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Underneath the Big Top at Cirque du Soleil

Having never been to a Cirque du Soleil performance, I wasn’t sure what to expect at KURIOS™ – A Cabinet of Curiosities, the company’s 35th creation. You could say I was fairly curious by the time I arrived on a … Continue reading

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Seattle Museum Month Offers Great Value in February

It’s a January day in Seattle as I write this, and outside it’s clear, sunny and blue. But it’s true, our winter weather can lean more to the…..ahem……neutral side of the color palette, and gray skies are not uncommon. This … Continue reading

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Bumbershoot: A Love Story

Seattle’s festival of arts & music, Bumbershoot is one of my favorite annual events. Growing up in a small town about an hour away, I jumped at any chance to visit the “big city” for music and festivals. I attended … Continue reading

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Around Seattle with CityPASS

The sun was out. The sky was blue. The air temperature hovered at about 71° F. It was the quintessential summer day in Seattle and the city was simply begging to be explored. Fortunately, my cousin, Andrea, and I started … Continue reading

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Seeing is Believing: A Day With Miró

As I strode into SAM on a sleepy Thursday morning I realized that the only time I had ever seen Miró’s art was in college studying Gardner’s Art Through the Ages. As you can imagine, seeing the works of a … Continue reading

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