Every Sunday, I bring you a conversation with a local who is doing something great, or a great who is doing something local: media personalities, big thinkers, visiting artists, colorful characters and doers of all kinds. On Tuesdays, I tell you about my travels through some of the week's social and philanthropic events — not just the ones for the swells, but those for work-a-day folks who care about making this region move and improve.
A planned new home at Seattle Center and a new vision have the local institution on the city’s new wavelength.
Ambitious locals make their pitch to a panel of business bigs.
Fifty years ago, the Marysville man walked with the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil-rights protesters from Selma to Montgomery, Ala.
Conductor Julian Kovatchev makes an appearance in the lobby as “Tosca” becomes the toast of the town. Injured comedian Dylan Avila to make a comeback appearance Saturday with the help of Craig Gass.
“Burlesque audiences are open to new experiences. They are there to be surprised and shocked and turned on a little bit.”
Dry January tradition a chance to reset and reflect.
The 2015 to-do lists.
Local artist is a hit on New York’s Fifth Avenue; friends remember Lou Lou Couch, a hero to homeless kids; and Gene Juarez makes a funny.
With a standing gig at Vito’s, the pianist says the music keeps her going.
Author Cheryl Strayed and actors Reese Witherspoon and Laura Dern celebrate the new movie’s recent release. JJ McKay’s annual Christmas party packs them in.