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10 things you need to know about ‘Teh Internet Is Serious Business.’ The last one will blow your mind!

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10 things you need to know about ‘Teh Internet Is Serious Business.’ The last one will blow your mind!


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STATE OF THE ARTS

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STATE OF THE ARTS


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Seattle visual artists paint an ambivalent picture of the future — but are determined to survive

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Seattle visual artists paint an ambivalent picture of the future — but are determined to survive


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Polish metal band Decapitated accused of kidnapping Washington state concertgoer  

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Troy Gentry of country duo Montgomery Gentry dies in crash

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The odyssey of Seattle Rep’s community-based ‘Odyssey’

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  • Polish metal band Decapitated accused of kidnapping Washington state concertgoer  
    Polish metal band Decapitated accused of kidnapping Washington state concertgoer  

    , nydailynews.com

    Four members of the Polish death metal band Decapitated are accused of kidnapping a Washington state concertgoer while on its "Double Homicide" tour. Cops in California busted the bandmates early Saturday after their Friday night performance wrapped up in Santa Ana, according to Spokane authorities. Spokane police Cpl. Teresa Fuller said the woman attended their concert at The Pin venue in Spokane the night of Aug
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Music

  • Review: Do you know why ‘Caged Bird’ sings? Book-It will show you
    Review: Do you know why ‘Caged Bird’ sings? Book-It will show you

    , seattletimes.com

    This September, Seattle is on a tear for James Baldwin. Earlier this month, The Williams Project staged a scorching production of his “Blues for Mister Charlie” at Emerald City Bible Fellowship and Franklin High School. Now, Book-It Repertory Theatre is running an adaptation of “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” by Maya Angelou — a 1969 memoir Baldwin (in cahoots with Angelou’s editor, Robert Loomis) challenged her to write as a piece of autobiography that was also a work of literature
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Artes

  • Seattle visual artists paint an ambivalent picture of the future — but are determined to survive
    Seattle visual artists paint an ambivalent picture of the future — but are determined to survive

    , seattletimes.com

    A few weeks ago, in a Capitol Hill building that used to be a storefront office, a longtime street artist named Jazz Mom and friends were splattering buckets of paint across the carpet and spray-painting the walls for their ad hoc show “Everything You Love Turns Into a Condo.” (For the purposes of this article, Jazz Mom preferred “they/them” pronouns to stay vague
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Celebrities

  • Tiny museum seeks to revive interest in forgotten artist
    Tiny museum seeks to revive interest in forgotten artist

    , thenewstribune.com

    An Idaho-born landscape painter who traveled the world on the strength of his sales, had one-man shows in New York and commissioned a studio by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright is mostly forgotten now. Except by a southern Idaho historical society that owns 600 of Archie Teater's oil-on-canvas paintings and is working to revive interest in his art. Paintings by Teater, who died in 1978, once sold for thousands of dollars each
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Theater

  • Review: Do you know why ‘Caged Bird’ sings? Book-It will show you
    Review: Do you know why ‘Caged Bird’ sings? Book-It will show you

    , seattletimes.com

    This September, Seattle is on a tear for James Baldwin. Earlier this month, The Williams Project staged a scorching production of his “Blues for Mister Charlie” at Emerald City Bible Fellowship and Franklin High School. Now, Book-It Repertory Theatre is running an adaptation of “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” by Maya Angelou — a 1969 memoir Baldwin (in cahoots with Angelou’s editor, Robert Loomis) challenged her to write as a piece of autobiography that was also a work of literature
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Movies

  • SIFF documentary paints portrait of Bainbridge Island guitarist Bill Frisell
    SIFF documentary paints portrait of Bainbridge Island guitarist Bill Frisell

    , seattletimes.com

    Grammy-winning guitarist and composer Bill Frisell normally stays out of the spotlight. A new documentary screening at the Seattle International Film Festival on Sunday, May 21, will offer a new look at the renowned artist both in and out of the recording studio. In “Bill Frisell, A Portrait,” Australian director Emma Franz visits Frisell at his home on Bainbridge Island and during his rehearsals with the BBC Symphony
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Artists

  • Strange critters: In July, Seattle art galleries contain menageries
    Strange critters: In July, Seattle art galleries contain menageries

    , seattletimes.com

    Apparently, this July is “Strange Critters Month” in Seattle art galleries. Consider the following: This annual show at Abmeyer + Wood Fine Art, now in its third year, has become a highlight on my gallery-hopping calendar. Gallerist Jonathan Wood has a sharp eye for artists who combine extraordinary technical chops with unfettered imagination. This year, all eight artists are ceramic sculptors
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