Behold "Bridgerton" | Herbold's poverty defense | 103-year-old veteran honored

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Local author dishes on Netflix's adaptation of "Bridgerton" books

Julia Quinn, author of the Bridgerton books

Julie Andrews narrates the upcoming “Bridgerton” Netflix series that’s based on the novels written by Seattle author Julia Quinn. Nancy Guppy recently chatted with Quinn about the TV program – produced by none other than Shonda Rhimes – which debuts Christmas day.

Binging Bridgerton

Forging creative connections during COVID

Actors in ArtsWest in West Seattle

What do you do when a pandemic shuts down the show you’ve spent months rehearsing... hours before opening night? You get creative. The resilient team at ArtsWest evolved to bring us virtual performances like “A Very Merry Kraken Tea Party,” in the works now.


Bill Frisell performs the entrancing “Keep Your Eyes Open”

Bill Frissell

Legendary guitarist Bill Frisell graces us with “Keep Your Eyes Open” from his latest release, “Valentine.” How did he know we needed this soothing jam?

Guitar Hero

Council Edition: Herbold & Lewis on housing, SPD funding & more

Brian Callanan and Herbold and Lewis

Councilmembers Lisa Herbold and Andrew J. Lewis join Council Edition to discuss the governing arm’s response to the occupation of Cal Anderson Park, the Council’s push to add a "poverty defense" for misdemeanor crimes, and more.


"There's genius that's being untapped."

ONYX gallery founder Ernie Thomas

Seattle has a void when it comes to spaces displaying the work of artists of African descent, but ONYX Fine Arts Collective took a monumental step to change that. Their space serves as an outlet to express a cultural language too often unheard. Join Ernest Thomas, the organization’s board president, in a 360-degree tour of the gallery located in Pacific Place Seattle. 

Experience Art

Centenarian Chinese American veteran receives high honor

Chinese American veteran Gene Moy

You may remember veteran Gene Moy from his 103rd birthday parade earlier this year. We’re back with even more exciting news! Gene was recently awarded the Congressional Gold Medal for serving in World War II despite facing intense prejudice and discrimination at home. We’re proud to call him a neighbor.

With Honors

Twelve days of Christmas entertainment

12 clips of Christmas

Who else feels the need to lean hard into the holiday cheer this year? ☃️ We binged our Christmas archive to make ourselves feel better and then realized it just may be the gift that keeps on giving... and so "The 12 Clips of Christmas" was born. Enjoy.

Your 🎁 is Requested

Seattle CityClub looks back at a monumental year with 2020 Year in Review

Seattle CityClub's virtual Year in Review

2020 hit us with an ecological crisis, a global pandemic, a recession, and a racial justice uprising. Just this month, Mayor Jenny A. Durkan announced she will not seek re-election, and a federal judge held the Seattle Police Department in contempt of court. Experts reflect on all that was 2020, and predict what life in the region will look like in 2021.

Look Back

Josephine Howell's hopeful song "All Rise Up"

Josephine Howell

Art Zone reprises this 2015 performance by stunning singer Josephine Howell, whose song “All Rise Up” was written by her daughter Chyee Howell. It’s the perfect song for a year of disorientation and determination.

Rise Up