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Arts briefs: April 22, 2015

Arts briefs: April 22, 2015

Pipestone student recital Sunday Students of Pam Hunt at the Pipestone School of Music will hold their annual studio recital in the Methow Valley Community Center gym on Sunday (April 26) at 3 p.m. Students from age 5 to 23 will perform solo and group pieces on violin, viola and cello. The event is free but...
Hunt tries his hand at filmmaking with locally cast Haiku

Hunt tries his hand at filmmaking with locally cast Haiku

By Ann McCreary
A jaded, junk food-eating, hard-partying reporter travels from Seattle to a remote valley to interview a once-famous 1960s beat poet who has become a monkish recluse. The reporter encounters a very different …
Letters to the editor: May 14, 2014

Letters to the editor: May 14, 2014

Dinner a success Dear Editor: This is a huge thank you to the many folks who helped make our Africa dinner on May 4 such a success. We have to start with Charlotte Nelson and her main-man, Robert, who put in many, many hours of planning and food preparation — barbecuing, marinating, chopping, etc. Thanks also to...
Arts briefs: April 9, 2014

Arts briefs: April 9, 2014

This week: Interpretive Center opens its season April 12, Student films at LBHS at LBHS April 16, Poetry reading April 17, Classical guitar at The Merc April 24 and Revisit the ’60s at the Barn on April 26.
Keyboard Confections serves up variety in music and sweets

Keyboard Confections serves up variety in music and sweets

By Ann McCreary
Keyboard Confections will treat the Methow Valley to a smorgasbord of piano music and luscious desserts on Saturday (March 1), at 7 p.m. at the Methow Valley Community Center in Twisp. Presented by Cascadia, Keyboard Confections is …

Arts briefs: Feb. 19, 2014

This week:
Jazz all over
Winter Film Fest
Improvisation
Gettin' wiggy with it
Keyboard Confections
Seven Year Itch
Letters to the editor: Feb. 5, 2014

Letters to the editor: Feb. 5, 2014

Hard choices Dear Editor: Life does present choices but so often a choice is between paths that each carry ramifications. In years past, we often discussed conflicts of the natural world with Ken White. He always said, “That is what is called a dilemma.” So the first time we had a resident cougar several years...