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Thursday, January 19th, 2017

Friday, January 20th, 2017

  • | 7:30pm - | Arts and Entertainment, dance; fairhaven; bellingham repertory dance; local arts; art; performing art;
    - Bellingham Repertory Dance presents "no such place," an evening of seven dance works, each exploring the tenuous textures of their own distinct worlds. The show will run for two weekends in Bellingham at the Firehouse Performing Arts Center--7:30pm (Fri/Sat), 5:00pm (Sun).

    "no such place" boasts six new dances from choreographers nation-wide, as well as one returning piece from the group’s past repertory. Selected from the dozens of works submitted to Bellingham Repertory Dance at the start of the season, this winter’s repertory exposes an unusually rich and palpably weighted slice of contemporary dance and culture. Each of the seven pieces seen in January’s "no such place" offer strange glimpses into complete worlds of particular social structures, gravity, texture, evolution, and narrative. Though the realities built by the dancers within each world are clear and consistent, the audience will feel as though they are peeking through a narrow doorway into a room which stretches unknowingly beyond view. Like post-modern cubism, BRD alum Ella Mahler’s duet this and this too suggests a relationship that either expresses itself across a span of time, or exists as many multiplicities at once. Somebodies Dance Theater’s Quietly, Quickly explores the heightened social and physical awareness bred by war in a duet set against an anxious backdrop of a chorus of dancers, and Joy French’s 1st/2nd invites audiences into the nuance and absurdity of laughter between close friends. Threaded through the concert’s offerings is the genuine and daring use of movement as a language for building not only narrative but also emotional texture.

    The mission of Bellingham Repertory Dance to present audiences with accessible work is clearly seen in the programming of "no such place," but is here paired with a sensitivity to the cultural tensions undeniably at play in our changing national landscape. What emerges is an evening of beautiful but challenging works that will draw you in, chew you up, and leave you wondering what you’ve just seen and felt.

    Tickets may be available at the door, space allowing, but advance tickets are strongly advised. Advance tickets are sold at a slightly discounted rate, and are available for purchase at click for details or in person at the Firehouse Cafe. Student discounted tickets are also available online and in person. Remaining tickets will be sold at the door for $20/$15 (students).

    Bellingham Repertory Dance is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit. For more information about "no such place," Bellingham Repertory Dance, or our ongoing community dance classes, please visit our website at click for details.
    Firehouse Performing Arts Center
    1314 Harris Ave Bellingham WA 98225
    Alethea Alexander 360.927.2448 bhamrep@gmail.com

Saturday, January 21st, 2017

  • | 7:30pm - | Arts and Entertainment, dance; fairhaven; bellingham repertory dance; local arts; art; performing art;
    - Bellingham Repertory Dance presents "no such place," an evening of seven dance works, each exploring the tenuous textures of their own distinct worlds. The show will run for two weekends in Bellingham at the Firehouse Performing Arts Center--7:30pm (Fri/Sat), 5:00pm (Sun).

    "no such place" boasts six new dances from choreographers nation-wide, as well as one returning piece from the group’s past repertory. Selected from the dozens of works submitted to Bellingham Repertory Dance at the start of the season, this winter’s repertory exposes an unusually rich and palpably weighted slice of contemporary dance and culture. Each of the seven pieces seen in January’s "no such place" offer strange glimpses into complete worlds of particular social structures, gravity, texture, evolution, and narrative. Though the realities built by the dancers within each world are clear and consistent, the audience will feel as though they are peeking through a narrow doorway into a room which stretches unknowingly beyond view. Like post-modern cubism, BRD alum Ella Mahler’s duet this and this too suggests a relationship that either expresses itself across a span of time, or exists as many multiplicities at once. Somebodies Dance Theater’s Quietly, Quickly explores the heightened social and physical awareness bred by war in a duet set against an anxious backdrop of a chorus of dancers, and Joy French’s 1st/2nd invites audiences into the nuance and absurdity of laughter between close friends. Threaded through the concert’s offerings is the genuine and daring use of movement as a language for building not only narrative but also emotional texture.

    The mission of Bellingham Repertory Dance to present audiences with accessible work is clearly seen in the programming of "no such place," but is here paired with a sensitivity to the cultural tensions undeniably at play in our changing national landscape. What emerges is an evening of beautiful but challenging works that will draw you in, chew you up, and leave you wondering what you’ve just seen and felt.

    Tickets may be available at the door, space allowing, but advance tickets are strongly advised. Advance tickets are sold at a slightly discounted rate, and are available for purchase at click for details or in person at the Firehouse Cafe. Student discounted tickets are also available online and in person. Remaining tickets will be sold at the door for $20/$15 (students).

    Bellingham Repertory Dance is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit. For more information about "no such place," Bellingham Repertory Dance, or our ongoing community dance classes, please visit our website at click for details.
    Firehouse Performing Arts Center
    1314 Harris Ave Bellingham WA 98225
    Alethea Alexander 360.927.2448 bhamrep@gmail.com
  • | NATL - Public Interest
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Monday, January 23rd, 2017

  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - First observed in 1975 as a day to set aside and celebrate pie! Annually Jan. 23rd.
     
           

Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

  • - January 24, 1924. The first Winter Olympic Games opened at Chamonix, France, with athletes representing 16 nations. The ski jump, previously unknown, thrilled spectators. The Olympics offered a boost to skiing, which became enormously popular in the next decade.
     
           

Thursday, January 26th, 2017

Friday, January 27th, 2017

  • | 7:30pm - | Arts and Entertainment, dance; fairhaven; bellingham repertory dance; local arts; art; performing art;
    - Bellingham Repertory Dance presents "no such place," an evening of seven dance works, each exploring the tenuous textures of their own distinct worlds. The show will run for two weekends in Bellingham at the Firehouse Performing Arts Center--7:30pm (Fri/Sat), 5:00pm (Sun).

