Mike Davis is a reporter covering arts and culture. In the past, he's reported on news, politics, and sports for the South Seattle Emerald. Mike previously hosted a podcast where he discussed national politics and pop-culture.
Professional Affiliations: SABJ
Since 2015, Seattle has seen a big push to develop supportive housing facilities. These units are available to residents living with mental illness, substance abuse orders, physical or mental disabilities, and extreme poverty. But residents and staffers have voiced concerns over the safety at some of these residences.
KUOW's arts and culture reporter Mike Davis tells Kim Malcolm what's on his to-do list, rain and shine.
'We Are Not Strangers' depicts the little told story of allyship between Seattle's Sephardic and Japanese communities
In his new graphic novel "We Are Not Strangers," author and illustrator Josh Tuininga explores the relationship between a Sephardic Jewish man and his Japanese American neighbor as they navigate the tension in Seattle on the precipice of World War II.
Robin Hood steals from the rich and gives to the poor in Village Theatre’s production of "Sherwood: The Adventures of Robin Hood," now playing in Issaquah with a run next month at Village Theatre in Everett. This production, based on the book by award-winning playwright Ken Ludwig, is a quick-witted and farcical tale of a fight against tyranny. And in this case, the fight is literal — with swords, arrows, and a slew of insults.
KUOW's arts reporter Mike Davis chats with Kim Malcolm about his weekly picks
The Washington State University Creamery is celebrating its 75th anniversary this weekend. The creamery is known for serving up scoops of Apple Cup Crisp to hungry students in Pullman. But let’s be real: You probably know them for Cougar Gold, a nearly two-pound can of cheddar cheese that is sought-after across the state.
In February of 2022, the King County Regional Homelessness Authority announced an ambitious program promising to reduce unsheltered homelessness in downtown Seattle to zero — potentially within a year. But 19 months later, the organization announced the end of Partnership for Zero, after only meeting a fraction of its goal.
KUOW Arts and Culture Reporter Mike Davis sits down with Jas Keimig and Chase Burns of "Unstreamable" to talk about the new movie, "Bottoms."
The 5th Ave Theater’s original production of the Disney classic, “The Little Mermaid”, was a magical experience with familiar characters, recognizable songs, and a few wonderful surprises that wowed the opening night crowd that was packed with kids.
Common is an Academy Award, Grammy, and Emmy award winning artist. The Chicago born emcee is a true hip hop icon with an award-winning career that spans decades. KUOW's Mike Davis caught up with Common ahead of his performance at Benaroya Hall on Monday, Sept. 18.