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Pick: Tennis

Sept. 26
Tennis w/ Landing On the Moon
The Slowdown, 729 North 14th St.
9 p.m., $10 in advance/$12 day-of-show, onepercentproductions.com

The challenge for Tennis was to follow-up not just a successful debut album, 2011's Cape Dory, but also to provide a new narrative beyond the tale of wanderlust that sparked the band's creation. So this year's Young & Old sees the married duo of singer Alaina Moore and...

In Sync: Body and Nature

Nature and doshas

The ancient Indian medical system known as ayurveda identifies three primary energies in nature, pitta, vata, and kapha. All existence is made of these three energies — bodies, planets, trees, foods — everything. Related to the body, these energies are called doshas. Balance of the doshas is crucial to health.

We can stay in sync with nature by studying the nature of the doshas.

Pitta...

Theater Cold Cream

Julius Tours, Titus Faces Goth Queen

Last week’s look at the first few months of the theater season featured almost everything you needed to know about openings, but here’s a chance—make that one chance only—to catch up with Shakespeare on Tour.

Before director Vincent Carlson-Brown takes Julius Caesar on the road to Nebraska, Western Iowa and South Dakota for its seventh tour, you can see a free performance at 1 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 23, in the...

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<p> Pick: 14th Annual Art Auction Opening Reception

14th Annual Art Auction Opening Reception
September 21
Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, 724 S. 12th St.
6-9pm, FREE
bemiscenter.org, 341.7130

Always a hit, Bemis’ 14th Annual Art Auction will take place October 20.  Opening this weekend, the month-long Auction Exhibition is a precursor to this big-time event including more than 300 pieces of contemporary art in all media from local, national and...

Theater Feature

Longe Is Artist Rothko in Much-Honored Play

Someone says “sizzling” and you half expect porn. Hear “thrilling” and you think of cliffhanger action.

But, when they’re modified by “intellectually,” you’re in for an evening of theater powerful enough to sweep all the drama awards just two seasons ago. More than one reviewer saw Red, the story of abstract expressionist Mark Rothko as he battles for his artistic soul with a devil of a big commission, and found...

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