Arts & Culture

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"Waterfall" not only brings pop star Bie Sukrit to the United States in the lead role, but also crosses the cultures of Thai and American musical theater traditions.

A child contributes to an interactive art portion of the exhibit. (Photo by Mahroo Keshavarz)

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What will keep the legacy of Seattle hip-hop moving? MOHAI exhibit curators have an idea.

A note that accompanies the crosswalk paint job raises a series of somber concerns.(Photo by Goorish Wibneh)

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The trend of guerilla crosswalk painting in Seattle continued when a Rainier Beach crosswalk was repainted with the colors of the Ethiopian flag.

Artist Keith Salmon hikes in the Scottish countryside, a key part of his process for creating impressionistic landscape paintings. The painter is profiled in the upcoming film Glen Rosa, by Seattle filmmaker Dan Thornton. (Courtesy photo)

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Seattle filmmaker Dan Thornton illuminates a visually impaired landscape painter's process in the new film Glen Rosa.

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New group Au Collective centers the experiences and perspectives of artists of color, women and queer artists in dance.

Meron Alexandar waiting to speak at the Council Meeting defense of hookah bars where she says are safe places. (Photo by Goorish Wibneh)

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Seattle hookah lounges shouldn't be the scapegoat for violence, according to diverse residents who packed a City Council meeting Monday.

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This month in Seattle: Breakfast with Singapore's ambassador, capoeira at lunch, and Caribbean jerk chicken dinner.

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On the 70th anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing, a Seattle teen traveled to Japan for a goodwill concert.

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Claudia Castro Luna has masters degrees in poetry and urban planning and is a K-12 certified teacher.

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With short funny skits posted to YouTube, language teachers with the Puyallup Tribe aim to boost the everyday usage of the endangered Lushootseed language.

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Movimiento Afrolatino Seattle aims to empower people with Afro-Latino heritage—often made invisible in the broader community—through art.

Ryun Yu portrays Gordon Hirabayashi. (Photo by Michael Lamont)

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Biographical play "Hold These Truths" depicting Gordon Hirabayashi's fight for civil rights sees a big sophomore year at Seattle's ACT Theatre.

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The Pan Am Games kickoff today in Toronto with dozens of Northwest athletes competing for team USA and Canada.

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Ky-Mani Marley brings his reggae/hip-hop/country fusion sound to Nectar Lounge tonight.

Seattle South Asian Film Festival founder Rita Meher. (Photo by Shikha Jain)

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Tasveer's Rita Meher has touched countless lives and made the Northwest a global center for South Asian feminism.

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When traditional talk therapies fall flat, more and more Northwest military veterans suffering PTSD are turning to art therapy.

Eeshan Tripathi, Dhruv Lohumi, Adam Dow, and Preeti Singh of Improv Comedy Mumbai — the first improv troop in India. The Mumbai crew was started by Dow and is in Seattle this month for a string of special performances. (Photo by Alex Stonehill)

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Improv Comedy Mumbai, a group founded by Seattle native Adam Dow, is in town this week for "Bollywood themed" improv performances.

"Space Gospel" artist NorvisJr performs at Moshka. (Photo by Joy Okot-Okidi)

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Moksha, a hybrid clothing store and venue on the Ave, is showcasing genre-bending black musicians.

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Seattle-based transgender activist, producer, and artist Aneesh Sheth, launched a Kickstarter and filmed a pilot of original webseries "CRAVE."

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A new documentary, "Kenbe Fem," featuring David Pierre-Louis' efforts to rebuild his family's hometown in Haiti debuts this Thursday, June 25.

A Legong Balinese dancer. (Photo from Flickr by Jorge Dalmau)

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Watching white Seattleites’ adopting Indonesian culture taught me that I can fit in here without giving up my identity.