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Rock on into 2010

After a great year for the Seattle music scene, a fresh lineup of festivals and highly anticipated new releases in rock, hip hop, and country leave us ready to ring in the new.

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THE ATLANTIC

Actor Robin Williams dead at 63

Acclaimed actor and comedian Robin Williams was found dead in his California home in an apparent suicide.

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Curtains close on Cinerama ... for only a while

Your last chance to catch a flick at Cinerama is rapidly approaching — Seattle's iconic theater will close this Monday to undergo renovations. 

SEATTLEPI.COM

Courtney Love announces Kurt Cobain biopic in the works

Courtney Love told the press this week that a Kurt Cobain biopic will hit the ground running in the next year.

SEATTLEPI.COM

Battle of the brands: which company will dominate streaming music?

Music is an internet-dominated industry — more than 70 percent of music over the last six months was consumed via the web — but streaming music has yet to be dominated by one company. Which will hit the top of the charts? 

QUARTZ

Laverne Cox makes Emmy history as first openly trans actress to be nominated

Laverne Cox makes Emmy history as the first openly transgender person to be nominated for an Emmy for her role in “Orange Is the New Black.”

LOS ANGELES TIMES

“Game of Thrones” dominates Emmy nominations

 “Game of Thrones”, “House of Cards” and “Orange is the New Black” were among the Emmy Award nominations released today. 

 

CBS NEWS

J.K. Rowling releases Harry Potter update

Fans and skeptics can get a glimpse of Harry's adult life on Pottermore.com, where J.K. Rowling released a 1,500-word story yesterday in the style of a Rita Skeeter gossip column. 

BOSTON GLOBE

Where economics and comedy unite

Yorum Bauman, educated at the University of Washington, is a "stand up economist," using humor to debunk complex economic principles. 

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