Mo Rocca sets out to right that wrong with Mobituaries, his book profiling the people who have long fascinated him — from the 20th century's greatest entertainer to a forgotten Founding Father to sitcom characters gone all too soon.
by MK ScottSeattle Cooks is an exciting collection of 80 signature dishes from 40 of the city's best restaurants.
by MK ScottPart-book reading, part feminist revival party, 'Transparent' creator Jill Soloway was in Seattle this past Tuesday, October 23 at Temple De Hirsch Sinai.
Oh, the things you've heard! You've been told statements that aren't true, and that made you sad. Myths kept you from your full potential. Tall tales were told to provoke you.
When you were in school, that's all history was to you: a list of years and names to memorize and then forget, twenty minutes after Finals Week. So maybe now it's time to find a history book that's relevant to you - a book like "The Boys of Fairy Town " b
by Terri SchlichenmeyerOh, the things you've heard!You've been told statements that aren't true, and that made you sad.
by Terri SchlichenmeyerThe drama runs deep in your life.
by Terri SchlichenmeyerDates, times, and old dead guys.
by Terri SchlichenmeyerYou have no rope left.
by Terri SchlichenmeyerThe picture reminds you of a thousand things.
To celebrate the October publication of his new memoir, Logical Family, the iconic queer writer, Armistead Maupin, author of Tales of the City and its sequels, sat down with Seattle Review of Books founder Paul Constant on Monday, October 16 for an ins...
Sexual harassment in Hollywood is nothing new, according to screen legend Tippi Hedren, who has finally written her memoir titled Tippi.