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Says challenges facing the right was “intellectual vandalism” by those who call themselves conservative.
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“Spy of the First Person” will be released Dec. 5.
Beer of the Week: Smoked rye forms study foundation for SnoTown’s well-balanced Loose Rooster.
Owner Rick Small uses grapes from vines he used when he made wine in his back yard in the 1970s.
Pacific Northwest Cupcakes uses SnoTown’s brews to make beer-infused sweet treats.
He was awarded a BFI Fellowship in 2002 for his contribution to British cinema.
The cockpit of the AT-AT walker is outfitted with lights that glow red at night.
Director and c0-writer take a passable action film and bury it under a tsunami of political muck.
The cast and crew at the Red Curtain Arts Center do a fine job with the 1940s British play.
Tchaikovsky’s “Serenade for Strings” is the orchestra’s first concert of the season.
Seattle Jazz Singers: Frank DeMiero’s group performs at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 19 in the Edmonds Plaza Room above the Edmonds Library, 650 Main St. Live… Continue reading
It tells the story of a polio patient and his wife who helped change attitudes about the disabled.
The movie successfully blends stunning visuals with a deeply moving story of sacrifice and service.
“Loving Vincent” relates the circumstances of the great painter’s death.