Thirty years on, we ask: what has changed in China? Zhou Fengso recalls his time as a student leader in China, and voices his pessimism about today.
In the polluted Watts neighborhood, residents’ average lifespan is 12 years less than people from more affluent areas. Daniel Ross finds the people who are fighting back.
We dig into the past to salvage this week’s Free Thing: a program for converting mathematical proofs into music.
KOMO News 4 expedites the release of “Seattle Is Dying 2: A Modest Proposal,” a follow up documentary to their hard-hitting first installment.
The Star’s Free Thing of the Week goes to Sheffield for this intelligent exploration of art and artificial intelligence, Andrew Shaktah’s audio drama, The Exhibit.
This week we draw upon our publisher’s vast trash heap of knowledge about experimental film to bring you Alexander Hammid & Maya Deren’s…
This week we bring you Tacoman Nick Stokes’ anti-choose-your-own-adventure novel, You Choose.