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  • Moscow's Art Heart

    The 1912 Center finally becomes reality
      Here is a town that knows what it's about: community theater, dance academies, create-it-yourself art stores, galleries, a city arts commission, writing workshops, independent bookstores, public art, a community band and orchestra, a nonprofit cinema and performing arts center, plenty of homegrown live music, artists' and musicians' societies and institutes, and as many local artists selling their stuff at the farmers' market as farmers.
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  • Windows to the Past
  • Windows to the Past

    Exhibit peers into the city's history
      Old wood-framed windows, when they have reached the end of their useful life, often end up gathering dust. But Kathleen Burns, the City of Moscow's new arts director, saw an opportunity for art when the original 50 windows from the third floor of Moscow's City Hall were replaced earlier this year.
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  • A Grand Old Lady
  • A Grand Old Lady

    Friends of Cordelia summer music series
      Cordelia has been around since 1883, and has spent her life on the Palouse, surrounded by the wheat fields southeast of Moscow. She's old and well-loved, and some Palouse-area musicians are so inspired by her long history that they've jumped at the chance to serenade her with song.
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  • Strange Bedfellows
  • Strange Bedfellows

    A geologist and a politician unite to bring Sirius Idaho Theatre Company to Moscow audiences
      Starting a new private non-profit theater company in the Pullman-Moscow region, already blessed with several community theater groups and two university drama departments, might seem a little risky. But risk is what theater is all about for Moscow thespians Pam Palmer and John Dickinson.
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  • Batik Unique
  • Batik Unique

    The fiber art of Linda Rasmussen
      If personalities were colors, Linda Rasmussen's would be light sage or robin's egg blue. She speaks softly, moves gently and exudes calmness and grace, the impression strengthened by her willowy frame and hip-length silver mane of hair. But when it comes to her artwork, she favors shades of bright purple, hot pink and electric blue.
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