Sometimes, movie plots don’t have to fully explain themselves, or play out in strictly linear fashion, to succeed. Sometimes, a film’s intelligence and atmosphere achieve the desired effect. Welcome to The Night House. Continue Reading Reeder’s Movie Reviews: The Night House
Reminiscence indulges in the well-established cinematic tradition of playing with our perception of time. The French pioneer Georges Méliès did it successfully at the turn of the twentieth century, and Christopher Nolan is doing it in our time. Continue Reading Reeder’s Movie Reviews: Reminiscence
Trained assassins. Sins of the past and present. Double crosses. Exotic locales. Breezy banter. Name actors. Gaping plot holes. The Protégé has it all for you.
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Photo of author Jess Walter | Courtesy of Jess Walter. In this episode of Traverse Talks with Sueann Ramella, author Jess Walter talks about humility and confidence, about the characters that… Continue Reading ‘Traverse Talks’ Episode 24: Jess Walter On The Crossroads Between Humility And Confidence
Photo of author and creator of the DAWN method for dementia care, Judy Cornish. In this episode of Traverse Talks with Sueann Ramella, attorney Judy Cornish, talks about the confusion… Continue Reading ‘Traverse Talks’ Episode 23 – Judy Cornish on Dementia Care Through The DAWN Method
Siblings and authors of the children’s book, The Whale Child, Keith and Chenoa Egawa. In this episode of Traverse Talks with Sueann Ramella, siblings and co-authors of a children’s book… Continue Reading ‘Traverse Talks’ Episode 22: Keith and Chenoa Egawa On How All Of Our Connections Shape Us
Steve reviews The Suicide Squad movie. Continue Reading Reeder’s Movie Reviews: The Suicide Squad
Theaters of the 1920’s were nothing short of magical. Elaborate architecture and stunning decor housed vaudevillian acts and traveling shows for an evening or two, while making way for a rapidly growing hunger in America – a desire for movies. The Lincoln Theater in Mount Vernon was born during this enchanting time of art and growth and today serves as a home to performances and culture in Skagit county. Continue Reading Classical Music Venues With Non-Classical Histories: Mount Vernon’s Lincoln Theater
If you’re prepared to immerse yourself in a story rich with character, emotion, symbolism and poetry (both verbal and visual), then you’ll savor this journey. This is a story well worth telling, and watching.
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NWPB’s Steve Reeder review’s Disney’s latest, long awaited movie, Jungle Cruise. Continue Reading Reeder’s Movie Review: Jungle Cruise
A photo of Josh Gortler from the cover of his book “Among The Remnants.” In this episode of Traverse Talks with Sueann Ramella, retired social worker and community leader Josh… Continue Reading ‘Traverse Talks’ Episode 21: Josh Gortler And Gigi Yellen On The Concept Of Tikkun Olam
Who needs a concert hall when there’s a barn nearby? Or a brewery? Or an old electric power plant? The Northwest is home to some classical music venues with decidedly non-classical histories. This is the story of Trillium Woods Farm, home of Concerts in the Barn. Continue Reading Classical Music Venues With Non-Classical Histories: Trillium Woods Farm