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Top Seattle arts news: Intiman Theatre is in danger of closing; Seattleite Travis Thompson; more

Top Seattle arts news: Intiman Theatre is in danger of closing; Seattleite Travis Thompson; more
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By Hoodline - Published on September 27, 2019.

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in arts and culture in Seattle.

Former Modest Mouse bassist Eric Judy and interior designer Desirae Wilkerson open bookstore in West Seattle

Paper Boat Booksellers, which is now West Seattle's only bookstore specializing in new books, has been in soft-open mode since early September and will have its grand opening Oct. 5.

Read the full story on The Seattle Times.

Travis Thompson could be the next big hip hop star from Seattle

He grew up in Burien but hopes his music reaches the world.

Read the full story on KING5.

Seattle’s Intiman Theatre, resurrected almost a decade ago, is again in danger of closing

Intiman's board of directors says the 47-year-old arts organization, which successfully wiped out roughly $2.7 million in debt, is now out of money and might have to close in October. 

Read the full story on The Seattle Times.

Listen: From Benjamin Francis Leftwich to Morrissey and more, a playlist of songs by musicians playing in Seattle Sept. 27- Oct. 3

Almost every night of the week, Seattle’s stages offer a roster of regional indie-folk artists, do-it-yourself punk bands and homegrown comedians, as well as nationally touring pop stars. 

Read the full story on The Seattle Times.


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