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Seattle-area music and nightlife events, Oct. 19-25: Arctic Monkeys, DoNormaal and more

Seattle is a music city. On any given night, there are dozens of events worth attending. To that end, it can be a daunting task to find the show that’s worth the trek. This weekly guide can help you filter by recommended shows, your favorite genres and the days you have free, so you can see […]

Paul Allen’s death leaves many questions around what’s likely the largest estate in Washington history

The Paul Allen empire includes a dizzying interplay of for-profit and philanthropic endeavors. His death raises a host of business succession planning and taxation questions, all with significant implications for the city and region Allen loved.

Banksy posts video saying incomplete shredding a malfunction

Much has been made about whether the famously anonymous artist had intended to keep at least part of the canvas intact. That raised speculation that the stunt would only increase the painting's value.

‘Sadie’ carves beautiful details in a powerful, honest story

Though it addresses big themes — children’s exposure to violence; opioid addiction; single parenting — “Sadie” is at its heart an intimate story, about a mother and daughter and a man who seems to come between them. But its honesty and power makes it feel large. Rating: 3.5 stars out of 4.

You down? Office sparring and identity politics in Seattle Public Theater’s ‘Fade’

Tanya Saracho's 2017 play, now at Seattle Public Theater, is a two-character excavation of what it means for Lucia, a Mexican-born TV writer, to be "down" — in the eyes of token-minority-hiring TV bosses, and in the eyes of the janitor who takes out the garbage.

‘Halloween’: ‘Pure evil’ is back in wickedly smart, effective sequel

Jamie Lee Curtis and the demonic Michael Myers return in the best “Halloween” movie since the 1978 original. Rating: 3.5 stars out of 4.

Remember cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason from the royal wedding? He’s playing with Seattle Symphony this week

The acclaimed young cellist is making his American orchestral debut Oct. 18-20 with the Seattle Symphony, performing Tchaikovsky’s “Rococo Variations.”

Seattle Opera’s ‘The Turn of the Screw’ is tense, spooky — and not for everyone

For “The Turn of the Screw” to work, the opera company has to create a real sense of creepiness; Seattle Opera’s production succeeds, steadily building tension and a sense of uncertainty. Its spookiness will delight some fans but — warning — may turn off those sensitive to its central theme.

Noodling pasta into incredible edible art: Salty Seattle’s Linda Miller Nicholson

With almost 200,000 Instagram followers, a global video audience and a new cookbook, "Pasta, Pretty Please," this Eastside chef has built an empire out of flour, water, fresh eggs and creative obsession.

Community calendar: Seattle Home Show 2, Diwali: Lights of India, bazaars and more

A detailed, categorized calendar of events all over Seattle and Western Washington, Oct. 19-25, 2018.

‘Come From Away’ at 5th Avenue Theatre is openhearted and exhilarating

“Come From Away” celebrates acts of kindness, and indeed the potential we all have (but don’t always exercise) for active compassion in the aftermath of unspeakable tragedy.
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