Thursdays Reflections Dance Festival will feature original works by five local dancers, performed live from Seattles newly reopened Pier 62.
Thursday's Reflections Dance Festival will feature original works by five local dancers, performed live from Seattle's newly reopened Pier 62.

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Now that the people have spoken and Donald Trump's days in the White House are officially numbered, hopefully you can move through this week with a little more ease. To help you with that, and to keep you safe at home as COVID cases continue to rise, we're hitting you with the best ways to stay entertained from your couch through Sunday, from an evening with journalist Omari Salisbury to Sovereign Festival - Queer Black Women Film Fest, and from The Kitchn's Thanksgiving Food Fest featuring Seattle pie whiz @lokokitchen to the Pacific Northwest Ballet's Rep 2 to a post-election conversation with Bob Ferguson and other contributors to Dear America: Letters of Hope, Habitat, Defiance, and Democracy.

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Collide-O-Scope: Fantastic Distractions
Last week's doomscrolling has eased its grasp a little, but we've still got a global pandemic, a couple more months under a tyrannical leader, and a whole lot of systemic injustices to fight against, so mental distractions are still key to staying resilient. Let Collide-O-Scope do that work for you with tonight's "free-wheelin' phantasia of ephemeral footage."

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