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Classics and oddballs, but no boredom.
Comcast deal would fund new arts show on Seattle Channel, but force layoffs at Community Access Network.
It's never too early to plan for your death—or is it?
At 88, Northwest artist William Cumming has a legacy of vibrant art and an equally colorful story. A Depression-era survivor, former Communist, teacher, and serial… Continue reading
What madness lurks in the mind of Brooklyn scribbler William Powhida is anyone's guess, but the jetsam is amusing, intense, and not without its sting.… Continue reading
Book-It's Don Quixote has safe, sweet slapstick appeal.
Rainier Chamber Winds blows up a storm.
Local filmmakers hit it big at Sundance; the city hands Gas Works to One Reel; Taproot survives 2005, and more news.
Geeks are the real heroes in Neal Stephenson's new novel
Something old, something new from a favorite chamber music series.
Seattle Opera's sterling epic inspires eternal devotion.
Book-It's Beloved Country has too much crying, not enough real tears.
. . . And other revelations in the Rep's new solo show.
Wonderful Life: the Holidays in Capitol HillThe cult of youth that is Capitol Hill gets its own Christmas fix in this pleasant holiday ethnography, a… Continue reading
The 5th Avenue Theatre's Wonderful Town is hokey but hilarious. Plus: Trio Miediaeval, Mark Haim.
Marc Bamuthi Joseph is a dancer as well as a spoken word artist, using rhythm as the connection between the two forms. Tap and hip… Continue reading
Intiman finds elegance in nickels and dimes.
Denis Johnson's latest novel swaps the high life for midlife.
Web publishing continues to transform frustrated writers into e-authors.
Fox's Simpsons Fanfest takes the spring out of Springfield.