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  • SIFF
    A few hours before the 42nd Seattle International Film Festival's opening gala, filmmakers, activists and others gathered in Northwest Film Forum to discuss the apparent honor about to be given to a man once accused of molesting his adoptive daughter.
  • Business
    What started out as a shopping spree for one Seattle woman has grown quickly into a thriving enterprise providing living wages and essential benefits to the caretakers of a centuries-old cottage industry.
  • Schools
    On May 17, the northwest Seattle high school’s Gender Awareness Group and Pride Club opened the campus’s first gender neutral bathroom. Two more bathrooms would be marked as transgender positive spaces later in the day, said student Destin Cramer, who spearheaded the redesignation of the facilities.
  • Seattle International Film Festival

    On the surface, Norwegian historical action flick “The Last King” (natively titled “Birkebeinerne”) offers a lot: Action. Political intrigue. Betrayal. Motherloving vikings tearing down motherloving mountains on totally boss skis that let them achieve breakneck speeds. Also, cute babies (two of them!).

    And to be fair, this film (directed by Nils Gaup and screening in the 42nd Seattle International Film Festival) delivers on all of it. But it delivers far, far too much. 

  • Seattle International Film Festival
    For all its concern with sex and sexuality, “Slash” (directed by Clay Liford and screening in Queen Anne as part of the 2016 Seattle International Film Festival) is a surprisingly wholesome — if decidedly unchaste — coming-of-age film. It’s also well worth seeing.
    
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  • Hendrix park finding its way
    The late, great Jimi Hendrix is a Seattle icon. But 45 years after his death, little exists in Seattle in the way of tangible tributes to his rock ’n’ roll legacy. Through a decade-long collaborative effort, that’s about to change.
  • Reel Grrls puts SIFF and Woody Allen under the microscope
    A few hours before the 42nd Seattle International Film Festival's opening gala, filmmakers, activists and others gathered in Northwest Film Forum to discuss the apparent honor about to be given to a man once accused of molesting his adoptive daughter.
  • Sound Transit announces coming attractions
    The Seattle-area’s love-hate relationship with gigantic transit infrastructure projects is about to get another partner to dance with: Sound Transit has unveiled a proposal for Sound Transit 3.
  • Students open gender inclusive bathrooms at Nathan Hale High School
    On May 17, the northwest Seattle high school’s Gender Awareness Group and Pride Club opened the campus’s first gender neutral bathroom. Two more bathrooms would be marked as transgender positive spaces later in the day, said student Destin Cramer, who spearheaded the redesignation of the facilities.


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