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Fractal rag: A people's history of "Ragtime"

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Fractal rag: A people's history of "Ragtime"

The closer you look at any fractal shape, the more complex and beautiful it gets. In fact, there's a point at which you suddenly find yourself presented with an exact duplicate of the original, albeit at a much smaller scale. So it is with history. Look deeply into any particular

Through Aug 4: "Ragtime"

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Through Aug 4: "Ragtime"

It's a long play, three hours give or take, even after some numbers were trimmed from the 2009 Broadway revival. On opening night of Tacoma Musical Playhouse's second production (the first was seven years ago), early numbers were plagued by recurring sound issues and the hollow acoustics

Visual Edge: Ron Hinton Soars

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Visual Edge: Ron Hinton Soars

The latest works by Ron Hinton (not to be confused with Ron Hinson) at Childhood's End are more dynamic than anything of his I've seen before. At least the wall-hanging sculptures. The free-standing pieces on pedestals are more of the same stuff I've seen from him in the past -

Jesus on the Moon brings music out of hibernation

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Jesus on the Moon brings music out of hibernation

Sometimes I think about all of the music I've heard in my life. Hundreds upon hundreds of hours of sounds drifting into my head - albums, radio, live performances, passing someone on the sidewalk as they hum a tune to themselves. It's almost incomprehensible how much music I've been actively

Music Critics' Picks: Craig G, Death By Stars, Dog Jaw, The Littlest Birds

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Music Critics' Picks: Craig G, Death By Stars, Dog Jaw, The Littlest Birds

[HIP-HOP] + THURS, JULY 18 He is more than a "rapper." He's not your average MC either. He's a legendary writer, freestyle MC and a member of another legend's crew - Marley Marl's famed Juice Crew.  He is called by the name Craig G and he will be in The 253

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Veterans of Foreign Wars: Changing lives

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Veterans of Foreign Wars: Changing lives

You remember First Blood, the original 1982 Rambo movie. John Rambo drifts around the States without a single friend, and when the harassment finally triggers his PTSD, he goes on a rampage. Finally he gets a single scrap of cold comfort from his former commanding officer - who offers to

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Now playing in theaters

3:10 TO YUMA: Christian Bale plays an Easterner who lost a leg in the Civil War and has now come to the Arizona territory to try ranching.  Russell Crowe plays the vicious leader of a gang feared in the territory.  Almost by unlucky fate, the rancher joins a posse to

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Now playing in theaters

3:10 TO YUMA: Christian Bale plays an Easterner who lost a leg in the Civil War and has now come to the Arizona territory to try ranching.  Russell Crowe plays the vicious leader of a gang feared in the territory.  Almost by unlucky fate, the rancher joins a posse to

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No End In Sight

A documentary featuring devastating testimony from men and women who had top government or military jobs, had responsibility in Iraq or Washington, implemented policy, filed reports, labored faithfully in the service of U.S. foreign policy, and then left the government. Some jumped, some were pushed. They all feel disillusioned about

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No End In Sight

A documentary featuring devastating testimony from men and women who had top government or military jobs, had responsibility in Iraq or Washington, implemented policy, filed reports, labored faithfully in the service of U.S. foreign policy, and then left the government. Some jumped, some were pushed. They all feel disillusioned about

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All rise for "Michael Clayton"

George Clooney brings a slick, ruthless force to the title role of “Michael Clayton,” playing a fixer for a powerful law firm. He works in the shadows, cleaning up messes, and he is a realist. He tells clients what they don’t want to hear. He shoots down their fantasies of

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All rise for "Michael Clayton"

George Clooney brings a slick, ruthless force to the title role of “Michael Clayton,” playing a fixer for a powerful law firm. He works in the shadows, cleaning up messes, and he is a realist. He tells clients what they don’t want to hear. He shoots down their fantasies of

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Local music on the airwaves

There is a steady throb emanating from deep within the belly of the student union building at University of Puget Sound. The sound comes from a dark cave-like corner of the basement that is hidden behind a door that is cloaked in band stickers and show posters. The sign on

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Local music on the airwaves

There is a steady throb emanating from deep within the belly of the student union building at University of Puget Sound. The sound comes from a dark cave-like corner of the basement that is hidden behind a door that is cloaked in band stickers and show posters. The sign on

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Dresses to dressers

Sanford and Sons Middle Floor Merchants have a tight grip on what the fashion-conscious want — dresses to dressers; handmade soaps to hand massages, scarves of silk to silk satchels. Park on Broadway, waltz in to Sanford and Sons (try not to be distracted by all the great antiques, you

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Dresses to dressers

Sanford and Sons Middle Floor Merchants have a tight grip on what the fashion-conscious want — dresses to dressers; handmade soaps to hand massages, scarves of silk to silk satchels. Park on Broadway, waltz in to Sanford and Sons (try not to be distracted by all the great antiques, you

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You wanna rock?

The Boss Martians — who will play Hell’s Kitchen Saturday, Oct. 13 along with Dragstrip Riot and The Dirty Birds — may quite possibly be one of the most underappreciated bands currently calling the Northwest home. Not that the Boss Martians aren’t loved by many — because they are. And

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