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Mar 2, 2015
There’s no shortage of cultural offerings in Seattle this spring, and for every ageless classic, there’s an up-and-coming fresh upstart itching to improve on the past.
Thumbnail for - Spring Arts 2014: 25 Hot Tickets
Mar 1, 2014
Culture Calendar
A preview of can't miss events coming to Seattle in spring 2014.
Thumbnail for - The Rites of Spring: Spring Arts Preview 2013
Feb 20, 2013
We celebrate all that’s classical and avant-garde, traditional and trendsetting in Seattle’s spring arts season.
Thumbnail for - Top 10 Galas and Parties of Seattle Spring
Feb 15, 2013
Or: Where to wear your fancy pants this season.
Thumbnail for - First Look: Chihuly Garden and Glass
May 16, 2012
New Exhibit
  Following a class of grammar school children through a building full of (very breakable) glass art was a great way to spend my Wednesday morning. It was just too funny. The teachers were, to put...
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May 15, 2012
Seattle Scene
  Meet Anubis, a 26-foot-tall, seven-ton, jackal-headed guardian of the afterlife who moonlights as an escort for King Tut. As of 10 this morning, the traveling statue was parked outside King...
Thumbnail for - Update: Chihuly Glass Exhibit Expected to Open in Late May
Mar 7, 2012
Seattle Center
Over on Facebook (and confirmed on our end), reps for the new Chihuly Garden and Glass are talking about a late May opening for the Seattle Center exhibit, soon to be the largest collection of...
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Feb 14, 2012
Spring Arts Preview
Originally published February 2012. A shadow was cast on Seattle Rep’s 49th season when its father-protector, Bagley Wright, died of a heart attack on July 18, 2011, at the age of 87. Flags flew...
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Jan 21, 2012
The lasting cultural legacy of the 1962 World’s Fair was the city’s new civic hub, Seattle Center, home to world-class opera, ballet, theater, art—and a visit from King Tut—then, and now.