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Olympia is such a thriving arts & entertainment community that even when there's a weekend with the mega-combo of Spring Arts Walk and Procession of the Species, there are still OTHER things to do too. Read on ....
'Rock and Roll Hypnotist' will use his skills to persuade audience members to take off their shirts, spank each other and more on Saturday at The Royal Lounge in Olympia.
Wild parties, dancing in the street, bright colors, jazz and an undercurrent of the macabre. New Orleans is a gumbo of celebration and sadness, and a touring dance-and-jazz production on stage tonight at Pantages Theater delivers that spicy mix.
When Theatre Artists Olympia did "Cannibal: The Musical" four years ago, it was just one in a series of shows with themes or mentions of cannibalism.
Starting tonight, Olympia has another restaurant, and it will offer live music two nights a week.
Excess is a tricky goal in rock music. Too much abundance can smother the music; not enough can make a band look flimsy or half-hearted.
Young voices will rise in harmony to honor native peoples and their reverence for the Earth in a concert next weekend.
You might - if you were fond of bad puns - say that Solomon Douglas is a real swinging guy. Douglas of Seattle, who’ll play Tuesday in Olympia with his 10-piece big band Swingtet, isn’t just a swing bandleader and pianist. He also is a swing dancer, swing-dance teacher and swing-dance DJ.
Saturday in Olympia, you can hear a live performance of R.E.M.'s "It Happened Today," the first single from the band's new album.