Arts and Culture

As we brace for yet another few weeks of record-breaking rain, it's time to take shelter in poetry

The 10th annual Record Store Day is here! Here's what some Seattle record shops have in store

A second life for post-dig Bertha is on the table, all it needs is "someone to come forward with the resources to forward the idea in a significant way"

Not many people can muster a physical representation of their life’s work quite like Richard Berger. His Masterpieces of the Earth collection boasts some 150 of the rarest natural formations on earth—and now Berger hopes to share them with Seattle

Spring skiing at Crystal (with beer), a promising new voice in literature, an Earth Day run, a legendary electronic artist and more

The annual gathering of pop music pundits, panelists, presenters and oh, musicians! The annual Pop Conference takes place April 20-23 at MoPop

I intentionally sped through gritty Aberdeen, hometown of the late Kurt Cobain, and back to the same shore, only farther south, past a church whose marquee read, “Clamming boots welcome at worship.” (Perhaps that’s what Cobain meant when he sang, "Come as you are.")

"One very big question on my mind is how bands can survive in a post-CD, music-streaming economy? The answer is syncs for paper towel commercials."

Ben Jaffe's Preservation Hall Jazz Band visits the Neptune Theater Monday, April 17th in support of its latest album, 'So It Is'

Folk songwriting duo Darren Guyaz and Beth Wesche perform as March to May. Here, they discuss a single from their latest album, Through the Night. The pair plays this Thursday at the Triple Door with Devin Sinha