It’s a tough market, but “at the end of the day, you only need one job.”
It’s a banner spring for 18-year-old Seattle violinist Simone Porter: She has won a prestigious grant, has signed with a major talent agency and will...
Seattle author Tara Austen Weaver talks about her new memoir, “Orchard House,” which describes how she and her mother rehabbed a garden and their relationship...
A peek behind the scenes at 2015’s weird and wonderful mix of industrial art, sport and mischief: Smash Putt.
An interview with the Australian actor who plays Eric in part two of the “Divergent” film series.
Drew Christie, who contributes “op-docs” to The New York Times, is a former winner of The Seattle Times and SIFF’s 3 Minute Masterpiece contest.
One Above Below None, which barely got into EMP Museum’s Sound Off! competition as a wild card this year, won first place Saturday.
The artist’s “heart in throat, head in hands; tongue in knots, heart on sleeve” was crafted specifically for the Belltown gallery.