TV picks for Thursday, April 16, 2015, include “Lip Sync Battle” on Spike, “Grey’s Anatomy” on ABC and “Elementary” on CBS.
A movie review of “Unfriended”: Consisting entirely of computer-screen shots of teens encountering a dead friend on Facebook, this “horror” movie makes the case for a “dislike” button. Rating: 1.5 stars out of 4.
Snoop Dogg, G-Eazy, Ty Dolla $ign and E-40 comprise the heady lineup for the ‘Wellness Retreat’ Sunday at WaMu Theatre
Electronic dance music pioneer Richie Hawtin talks about his work and performs at the Neptune Theatre Wednesday, April 22.
Viet Thanh Nguyen’s sparkling and audacious novel “The Sympathizer” tells the story of a Vietnamese man, a double agent during the Vietnam War, who continues his double life when he moves to America. The author will appear Tuesday, April 21, at the University Book Store.
The Moody Blues, known to many as a ’60s prog-rock band, are on the road promoting their slicker and also successful music of the ’80s, recently compiled in a box set.
Leon Russell, a member of the fabled Wrecking Crew that played on hundreds of hit records in Los Angeles, is on tour in support of his new album, “Life Journey.”
Two local collectors share their collection of Arts and Crafts/Art Deco jewelry, housewares and books at the Frye Museum.
Michael Douglas is in nasty-rich-guy mode in this thriller, about a hunting trip in the New Mexico desert that goes wrong. 2 stars
Cafe Nordo is giving the old Elliott Bay Book Company space in the Globe Building new life as an ingenious dinner-theater.
A movie review of “Child 44”: This is an underwhelming affair about child murders in the Stalin-era Soviet Union. Rating 1.5 stars out of 4.
Male agent and female agent allegedly worked together to alter machine readings so genital pat-down of passengers was required.
Party with a Local, Feastly and other apps give travelers personal connections with locals in destinations around the world.
The Fernando Rodney Experience has already stirred a debate, barely a week into the season, about whether the Mariners should switch closers.
Mexican street food finds a home at Capitol Hill’s Nacho Boracho.
Earnest but overstretched service delivers capable Italian fare at this South Lake Union newcomer.
Twenty-one people were arrested Wednesday during a demonstration pushing for a $15 minimum wage and better working conditions. The demonstration was part of a national campaign calling for a higher minimum wage and better working conditions.
In two concerts, the decidedly nontraditional string ensembles will play a program ranging from Dvorak to John Lennon to Darius Milhaud.
Readers rave about husband filing tax info, rant about their own bad driving.