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New! Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival 2020 SIFF and MoPOP bring you the somewhat less pronounceable acronym SFFSFF. The mini-fest is composed of nearly two dozen new sci-fi and fantasy short films judged by a nationally assembled jury. Snap up tickets quickly; the event tends to sell out.

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New! Beecher's Cheese For All Cold winters call for comfort food, and Kurt Beecher Dammeier’s household-name handmade cheese company will rise to the occasion. At this tour, local chefs will prepare mac and cheese and cheeseburgers made with the company’s various cheeses and Mishima Reserve Wagyu beef.

New! Fran Lebowitz Humorist Fran Lebowitz stands at a remove from popular culture, much of which she lambastes with sarcastic wit. She's also something of a grump. In a 1993 interview in the Paris Review, she groused, "I wouldn’t say that I dislike the young. I’m simply not a fan of naïveté. I mean, unless you have an erotic interest in them, what other interest could you have?" But she's also an incisive observer and a concentration of New York bluntness in human skin, and she'll be worth seeing. SEAN NELSON

New! Halsey, CHVRCHES, Omar Apollo Pop star Halsey went from "up and coming" to completely explosive in a matter of a few years. She'll take over Washington on her Manic world tour, with CHVRCHES and Omar Apollo in tow.



Wonder Woman 1984 (Wide release) The DC Comics superhero Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) returns to face off against Maxwell Lord and Cheetah, a super-fast, super-mean villainess. Patty Jenkins directs.

Major Annual June Events with Dates TBA: Paradiso Festival, Seattle Outdoor Cinema, Search Party, Dragon Fest, Bacon Eggs & Kegs, Marymoor Park Concerts, Zootunes

Cavalleria Rusticana/Pagliacci (Seattle Opera) Our impressive local opera company will open its latest season with two of the darkest yet most accessible operas around, the frequently paired short works Cavalleria Rusticana by Pietro Mascagni and Pagliacci by Ruggero Leoncavallo. Both belong to the verismo movement, an artistic endeavor to depict the common people rather than figures of royalty and mythology. In Cavalleria Rusticana, a love triangle in Sicily brings about despair and violent death. Pagliacci arguably started the scary clown trope with its story of a vaudeville troupe riven by lust, jealousy, and madness.

New! Matchbox Twenty, The Wallflowers Relive the most earnest moments and deeply alt sounds of the '90s and '00s with slick frontman Rob Thomas and his crew of Matchbox Twenty, with guest opener the Wallflowers.

New! Zac Brown Band Singer and bandleader Zac Brown is pretty much on perma-tour, sharing his roughly hewn sound around the country with his backing band. He'll take over the area for an evening, playing tracks from his collection of platinum-certified studio albums.

Major Annual October Events with Dates TBA: Earshot Jazz Festival, Freaknight, Lit Crawl, Seattle Queer Film Festival, Great Pumpkin Beer Festival, Borealis

Major Annual December Events with Dates TBA: Christmas Ship Festival, Resolution, Sheraton Grand Gingerbread Village, SantaCon

Julianne Bell is the food and drink calendar editor for Stranger EverOut and an appreciator of fine snack foods. She lives in Seattle with a cat named Rhubarb.

Julianne Bell is the food and drink calendar editor for Stranger EverOut and an appreciator of fine snack foods. She lives in Seattle with a cat named Rhubarb.

Chase Burns is The Stranger's digital editor. He writes Slog PM, Slog's evening news round-up, and half of Unstreamable, a weekly column about films you can't find on major streaming services.

Chase Burns is The Stranger's digital editor. He writes Slog PM, Slog's evening news round-up, and half of Unstreamable, a weekly column about films you can't find on major streaming services.

Elaina has been Stranger EverOut’s associate calendar editor since 2017. She enjoys moving commas around, wearing other people's jackets, and spending a very long time in the grocery store.

Elaina has been Stranger EverOut’s associate calendar editor since 2017. She enjoys moving commas around, wearing other people's jackets, and spending a very long time in the grocery store.

Christopher Frizzelle is the editor of The Stranger in print. He has been on staff since 2003. He is also the inventor of the silent-reading party, which has been happening monthly since 2009.

Christopher Frizzelle is the editor of The Stranger in print. He has been on staff since 2003. He is also the inventor of the silent-reading party, which has been happening monthly since 2009.

