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Arundhati Roy’s second novel offers a vision of hope amid darkness

Arundhati Roy’s second novel offers a vision of hope amid darkness

Nalini Iyer June 24, 2017 0

Twenty years after the publication of her debut novel, God of Small Things, which won her a Booker prize, Arundhati Roy has published her second work of fiction, titled The Ministry of Utmost Happiness

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Artist Paul Komada memorializes the Alaskan Way Viaduct

Artist Paul Komada memorializes the Alaskan Way Viaduct

Ken Matsudaira June 23, 2017 0

Paul Komada’s multimedia exhibition, 'Monument In Memory: Abstract Alaskan Way,' is described as a preemptive memorialization of the Alaskan Way Viaduct,

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‘Welcome to Braggsville’ actor Justin Huertas explores race and identity

‘Welcome to Braggsville’ actor Justin Huertas explores race and identity

Roxanne Ray June 22, 2017 0

‘Welcome to Braggsville’ runs from June 7 to July 2 at Book-It Repertory Theatre, Center Theatre, 305 Harrison Street, Seattle.  

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‘The Big Sick’ weaves together identity, love, and comedy

‘The Big Sick’ weaves together identity, love, and comedy

Misa Shikuma June 22, 2017 0

'The Big Sick' weaves together a narrative of identity, family, love, and compassion. 'The Big Sick' opens June 23 in New York and Los Angeles, select cities June 30. and wide release July

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Fred Korematsu Speaks Up: A gift for young readers and young activists

Fred Korematsu Speaks Up: A gift for young readers and young activists

Tamiko Nimura June 13, 2017 0

In our time of artistic and political resistance, Fred Korematsu Speaks Up by Laura Atkins and Stan Yogi, with illustrations by Yutaka Houlette, is a rare gift for young readers and parents of young

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SIFF: Finding Kukan a personal film for Robin Lung

SIFF: Finding Kukan a personal film for Robin Lung

Aya Bisbee June 12, 2017 0

She was an activist, a playwright, an actress, a cook, a pilot, a filmmaker, and a woman who did not put up with the status quo. Li Ling-Ai was a second generation Chinese-American who

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June 12, 2017—Arts Etc.

June 12, 2017—Arts Etc.

Alan Chong Lau June 12, 2017 0

Visual Arts From which we rise is a group exhibition curated by artist Satpreet Kahlon in which she requested seven artists to choose handmade craft made by their mother and create a piece of

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Artist Jill Beppu goes beyond the surface to celebrate strength

Artist Jill Beppu goes beyond the surface to celebrate strength

Brenda Kay Neth June 11, 2017 0

Beppu’s art will be at the UW Tower until the third week of June. Admission is free

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Films: ‘Didi’s Dream’ is psychadelic, SIFF offers colorful Asian cinema

Films: ‘Didi’s Dream’ is psychadelic, SIFF offers colorful Asian cinema

Yayoi Lena Winfrey June 8, 2017 0

There are a lot of movies to be seen on SIFF screens through June 11. There are also several new theatrical releases

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Seattle International Dance Festival—A Celebration of the human spirit

Seattle International Dance Festival—A Celebration of the human spirit

Roxanne Ray June 8, 2017 0

The year 2017 marks the twelfth year of the Seattle International Dance Festival, led by Cyrus Khambatta, artistic director of Khambatta Dance. The schedule includes 16 days of performances, workshops, and a free

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