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Big News in Seattle

SEATTLE, Wash.—March 23, 2010—KING FM, Seattle’s iconic classical music radio station, announced today that it intends to become a listener-supported public radio station beginning in July 2011.

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And a Child Shall Lead Them

So, by now you’ve probably heard about the new kid on the block in Seattle. Alexander Prior, no relation to the comedian but a crazy connection to the world of method acting, is just 17 but apparently no joke. His great-great grandfather was Stanislavsky, the famous founder of a system from which method acting was […]

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Bach to Byte in Seattle

Seattle held a technology-classical music summit recently and longtime Seattle music critic Melinda Bargreen wrote up a review that I think has general interest for other communities.  It also adds to the thread we’ve been discussing.  To keep it easier to read, I’m going to print it here in full text after the fold, not […]

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