Anxiety. Depression. Rage. Suicidal thoughts. Those are the subjects of the play "Ghosted," which premieres this weekend at the Seattle Children’s Theatre and will then go on tour to high schools in the state of Washington.
Given the continued inclement weather, most area cultural organizations have decided to remain closed for the second day this week.
Northwest legend Brandi Carlile is up for six Grammy Awards on Sunday, including top honors Record of the Year and Album of the Year.
The sound of Seattle was shaped in part by a record label called Sub Pop. Thirty years ago, that label was just a fanzine in Olympia called Subterranean Pop.
Marcie Sillman speaks to Liz Riley of Three Imaginary Girls and SassyBlack about their anthems of the year.
We asked Megan Farmer, staff photojournalist at KUOW, to select her favorite images from this year — and we threw in a few of our own as well.
You may know Karen Finley as one of the artists who was denied federal arts funding, after the Supreme Court ruled against her in 1998. That decision said the government could strip funding from artists because their work was considered indecent.
What advice would Seattle nonprofits give to their peers in Long Island City, Queens, where Amazon is opening another headquarters? Listener Lisa Myers Bulmash, an artist who lives north of Seattle, wanted to know.