

Visual Art Oct 3 8:00 AM

Adam Sorensen’s Supernatural Sensibilities

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Picture Books Sep 30 11:11 AM

This Week's Comics: Sometimes Sleeping Beauty Has to Rescue Herself

It’s Legally Blonde meets Mad Max in the Dark Ages

Film/TV Sep 30 9:45 AM

Things Didn't Have to Be This Way

Riotsville, U.S.A. Is a Surreal History Lesson on the Militarization of the US Police