When the going gets tough, the arts and entertainment biz doesn’t shut down. No sirree. So if that hike through a national park has been delayed, here are a few things you can do instead.More
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Give an editor a chance to alliterate and, trust me, she will have a hard time resisting. Happily for us here at ArtsPage HQ, this weekend provides a prime opportunity, because beer, books, blues and bugs are bustin’ out all over the city. This list contains six (boffo!) best bets for entertainment this weekend. But we…More
An unusually rich string of concerts land on the calendar in the coming days: –Adventurous Vespertine Opera Theater presents a new edition of Poulenc’s “Les Mamelles de Tiresias,” adapted by Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears. 8 p.m. April 4, Columbia City Theater, Seattle; $20-$25 (vespertineopera.com). –The Seattle Opera Young Artists Program salutes Giuseppe Verdi’s bicentennial with…More
As Bob Seger (who is coming to Tacoma on Friday) once sang, “Rock and roll never forgets.” Mudhoney might agree — the group is marking its 25th anniversary with a new album and a concert at Neumos. You didn’t forget where we last left “Dr. Who,” did you? The time lord and his trusty Tardis…More
A definite perk of being an arts journalist: spending a Wednesday lunch hour watching the Seattle Symphony rehearse “An American in Paris” for Saturday’s season-opening concert, and listening to new SSO music director Ludovic Morlot share his everybody-is-welcome philosophy regarding the orchestra (and classical music in general). Saturday evening’s program certainly reflects a…More