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Paul Rucker: Preserving Black History in the Central District

Paul Rucker: Preserving Black History in the Central District

Paul Rucker’s artwork, 78, located at 23rd and Jackson, Seattle. Photo by Lara Swimmer. The Central District is often acknowledged as a historically Black neighborhood. And, to a degree this is true. The Central District was also known for its thriving Jewish...
When Life Gives You Lemons: Gordon Brown’s Big Pandemic Pivot

When Life Gives You Lemons: Gordon Brown’s Big Pandemic Pivot

Gordon Brown photo by David McGraw. “The pandemic has been devastating to me as a musician,” saxophonist Gordon Brown doesn’t sugarcoat. “I know, through talking to others that I’m not alone.” Brown’s saxophone has been in its case for much of the last year because of...
Earshot Jazz Livestream Series at The Royal Room

Earshot Jazz Livestream Series at The Royal Room

True Loves photo by Morgen Schuler. Each Friday evening our livestream concert series continues, airing directly from the Royal Room, Columbia City. Celebrating some of Seattle’s most talented musicians, the series is free to air on the Earshot Jazz YouTube channel....
Earshot Jazz Live at Town Hall

Earshot Jazz Live at Town Hall

Chuck Deardorf, Thomas Marriott, and Marc Seales photo by Jim Levitt. Earshot Jazz and Town Hall Seattle continue their livestream collaboration. Hear from resident and nationally renowned artists, two Saturdays a month. Tickets start from $15 and free tickets are...

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