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A list of some of our favorite purveyors of specialty foods and items.
Every summer's got a soundtrack. Here's what's getting us through Labor Day.
1 Lang Lang Playing, with the Seattle Symphony, not one of the barnstormers he's based his rep on, but Beethoven's slender, Mozartean Concerto No. 2.… Continue reading
1 "So a Magician, a Blonde, and a Donkey Walk into a Bar . . . " That's the theme being embraced by local poets Nicole Hardy, Marjorie Manwaring,… Continue reading
17–Nov. 22 Chasing Nicolette A Christian count falls in love with a Muslim princess in this romantic comedy, causing an uproar between their parents. A… Continue reading
WEDNESDAY 8/5Stage: Shakin' It for YahwehWhen most people think "Jewish comedienne," Sarah Silverman comes to mind. And that's unfortunate, because Sarah Silverman is not funny.… Continue reading
We can't read enough about celebrities. Or is it movies? Or both? Once it was enough to skim a film review to decide what to… Continue reading
The Constant GardenerUniversal, $29.98The best of last year's explicitly political features, Gardener (on disc Jan. 10) picked up four Oscar nominations, including Adapted Screenplay and… Continue reading
Claes Oldenburg comes to the Olympic Sculpture Garden, Sleater-Kinney calls it quits, and West Seattle is on fire.
Read enough about Alexie, Raban, Guterson, and Robbins? Beyond the usual suspects, the Northwest has a diverse array of authors working in all quarters and genres.
Julius Caesar retold in the '50s, and Martha Graham revived at Cornish.