- Can’t wait for ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’? Get ready with these Seattle-area events.
- Couth Buzzard Books, celebrating a milestone anniversary, has become the ‘Cheers’ of Greenwood
- 'There's a taboo when talking about parenting' — and in his new show, this Seattle musician-comedian tackles it head-on
- Highlights from Moira’s Book Club discussion of ‘My Sister, the Serial Killer’
- Nominate the people who’ve had the greatest impact on Seattle this decade
- Now streaming: ‘Marriage Story,’ ‘Ready or Not,’ ‘The Goldfinch,’ ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’
- 2 winter festivals in Seattle offer holiday cheer with beer, crafts and more
- Book-It Repertory Theatre revisits ‘Howl’s Moving Castle’ and casts a more enchanting spell
NEW YORK (AP) — Even progressively minded movies about abortion have usually focused on the morality of the decision. Eliza Hittman wanted to make a film where the highest hurdle isn’t deciding to have an abortion. It’s getting it. “For me, it was about the obstacles. I think a lot of films focus on destigmatizing...
Most Read Entertainment Stories
- Unleash your inner Jedi — or Sith — by learning to wield a lightsaber in Seattle VIEW
- Seattle's Roosevelt High School jazz band wins prestigious Essentially Ellington competition
- The Fed Has No Tools for a Pandemic. Here’s Why It Acted Anyway.
- Live Updates, AMP validation, ads