Posted by Kara Phoebe | Dec 2, 2016
Posted by Erica (Raven) Branch-Butler | Nov 30, 2016
by Adrian Ryan | Dec 5, 2016
In this very extra sparkly holiday edition of The Mix, we shall all get down on our knees (an incredible departure from the norm, i realize) and give praise to the lil’ Baby Jebus and Co.™ for the heavenly blessing that is Shane Wahlund and Michael Anderson, whom I have sworn to gay marry someday , preferably in a frosty, critter-filled forest on a crystal Christmas morn.
by Kara Phoebe | Dec 2, 2016
Check out this week’s Inspiration Roundup with Kara Phoebe, where they tells you about the artists who are giving them direct life right now, including Jonny Negron, Miss Meatface, and Jacq the Stripper.
by Sam Chapman | Dec 1, 2016
“Most of my songs are about bugs, but this one is about a lizard,” announced local artist Guayaba (FKA Aeon Fux) earlier this year to an audience at the Crocodile. While she probably intended this comment to be jokingly self-deprecating, it was also a fair summary of her set.
by Robert Roth | Dec 1, 2016
Words have long held power. From the past days of witches and shamans, to the present day were a single tweet can make or break a career, the power of words, of language, is undeniable. One of my favorite wordsmiths (and, full disclosure, one of my favorite people) is the author of a recently released collection of amazing words called My, My, My, My, My.
by Erica (Raven) Branch-Butler | Nov 30, 2016
Sometimes it’s difficult to separate issues. We have too many things we want to know about, too many things weighing heavily on our minds. In those cases, two (or more) questions end up being submitted for the same reading. This calls for a spread that can handle more than one question at a time.
by David-Edward Hughes | Nov 30, 2016
At first glance, Singin’ in the Rain at Village Theatre and King Charles III at Seattle Rep might seem to have next to nothing in common. One is a screen to stage transfer of a most beloved 1952 MGM musical satire of Hollywood ushering in talking pictures, while the other is an audacious, Masterpiece Theatre sort of drama, imagining the turnover at the top when Queen Elizabeth finally breathes her last.
by Collin Fitzgerald | Nov 29, 2016
Here’s your instant access pass to all the best queer parties and events in Seattle this weekend featuring Jetspace Magazine’s Collin Fitzgerald. It’s the Nightlife Roundup!
by Jetspace Staff | Nov 26, 2016
When There Were Angels is the first full-length production from playwright and director Robert Roth, starring Abie Ekenezar, Collin Fitzgerald, Moshe Henderson, Jeffrey Robert, Nick Sahoyah, and Javion Smith. It ran as part of Gay City Arts’ 4th Season at the Calamus Auditorium at Gay City.