Evening Edition: Well, Come On, Really
The introduction of another regular feature: Evening Edition, an end-of-the-day round-up of news items, editorial pieces and other ephemera to keep you informed as you head into the beginning of your evening.
This Week In Theater: Another Year’s Work Begins
It seems like an eternity since we last spoke, even though it’s only been two weeks. A mere fortnight. Lots has happened in those fourteen days; some year end lists were released, some awards were given out (with others still to come); a nice way to take a breather after the end of a busy year — your correspondent’s ruminations on that year will be coming soon. The time for rest is over; time to see if we can improve upon last year’s achievements.
Heralding A New Day In Seattle Commentary
Good day, all, and welcome to the Seattle Star!
There are a few things you should know about us as we begin the process of rolling out our site, the first being: We are still under construction. Think of what you’re seeing as a soft opening for a restaurant. Yes, we’re open for business, but not everything is as it should be for it to feel whole.
Portal Land: A Photo-Sequence
A lovely photo-series by Robin Merigan.
Pali Chant Suite: For Strings and Thai Yoga
This 70-minute class includes a 10-minute introduction, a 50-minute piece performed by three violinists, percussionist, and backing track, while two yogis lead the class in thai yoga, a 2500 year-old sequence of simple healing poses.
There Were Houses Here
Salise Hughes’ brilliant evocation of a decimated New Orleans, after the storm.
The Warmth of Industry
Photo by Omar Willey
Everything new is old again
Enjoy this film, a short trip down the Monorail to Seattle Center, circa 1961.
14/48: The World’s Quickest Theater Festival
The World’s Quickest Theater Festival is here!
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