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A Prince of a pick-up might be possible.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Think it's just a fantasy series? Countless tattoos deliver a firm rebuttal.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
He is joining a World Justice Project founded by Bill Neukom, staying in Seattle but leaving the arts field. ArtsFund, meanwhile, is also looking for a new CEO.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The Last Mountain, a film opening this week in Seattle, connects mountaintop-removal mining in Appalachia's Coal River Mountain with a high-stakes environmental debate over Bellingham's proposed coal port.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
Progressives denounced everything George W. Bush was doing in the Middle East, Iraq, and Guantanamo. Now, President Obama has adopted very similar policies.READ MORE 22 COMMENTS
DANCE This, produced by Seattle Theatre Group, put young dancers and choreographers and local dance companies on stage for "dance tweets" and some longer works. The new wrinkles this year mostly worked, though the shift to the Moore's smaller stage created some problems.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS