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Topic: Olympic Sculpture Park
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Frying eggs on the sidewalk is no longer an option, and the dreadful (yes, you read that right, dreadful) humidity has drifted away, looking for another city to bother. Seems a good time to go seeking artiness — you won’t have to wander far.More
This is from Michael Upchurch, Seattle Times arts writer. (He got to the Olympic Sculpture Park justin time for the “Echo” ribbon-cutting Thursday morning, unlike a representative from ArtsPage HQ, who was stuck on I-5.) Barcelona sculptor Jaume Plensa was in Seattle today for the ribbon-cutting of his luminous piece, “Echo,” at the Olympic Sculpture Park.
Ever feel as if you’re living in the Land Where Everything Costs a Lot? Along with those nagging daily expenses (food, shelter, extravagant cat treats), along comes back-to-school shopping. Another given: at the very moment when you’re feeling stretched too thin, gas prices rise seemingly overnight to the highest point in the history of the…More