A local writer sends his first book out into the world.
Calling all wanderlusters, seekers and humans in search of something more. A local author has penned his first book—part travelogue, part self-discovery exploration—and we highly recommend you tag along for the exhilarating ride.
Sharing good vibes with a local energy intuitive and Reiki master.
New Year, new explorations. To follow up on some self-care tips offered last fall, we’ve connected with a wonderfully kind and wise Seattleite who does meaningful work that may just resonate with you, too.
Music with soul comes to the Neptune this Sunday.
Raised on an island in South Carolina, singer/songwriter Trevor Hall realized at a young age that music was more than simply a passion. His journey has been a rich one, and we’re thrilled to host him here at Neptune Theatre this Sunday, November 12. As he launches The Fruitful Darkness, his first independent release, we caught up with Trevor to ask some questions about life—then and now.
Getting to know Earl Benjamin of SoulCycle Bellevue.
You may have heard the buzz that SoulCycle has come to Seattle, landing itself over on the eastside at a brand-new, bright and bustling Bellevue studio. We thought it would be fun to chat with an instructor to hear what it takes to lead the masses at this energetic hub of sweat, music and high-powered pedaling.
The secret’s out on one of Seattle’s favorite homegrown stars.
Kris Orlowski is hardly a new name on the Seattle music scene. Yet the man—and his band—have recently been on the move. Good things are happening, and the future feels especially bright.
Spotlight On Women’s Health: Q&A With Heike Malakoff
In 2003, just five days after she turned thirty-four, doctors rocked Heike Malakoff‘s world when they informed her she had breast cancer. Thankfully, after years of treatment, Heike is thrilled to report today that she’s now been cancer-free for seven years.
Another Seattle show, another chat with the talented frontman.
A year after our first Q&A, Langhorne Slim sets us straight on the band’s recent successes and future hopes. In essence? The friendly guys plan to keep on rocking out and shaking their tails, as they’ve been known to do. The group’s gradually making the Seattle rounds, hopping their way across the city’s many storied stages. This time, Langhorne Slim & The Law come to The Neptune Theatre Thursday, October 10. If you’re wise, you’ll join in on the celebration.
This weekend, a Kentucky-bred talent & his cello electrify the Tractor Tavern stage
Fans adore cellist, singer-songwriter and composer Ben Sollee for his genre-bending, storytelling, Appalachia-loving ways. He’s shared the stage with, among other musical greats, Bela Fleck and My Morning Jacket, he’s a political activist, and he can often be
Getting the inside scoop on his new book “Tortured Artists.”
In his recent released book, Christopher Zara profiles 48 of “the most obsessive, neurotic, depressed and despondent creative figures in history.” The artists range from Charles Schulz to Charlie Parker, Michelangelo to Madonna, Andy Warhol to Amy Winehouse.