Apparently, Seattle is waiting for a poem of some sort and/or another. Jeff Stevens provides atrociously.
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Nathan Vass on two artists, Stokley Towles and Kehinde Wiley, who take seemingly mundane subjects and put them through the filter of an artistic disciple in order to either expose us to oft-ignored realms or correct past oversights.
On this date in 1969, one of Seattle’s most successful citizen activist campaigns gathered crucial force in the Washington Park Arboretum. Jeff Stevens remembers avidly.
Omar Willey considers the Chinese Wu Xing and the dance of Karin Stevens in his latest review.
Since the days of Fela Kuti, Africa’s long-serving demagogues have been threatened by music. This time it’s Angola’s turn. Phil Wilmot discusses.