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Matt Taibbi

(1/6) Matt Taibbi
The Growth of ‘American Injustice’

(1/12) THIRD COAST PERCUSSION
Hard-Grooving, Versatile, and Resourceful

(2/10) Seattle Arts & Lectures presents
AN EVENING WITH SHERI FINK

Wes Moore

(1/19) Wes Moore
How to Live a Meaningful Life

(1/24) Saturday Family Concerts
A.A. Milne’s ‘Winnie-the-Pooh’

Lead With Your Curiosity 400+ events a year, most $5 or free--try something new!

LEAD WITH YOUR CURIOSITY
400+ events a year, most $5 or free–try something new!

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The Guardian's Tom Service recently explored "5 Myths About Contemporary Classical Music" and argued against the conceit that "contemporary classical music is devoid of melody and appeal, all noise and no fun."

What do you feel the role of contemporary classical music is in today's musical ecosystem?

On January 6th, Town Hall and SDOT host a conversation on open space and walkways in our own First Hill Neighborhood. In advance of this conversation we'd love your thoughts about open space in Seattle, generally. What parks or other open spaces really work in our city? How do they fit in to their neighborhoods, and what makes them work?

"Law-enforcement resources are now distributed so unevenly, and justice is being administered with such brazen inconsistency, that people everywhere are going to start questioning the basic political authority of law enforcement... [I]t's going to create problems that will make the post-Ferguson unrest seem minor."

The Police in America Are Becoming Illegitimate

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