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Cheap Week: April 24–30

Seattle Symphony turns to Andy Warhol for inspiration, Timothy Zahn breathes new life into the Star Wars extended universe, and Diet Cig bounces around the Barboza stage.

04/24/2017 By Kelli Kauakanilehua Adams Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

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Cheap Week: April 17–24

Mount Eerie deals with loss through song, MoPop fuses musical and political discussions at this year's Pop Conference, and the Leafly Comedy Tour caters to the 4/20 crowd.

04/17/2017 By Kelli Kauakanilehua Adams Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

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Cheap Week: April 10–16

Upstart Britpop band Blossoms visits Vera Project, Jet City takes improvised aim at the tech world, and 'FoodArt Invitational' explores culinary aesthetics.

04/10/2017 By Kelli Kauakanilehua Adams Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

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Cheap Week: April 3–9

The Henry offers up another Jacob Lawrence exhibit, Open Books hosts a reading by Jenny Johnson and JM Miller, and Paws gets feral at Vera Project.

04/03/2017 By Kelli Kauakanilehua Adams Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

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Cheap Week: March 27–April 2

APRIL Festival bookishly says farewell, Allison Crutchfield and Vagabon bring their sweet songs to Vera Project, and Alex Cameron hauntingly shimmies at Tractor Tavern.

03/27/2017 By Kelli Kauakanilehua Adams Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

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Cheap Week: March 20–26

Seattle Fringe Festival give an outlet for Seattle's more out there artistic voices, Victor Lodato and Geoffrey Nutter read selections from their latest books, and Bambu brings a social bent to his rapping.

03/20/2017 By Kelli Kauakanilehua Adams Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

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Cheap Week: March 13–19

John All shares his harrowing scientific adventures, author Mary Gaitskill muses on fiction's "inner weave," and Japandroids rock the Neptune.

03/13/2017 By Kelli Kauakanilehua Adams Edited by Seth Sommerfeld

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Cheap Week: March 6–12

Rapper Porter Ray finally drops 'Watercolor,' poet Morgan Parker adds pop culture flair to her powerful prose, and the Northwest's best young musical acts compete at the Sound Off! Finals.

03/06/2017 Edited by Seth Sommerfeld By Kelli Kauakanilehua Adams