Katie Herzog is a staff writer at The Stranger, where she covers and comments on media, politics, pop culture, social movements, weed, climate change, free speech, French bulldogs, gender, sex, emotional support animals, airlines, Amazon, Donald Trump, Twitter mobs, internet hoaxes, wildfires, orcas, bike shares, Alex Jones, lesbians, the cost of living, conspiracy theories, moral panics, natural disasters, cults, the left, the right, the middle, podcasts, Jordan Peterson, Fox News, and, occasionally, Seattle.

Katie Herzog is a staff writer at The Stranger, where she covers and comments on media, politics, pop culture, social movements, weed, climate change, free speech, French bulldogs, gender, sex, emotional support animals, airlines, Amazon, Donald Trump, Twitter mobs, internet hoaxes, wildfires, orcas, bike shares, Alex Jones, lesbians, the cost of living, conspiracy theories, moral panics, natural disasters, cults, the left, the right, the middle, podcasts, Jordan Peterson, Fox News, and, occasionally, Seattle.

Jasmyne Keimig is a staff writer at The Stranger, covering visual arts, music, film, queer stuff, stickers, and culture. She also writes half of Unstreamable, a weekly column about films you can’t find on major streaming services. She cries easily at movies.

Jasmyne Keimig is a staff writer at The Stranger, covering visual arts, music, film, queer stuff, stickers, and culture. She also writes half of Unstreamable, a weekly column about films you can’t find on major streaming services. She cries easily at movies.

Charles Tonderai Mudede, The Stranger’s film editor, is a Zimbabwean-born cultural critic, urbanist, filmmaker, college lecturer, and writer. Mudede collaborated with the director Robinson Devor on three films, two of which, Police Beat and Zoo, premiered at Sundance, and one of which, Zoo, screened at Cannes. He has also written for the New York Times, Cinema Scope, Tank Magazine, e-flux, LA Weekly, and C Theory.

Charles Tonderai Mudede, The Stranger’s film editor, is a Zimbabwean-born cultural critic, urbanist, filmmaker, college lecturer, and writer. Mudede collaborated with the director Robinson Devor on three films, two of which, Police Beat and Zoo, premiered at Sundance, and one of which, Zoo, screened at Cannes. He has also written for the New York Times, Cinema Scope, Tank Magazine, e-flux, LA Weekly, and C Theory.

Leilani has been the managing editor at The Stranger since January of 2017. In addition to her boring administrative duties, she sometimes gets to write stuff. She’s also a Phishhead, and doesn’t give a shit what you think about that.

Leilani has been the managing editor at The Stranger since January of 2017. In addition to her boring administrative duties, she sometimes gets to write stuff. She’s also a Phishhead, and doesn’t give a shit what you think about that.

Dave Segal is a journalist and DJ living in Seattle. He is a staff writer at The Stranger, where he has been a contributor since 2002. His primary subjects include music, music-related films, veganism, and linguistic atrocities that give him read rage.

Dave Segal is a journalist and DJ living in Seattle. He is a staff writer at The Stranger, where he has been a contributor since 2002. His primary subjects include music, music-related films, veganism, and linguistic atrocities that give him read rage.

Kim Selling is the music calendar editor for Stranger EverOut, as well as The Stranger's lead critic of music industry sexism, flavored lube, and ill-conceived remakes of classic films.

Kim Selling is the music calendar editor for Stranger EverOut, as well as The Stranger's lead critic of music industry sexism, flavored lube, and ill-conceived remakes of classic films.

Rich Smith writes about politics, books, and performance for The Stranger. You can hear his impersonations of Bernie Sanders and Jeff Sessions on Blabbermouth, and you can read his poems at www.richsmithpoetry.com

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Rich Smith writes about politics, books, and performance for The Stranger. You can hear his impersonations of Bernie Sanders and Jeff Sessions on Blabbermouth, and you can read his poems at www.richsmithpoetry.com

Joule Zelman is Stranger EverOut’s arts calendar editor and, not coincidentally, suffers from chronic FOMO. She spends her free time writing stories about hauntings and humanimals. She wants you dinguses to remember that every intersection is an unmarked crosswalk.

Joule Zelman is Stranger EverOut’s arts calendar editor and, not coincidentally, suffers from chronic FOMO. She spends her free time writing stories about hauntings and humanimals. She wants you dinguses to remember that every intersection is an unmarked crosswalk.

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