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There is so much great art in Seattle. This fall and winter, our cups runneth over with fabulous visual and performing arts from local and international artists.READ MORE
The Central District became Seattle's second official Arts & Culture District a few years ago, and with good reason. Despite rapid change in the neighborhood, arts and culture are alive and well there.READ MORE
Fall is here! Performing arts institutions are starting their 2018-19 season. Museums are opening new shows, and galleries are ramping up for busier months. And of course everyone is saying so long to long, sunny days and looking for indoor activities. Fortunately, there is no shortage of great arts events around Seattle.READ MORE
Seattle institutions are presenting important, timely lessons in Black History right now. The way that history is presented and memorialized has gotten a lot of national press lately. Reconstruction-era monuments to the failed Confederacy are falling (Yay!), while an astounding monument to lynched African Americans just ope...READ MORE
The nation recognizes Black History Month in February, but we are fortunate to have an institution devoted to black history and lives year-round. The Northwest African American Museum has recently opened an exhibition of portraits by Seattle-based, contemporary artists, and we encourage you to see it.READ MORE
An almost perfectly rectangular neighborhood situated at the very beginnings of the south end. Judkins Park is not only diverse in population, but its housing styles are as well.READ MORE
We're halfway through 2017, and it's been...quite a year so far. Based on the political climate, it may feel harder than usual to usual to get patriotic. The new administration is undermining freedom of speech, press, and protest at every turn. As unpopular as Trump is, Trumpcare is even MORE unpopular, but Senate Republica...READ MORE