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Double bill to include traditional and reinvented classics, original mixes of dance styles
Both will read selections from old and new collections.
The Californian folk trio meld love, self-reflection and social justice into their music.
A punk rock flea market, an open call audition, a dancing double bill, and more.
Presentation will feature singer/percussionist Jose Moreno and guitarist Pedro Cortes.
A Vashon screening is bookended by the film’s Seattle premiere at SIFF.
A night of guitar, “A Streetcar Named Desire,” an exhibit of photos from the border, and more.
Commemorates the day Japanese American residents of Vashon Island were forced to leave their homes.
Alice Bloch’s latest book explores the meaning of motherhood from various perspectives.
The Security Project will recreate some of the mystery from Gabriel’s original music.
The production is, in the end, the ultimate crowd pleaser.
Art studio tour continues, a roots balladeer takes to new island stage, a poetry workshop, and more.
National recording artists to play at Tip the Scales event
Composer André Previn adapted the opera from Tennessee Williams’ play.
The show’s aim is to foster an appreciation for the joy and value that songs bring to everyday life.
In preparation for the show, the band has arranged a dozen new groove-infused cover tunes.
Singer-songwriters Kate Copeland and Kirsten Maxwell will perform an intimate concert at 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 6, in the Bruce Black Box Theater of Open… Continue reading
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Viewers will find treasures tucked away all over the island
A Talking Heads tribute, a Drive-By Trucker, a Cinco de Mayo celebration and more.