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My craving for classic fantasy content is very rarely satisfied. Unless it’s a “The Lord of the Rings” marathon or playing a game of Dungeons & Dragons, I always want more fantasy stories. That’s why I was excited about “Carcerem,” a weekly high-fantasy audio series. 

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Imagine yourself on the Quad on a cold, damp winter night, heading home after a solid study session at Ode. You pull out your phone to check the time and the glowing screen reveals that it’s past midnight. Out of the corner of your eye, you spot a menacing, human-like figure slowly creeping …

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On a brisk, cold, Saturday night, I had the opportunity to witness the UW School of Drama’s new production, “So Far So Good,” from the warmth of my bedroom. “So Far So Good” is an online performance art piece devised by UW drama faculty member Libby King, fellow graduate actors, and designer…

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Roger Ebert, a famous film critic, once claimed that Alejandro Jodorowsky described himself as a man without any real roots, as ephemeral as the plots and characters he directed. Despite successful ventures in a string of countries, Jodoworosky could never shake the impression that “in Boliv…

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Romeo and Juliet. Bonnie and Clyde. Lancelot and Guinevere. All star-crossed lovers, fated to succumb to the folly that is love. But 1968’s “Fando y Lis,” one of Alejandro Jodorowsky’s films the Grand Illusion Cinema is streaming until Nov. 5, asks what happens when a young couple seeks to f…

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“El Topo” translates as “The Mole.” This is a peculiar title for anybody to adopt, but Alejandro Jodorowsky’s latest screening at the Grand Illusion Cinema uses the name to deliberately tease the loose cannon of the Western. His “acid Western” forsakes the tropes of anti-heroes, damsels in d…

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I didn’t know this until recently, but former President Jimmy Carter is the candidate we long to vote for, yet may never again see in office. His humble beginnings, genuine advocacy, and deep-rooted love for American culture made him an ideal choice for the American people in 1977.

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The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood (PRB) is spending the summer in Seattle — along with a slew of painting, drawing, and decorative arts from 19th century Britain in the Seattle Art Museum’s (SAM) “Victorian Radicals: From The Pre-Raphaelites to The Arts and Crafts Movement.”

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For a relatively small venue, Washington Hall was crowded on the night of June 16 as fans gathered to listen to Kishi Bashi (stage name for Kaoru Ishibashi) perform on tour for his new album “Omoiyari.”