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"Do something": An interview with Dina Martina
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

"Do something": An interview with Dina Martina

For years the enigmatic, surreal, and chaotic Dina Martina has graced Seattle's stages during the holiday season to the delight and bewilderment of theatergoers. Her annual Christmas show has become a world-renowned phenomenon.

Dough for the holidays: Dough Joy's guilt-free donuts make Seattle's vegan nice list
FOOD & NIGHTLIFE

Dough for the holidays: Dough Joy's guilt-free donuts make Seattle's vegan nice list

When Sean Willis met Christopher Ballard on a brief trip to Seattle years ago, neither of them initially suspected they would someday jointly venture into veganism and soon to launch an innovative, plant-based donut shop on Capitol Hill.

There's no business like Snow Business: Seattle Men's Chorus welcomes audiences for its first live performances since 2020
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

There's no business like Snow Business: Seattle Men's Chorus welcomes audiences for its first live performances since 2020

Glowing with excitement, they are now ready to welcome audiences back into live performance venues.

That's Amore and Dining Out for Life: Giving back, including $1,500 for Lifelong
FEATURES

That's Amore and Dining Out for Life: Giving back, including $1,500 for Lifelong

Keeping the spirit of giving alive during the pandemic has proven difficult, but for Guy Devillier and David Hoefer, current co-owners of That's Amore Italian Café, this challenge has also paved the way for innovative new approaches to give back.

Cute crafts and Queer vendors: Urban Craft Uprising's Winter Show
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Cute crafts and Queer vendors: Urban Craft Uprising's Winter Show

One of the Northwest's largest indie maker-event organizers, Urban Craft Uprising, has two major craft fairs coming in December.

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Arts & Entertainment

The arts are only getting bigger: What Kucera's fellowships mean for Seattle

The arts are only getting bigger: What Kucera's fellowships mean for Seattle

Greg Kucera and Larry Yocom left $500,000 to Artist Trust, which promptly announced two newfellowship awards meant to "advance art and equity."

Local

The mountain's out this winter: Show your pride with Left of Rainier's progressive apparel

The mountain's out this winter: Show your pride with Left of Rainier's progressive apparel

Henry Waymack is making a statement with his line of apparel, homewares, and pins.

National

The new adventures of old Milo: Hawker of religious paraphernalia

The new adventures of old Milo: Hawker of religious paraphernalia

Former homocon celebrity Milo Yiannopoulos has a new career: hawking statutes of the Virgin Mary.

International

International News Highlights — November 19, 2021

International News Highlights — November 19, 2021

Weekly international news highlights for the week ending November 19, 2021.