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Stories for Nov. 2, 2012
The recent Hollywood-muscled shift toward digital projection is evicting film. Birds falling from the sky are only the first sign. Also this weekend: The weight of Seattle sports rests on the Sounders shoulders, choreographer Mark Morris returns home and Columbia City Theater goes vintage Bourbon St.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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A Burke Museum archaeologist is raising the alarm over the Smithsonian's science. Their mistake? No peer review.READ MORE 10 COMMENTS