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Music Critics' Picks: Abdu Ali, DJ Hawkskee, You are Plural, Trees and Timber

Critics' Picks

Music Critics' Picks: Abdu Ali, DJ Hawkskee, You are Plural, Trees and Timber

[POET/RAPPER/VOCALIST] + FRI, JAN. 10 Baltimore artist Abdu Ali is a tough one to pin down. Combining surreal poetry with droning R&B, Abdu Ali comes across as a restless experimenter, switching back and forth from rapping, chanting, singing and startling outbursts. His recent, lurching "Thornz" is as unsettling as it is

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Carrying on the dream

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Carrying on the dream

This year, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day will be celebrated Jan. 20 and 2014 also marks the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and Dr. King's Nobel Peace Prize. The holiday was signed into law in 1983 and it was officially observed in all 50 states for

Through Sunday, Jan. 26: Washington Sportmen's Show

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Through Sunday, Jan. 26: Washington Sportmen's Show

It's winter, and you're hankerin' for some good old-fashioned outdoor fun, but all you can do is sit by the fireplace and watch Aunt Tilly do the mendin'. Never fear, the Washington Sportsmen's Show is here, with all the fish catching, bow hunting and turkey calling seminars you can cram

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Urban Spelunker: Sumner

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Urban Spelunker: Sumner

As one may imagine, any town dubbed "the Rhubarb Pie Capital of the World" is likely to maintain a small-town charm built upon a history built on agriculture. This stands true for the city of Sumner. Sumner's downtown boasts a plethora of spots prime for antique shopping excursions, fun retail

Army veteran paralyzed after surgery

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Army veteran paralyzed after surgery

"When I started my organization my love was to take care of my comrades because of the bond we had," explained Kelly Carroll, an Army and National Guard disabled veteran who founded the "R Place of Refuge" charity out of her home in Kent in 2000. "I wanted to continue

Through Feb. 1: Paitings by Carla Paine

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Through Feb. 1: Paitings by Carla Paine

Carla Paine's paintings at Olyphant Art Supply in Olympia are as rich and luscious as the settings for her portraits and still-lifes. They harken back to a time when artists were considered to have been chosen and blessed by God, when they painted their pictures for kings and popes and

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Wednesday, Jan. 22: Big Winter Reds tasting

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Wednesday, Jan. 22: Big Winter Reds tasting

One of the more embarrassing chapters in our culinary education happened in what we like to call wino season, when restaurateurs and wine merchants conspire to raise our consciousness (and open our wallets) with tastings, feasts and soirees. It's always January and February, when we would do well to stay

Tuesday, Jan. 21: Freedom Trilogy

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Tuesday, Jan. 21: Freedom Trilogy

If you missed the stage reading of the delicious Southern-fried fiction of our own Mr. Alec Clayton at Olympia Timberland Library this past summer, you have another chance Tuesday, y'all. Clayton wrote a trilogy set in the steamy Mississippi Gulf Coast: The Backside of Nowhere is the story of movie

Puget Sound military health care network stretches from JBLM to Oak Harbor to Bremerton

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Puget Sound military health care network stretches from JBLM to Oak Harbor to Bremerton

Facing budget cuts, Brig. Gen. John Cho is studying how to do more with less and still provide quality health care for the military by streamlining and partnering. Cho, the commanding general of the U.S. Army's Western Regional Medical Command, said part of the solution is found in cooperative efforts, partnering

Monday, Jan. 20: Martin Luther King Jr. Day

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Monday, Jan. 20: Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Dr. Martin Luther King was propelled into the public limelight five days after civil rights activist Rosa Parks, on Dec. 5, 1955, refused to obey the Montgomery, Ala., law mandating that blacks sit in the back of the bus. A boycott of the city buses was declared, and King, as

Sunday, Jan. 19: Opera Cinema Series - "The Magic Flute"

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Sunday, Jan. 19: Opera Cinema Series - "The Magic Flute"

Do you know the story of The Magic Flute? Mozart's famous 1791 opera tells the tale of four hopeless romantics who triumph over adversity - including giant serpents, a ruthless queen and evil sorcerers - to find true love. By Victorian standards, The Magic Flute was considered risqué because it

Saturday, Jan. 18: Oshogatsu in Olympia: Japanese New Year Celebration

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Saturday, Jan. 18: Oshogatsu in Olympia: Japanese New Year Celebration

Do you know what Shodo is? How about Sumi-e? Tako? Ikebana? Well, you have to know origami - don't you? OK, quickly, in reverse order, they are: paper-folding, flower-arranging, kite-making, ink-painting and calligraphy. Confused? Excellent. Now you can go to the Oshogatsu in Olympia: Japanese New Year Celebration to get

Friday, Jan. 17: "Shout! The Mod Musical"

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Friday, Jan. 17: "Shout! The Mod Musical"

Betty Friedan, Anne Moody, Helen Reddy, National Organization for Women and ... Gloria Steinem. Having spent many fervent hours of our childhood reading the words and following the actions of these women and listening to Dusty Springfield, Petula Clark, and Cilla Black the Weekly Volcano will be in familiar territory

Thursday, Jan. 16: Pacific Crest Trail lecture

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Thursday, Jan. 16: Pacific Crest Trail lecture

I love to hike, and do it as often as my schedule, the weather, and my family allow. But I can scarcely imagine hiking all day long, day in and day out, for six months. Or four months. Or even a month. This is what "thru-hikers" on the Pacific Crest

Theater Review: "Who's Afraid" of a three-act war?

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Theater Review: "Who's Afraid" of a three-act war?

There are roles we actors take on to prove, to ourselves and others, we can bear them. We dash ourselves against the windmills of Hamlet and Lear, Ophelia and Lady Macbeth. We speak of epic, three-hour monsters like Angels in America or August: Osage County with daunted respect. Some scripts,

Through Feb. 2: "Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf?"

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Through Feb. 2: "Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf?"

Producing this show is like saddling a dragon. I caught struggles for lines, most adroitly concealed. The blocking isn't great for performance in the round. There are patrons who won't know what to make of all its profanity, carnality and perma-drunk savagery. What unnerves most, though,

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