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Washington's electronic musical maestros are set to play three sold-out shows in Seattle in support of their second album.
Community Events, October 2014
In her new comedy documentary Women Aren’t Funny, Canadian comedienne Bonnie McFarlane and Rich Vos (performing at Parlor Live Oct. 30-Nov.1) explore the challenges faced by women in a male-dominated industry.
Minnesota bluegrass quintet Trampled By Turtles led the sold-out crowd at Seattle's Sodo Showbox on a beautiful journey of Americana on Saturday.
The New York-based quartet, formed after their manager Mark Cortale saw one of the violinists playing on the street in Provincetown, Mass., has been garnering national attention for its ambitious vocal and instrumental arrangements.
Whether its Northwest artist Jason Walker's first solo museum exhibition, "On the River, Down the Road," featuring his three-dimensional blend of nature, industrialism, or the first American viewing of Australian glassblower Nick Mount's "The Fabric of Work" collection, or John Economaki's woodworking tools, the museum's second floor is a series of new revelations for visitors, according to Director of Art, Craft, and Design Stefano Catalani.