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  • The Year in Arts
  • The Year in Arts

    Slashing, burning, earning and yearning: a year of survival in the arts
      After the whirlwind year theyâeuro;™ve had, we imagine the employees of the Museum of Arts and Culture are finding a lot more gray hairs in their brushes these days. For a while, it was looking grim for the Browneâeuro;™s Addition museum: Gov. Christine Gregoireâeuro;™s proposed budget wouldâeuro;™ve closed the MAC entirely.
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  • Hairy Beings and Nothingness
  • Hairy Beings and Nothingness

    No one has yet proven he exists, but Bigfoot isn’t going anywhere.
      been a big month for Bigfoot, both locally and nationally. First, in late May, an iPhone video purported to show a Sasquatch strolling through Spokane’s Downriver Park. Around the same time, PEMCO, the insurance company, released a poll of oddities declaring that 40 percent of Washingtonians believe in the possibility of Bigfoot.
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