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There's a Chameleon Living at Gordito's in Greenwood

1 hour agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Jen Graves This new mural on the Gordito's building in Greenwood pictures a Jackson's chameleon, common in Hawaii, where the artist, Oasis, lives in Hilo. The mural was made in collaboration with Graves33 of Seattle. Courtesy of the...Show More Summary

The Morning News: Young Everett Mother Dumps Baby in Trash Compactor, Big Tech Wants ST3 to Happen

1 hour agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Charles Mudede Stock market loves Amazon, and Amazon loves ST3. But Seattle is still undecided about Amazon's balls. Charles Mudede Big Tech (Amazon, Microsoft, Vulcan) Giving Big Bucks to ST3 Campaign: This is not surprising. No scrying is needed to see that the popular cities of the future will have advanced systems of public transportation. Show More Summary

Preview: A3C is bringing back ’96 to Atlanta

In the 90’s Atlanta finally started getting the world’s attention –– and not just because of the Olympics. New York, the birthplace of hip-hop, would have been happy to ignore OutKast altogether, as would Los Angeles, the home of then-burgeoning gangsta rap.

Review: Pianist Inon Barnatan opens Spivey Hall season with emotionally precise recital

On Sunday afternoon pianist Inon Barnatan performed a solo recital of music by Bach, Brahms, Schubert and Ligeti to officially open Spivey Hall’s 2016-17 concert season. Barnatan made his impressive Atlanta debut in May 2013 as a last-minute substitute for indisposed pianist Marc-André Hamelin, performing Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. Show More Summary

Verso: Magic Strikes Twice

I got to see Helder Guimaraes perform a few years ago when he was a part of a two-man show, Nothing to Hide. Guimaraes is back in the Big Apple for a run of Verso through January at New World Stages where this time he's on the stage by himself for two hours. Show More Summary

The Best Film Events in Seattle This Fall

17 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Picks from Seattle Art and Performance by Julia Raban Find a complete list of film events in Seattle this fall on our Things To Do calendar. THROUGH OCT 1 Local Sightings Khalik Allah, the photographer and filmmaker who directed theShow More Summary

Tricolore at PNB: Athletic, French, Minimal to the Max

21 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Rich Smith Well, I guess the kissing wasn't French. Angela Sterling Pacific Northwest ballet kicked off its fall season with Tricolore, a tripartite ballet featuring two pieces from Benjamin Millepied and one from George Balanchine. Show More Summary

Videos: Metallica Debut New Song At Intimate Webster Hall Gig

Pancake lovers Metallica are gearing up for the release of Hardwired...To Self Destruct, their first full-length record since 2008's Death Magnetic (give or take the occasional crankymetal song about tables). Fans have already been treated...Show More Summary

Follow Our Debates Live Slog Right Here, Starting at 6 p.m.

3 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Stranger staffers will be live-slogging their analyses, reactions, and an occasional gif. Keep us company—follow along right here. by Stranger Staff MIKE FORCE Tonight is the first presidential debate of the 2016 election. It's Clinton v. Show More Summary

Double Wide Under Fire for Kicking Out Patron Who Objected to Nazi Imagery

The popular Deep Ellum bar took flack on Facebook & Yelp! for their stance The crowd at Deep Ellum’s Double Wide bar can, in many ways, be described as diverse. It’s a place where punks, hipsters, and yuppies alike gather to drink cheap...Show More Summary

Photos of the 2016 Stranger Genius Awards!! The Highlights! The Stage Lights! The Dancing!

3 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Christopher Frizzelle September 24, 2016 at the Moore Theatre. Victoria Holt Erin Pike and Markeith Wiley. Victoria Holt Jody Kuehner and a Cherdonna fan. Victoria Holt Lindy West and her family. Victoria Holt Noelani Pantastico. Victoria Holt Barbara Earl Thomas and her fans. Show More Summary

Official Austin Taco Day, 1889 Driskill Menu, and More A.M. Intel

The latest 13 restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now — It’s been proclaimed that September 24 will now forever be known as Taco Day, as mayor Steve Adler announced during the Tacos of Texas book launch party on Saturday at Tamale...Show More Summary

Last-Minute Plans: 63 Free, Cheap & Easy Things To Do in Seattle This Weekend

5 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Fishermen's Fall Festival, Afrocop, And More $10-And-Under Options For September 23-25 by Stranger Things To Do Staff It's officially fall, but don't let a little drizzle get in the way of your adventures through state parks, jazz brunches, and improv jams. Show More Summary

The Debates Look Like a Contest Between the Student Council President and the School Bully

5 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Rich Smith This election is a teen movie I wanted to walk out of a month ago. Jemastock / Eli Sanders, Dan Savage, and I discussed Clinton/Trump debate strategies on this week's newly reformatted Blabbermouth. Dan...Show More Summary

Pusillanimous Hypocrite Ted Cruz Endorses Unhinged Sociopath Donald Trump

Human Nickelodeon slime Ted Cruz—alleged Zodiac Killer, Princess Bride enthusiast, failed presidential candidate—briefly managed to overcome the moment in which he swallowed a tonsil stone on national television when he refused to endorse...Show More Summary

Word from an Official SFMTA MUNI Bus: “Thank You, Israel, for Fighting Our Shared Enemies for Us”

Tweet This one’s new. I’m seeing it all over town. It makes me think of transparent dangling carrots, I’m srsly. It gives me an earworm is what I’m saying. Oh what’s that, SFMTA – you don’t really want to weigh in on the Mideast, but the money’s just too good to say no? Imagine a […]

Hillary's Poll Numbers Are Improving (But There's No Improving the Electoral College)

6 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Dan Savage Sensible people everywhere spent the last week freaking out about the election. Donald Trump was closing the gap to Hillary Clinton in the polls—inching closer! pulling even! within the margin of terror!—and for a suddenly we were within one half of one horsemen of the Apocalypse. Show More Summary

Cuomo's 'Enforcer' Buddy Faces Bribery And Fraud Charges

A former top aide to Governor Andrew Cuomo, who was known as his "enforcer," will be charged by U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara today. Joseph Percoco is accused of a bribery scheme that includes asking an energy company doing business with the state for a job for his wife. Show More Summary

Mr Robot Season Two Ends Tonight: Perhaps the Post-Revolution Should Not Be Televised

by Charles Mudede Rami Malek made a little history by winning Best Actor in a Drama at the 68th Emmy Awards. USA Network On Sunday night, Rami Malek won an Emmy for best actor in a drama for his portrayal of Elliot Alderson on Mr. Robot. Show More Summary

EOD: That Antikythera Shipwreck Everyone's Talking About? It Also Carried the First Known Computer

by Jennifer Campbell Three weeks ago, underwater archeologists found a 2,000-year-old human skeleton buried in the wreckage of Roman ship near the Greek island of Antikythera. It's a rare and exciting find, as the squeals from the divers in the video above can attest. Show More Summary

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