Tickets for the wildly anticipated exhibit lasted less than 24 hours.
A wild look into the Muppet mastermind's work.
There was only one event in Seattle last weekend where you could hear about a North Carolina band's resistance to the HB2 anti-trans bathroom bill, hear post-Fukushima J-pop and sit two-feet away from the lead singer of the Talking Heads: MoPop's 2017 Pop Conference
The annual gathering of pop music pundits, panelists, presenters and oh, musicians! The annual Pop Conference takes place April 20-23 at MoPop
Inspired by Finnish design house Marimekko’s sprightly designs on display at the Nordic Heritage Museum, bright colors and a playful mix of patterns are propelling spring fashion forward
We catch up with Jason McCue, an inventive singer/songwriter and winner of the 2017 MoPop Sound Off! underage battle of the bands
At The Center for Wooden Boats’ (CWB) annual Wooden Boat Festival, set for Independence Day weekend, July 2–4, explore the nautical education nonprofit’s Lake Union Park home—and help celebrate its 40th anniversary.
Last August, painter and installation artist Noah Davis, who was raised in Seattle but based in Los Angeles, died of cancer at the age of 32.
When it comes to endless summer nights, Seattle has the bragging rights sewn up: Around here, sunlight lingers into end of day (we’ll have 16 hours of daylight on June 21!), making for long, languid evenings that seem to stretch o
Crocheted potholders, vintage tin tops, stripey wool sweaters, pipe cleaners, sequins, hooked rugs, porcelain birds, god's eyes, Beanie Babies, synthetic hair, candy wrapper chains, unfurled cassette tapes and a million white pearl buttons.