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Award-winning science educator and author Dennis Schatz has been waiting decades for the next total solar eclipse in the United States.
Here are some of the most interesting events that still have space for last minute bookings and a few tips for the big day.
It’s a treasure hidden in plain sight: the Belltown Corridor, an alleyway turned permanent installation.
There are way cooler things you could be doing with all that time and money
These days, cinephiles expect more than a creaky seat and stale popcorn, and luckily, some movie houses have upped their game.
Arnold Palmer sorbet, vegan sweet mint, and... blue corn chocolate chip? Delicious!
"More than any astounding feat of strength or athleticism, I really believe that the greatest tradition in the circus is helping people through the journey of becoming themselves.” From the print edition.
It’s no secret that gentrification has encroached on the Central District (CD), once home to much of Seattle’s African-American population. From the print edition.
It's like West World 1.0 has come to Seattle.
From the print edition: Elizabeth Weitz's Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is supports Italian businesses that don't support the mob.
An unidentified man appeared in the Fremont Solstice Parade donning a towering blackface puppet costume.
To see the two simultaneously close so abruptly is bitterly reminiscent of the Harvard Exit’s own inglorious closure in 2015.
One in five Americans, or 19 percent of the country’s population, is living in a multigenerational household today. From the print edition.
The great thing about grown-up summer camp is that you’re, you know, a grown-up.
Ben Jaffe, multi-instrumentalist bandleader of New Orleans' esteemed Preservation Hall Jazz Band, is as much a master of conversation as he is of melody.