    "no such place" boasts six new dances from choreographers nation-wide, as well as one returning piece from the group’s past repertory. Selected from the dozens of works submitted to Bellingham Repertory Dance at the start of the season, this winter’s repertory exposes an unusually rich and palpably weighted slice of contemporary dance and culture. Each of the seven pieces seen in January’s "no such place" offer strange glimpses into complete worlds of particular social structures, gravity, texture, evolution, and narrative. Though the realities built by the dancers within each world are clear and consistent, the audience will feel as though they are peeking through a narrow doorway into a room which stretches unknowingly beyond view. Like post-modern cubism, BRD alum Ella Mahler’s duet this and this too suggests a relationship that either expresses itself across a span of time, or exists as many multiplicities at once. Somebodies Dance Theater’s Quietly, Quickly explores the heightened social and physical awareness bred by war in a duet set against an anxious backdrop of a chorus of dancers, and Joy French’s 1st/2nd invites audiences into the nuance and absurdity of laughter between close friends. Threaded through the concert’s offerings is the genuine and daring use of movement as a language for building not only narrative but also emotional texture.

    The mission of Bellingham Repertory Dance to present audiences with accessible work is clearly seen in the programming of "no such place," but is here paired with a sensitivity to the cultural tensions undeniably at play in our changing national landscape. What emerges is an evening of beautiful but challenging works that will draw you in, chew you up, and leave you wondering what you’ve just seen and felt.

    Tickets may be available at the door, space allowing, but advance tickets are strongly advised. Advance tickets are sold at a slightly discounted rate, and are available for purchase at click for details or in person at the Firehouse Cafe. Student discounted tickets are also available online and in person. Remaining tickets will be sold at the door for $20/$15 (students).

    Bellingham Repertory Dance is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit. For more information about "no such place," Bellingham Repertory Dance, or our ongoing community dance classes, please visit our website at click for details.
    Firehouse Performing Arts Center
    1314 Harris Ave Bellingham WA 98225
    Alethea Alexander 360.927.2448 bhamrep@gmail.com
  • | NATL - Moon Phases
    - Moon enters New Moon phase at 7:07pm EST.
     
           

Saturday, January 28th, 2017

  • | 7:30pm - | Arts and Entertainment, dance; fairhaven; bellingham repertory dance; local arts; art; performing art;
    - Bellingham Repertory Dance presents "no such place," an evening of seven dance works, each exploring the tenuous textures of their own distinct worlds. The show will run for two weekends in Bellingham at the Firehouse Performing Arts Center--7:30pm (Fri/Sat), 5:00pm (Sun).

    "no such place" boasts six new dances from choreographers nation-wide, as well as one returning piece from the group’s past repertory. Selected from the dozens of works submitted to Bellingham Repertory Dance at the start of the season, this winter’s repertory exposes an unusually rich and palpably weighted slice of contemporary dance and culture. Each of the seven pieces seen in January’s "no such place" offer strange glimpses into complete worlds of particular social structures, gravity, texture, evolution, and narrative. Though the realities built by the dancers within each world are clear and consistent, the audience will feel as though they are peeking through a narrow doorway into a room which stretches unknowingly beyond view. Like post-modern cubism, BRD alum Ella Mahler’s duet this and this too suggests a relationship that either expresses itself across a span of time, or exists as many multiplicities at once. Somebodies Dance Theater’s Quietly, Quickly explores the heightened social and physical awareness bred by war in a duet set against an anxious backdrop of a chorus of dancers, and Joy French’s 1st/2nd invites audiences into the nuance and absurdity of laughter between close friends. Threaded through the concert’s offerings is the genuine and daring use of movement as a language for building not only narrative but also emotional texture.

    The mission of Bellingham Repertory Dance to present audiences with accessible work is clearly seen in the programming of "no such place," but is here paired with a sensitivity to the cultural tensions undeniably at play in our changing national landscape. What emerges is an evening of beautiful but challenging works that will draw you in, chew you up, and leave you wondering what you’ve just seen and felt.

    Tickets may be available at the door, space allowing, but advance tickets are strongly advised. Advance tickets are sold at a slightly discounted rate, and are available for purchase at click for details or in person at the Firehouse Cafe. Student discounted tickets are also available online and in person. Remaining tickets will be sold at the door for $20/$15 (students).

    Bellingham Repertory Dance is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit. For more information about "no such place," Bellingham Repertory Dance, or our ongoing community dance classes, please visit our website at click for details.
    Firehouse Performing Arts Center
    1314 Harris Ave Bellingham WA 98225
    Alethea Alexander 360.927.2448 bhamrep@gmail.com

Sunday, January 29th, 2017

  • | 7:30pm - | Arts and Entertainment, dance; fairhaven; bellingham repertory dance; local arts; art; performing art;
    - Bellingham Repertory Dance presents "no such place," an evening of seven dance works, each exploring the tenuous textures of their own distinct worlds. The show will run for two weekends in Bellingham at the Firehouse Performing Arts Center--7:30pm (Fri/Sat), 5:00pm (Sun).

    "no such place" boasts six new dances from choreographers nation-wide, as well as one returning piece from the group’s past repertory. Selected from the dozens of works submitted to Bellingham Repertory Dance at the start of the season, this winter’s repertory exposes an unusually rich and palpably weighted slice of contemporary dance and culture. Each of the seven pieces seen in January’s "no such place" offer strange glimpses into complete worlds of particular social structures, gravity, texture, evolution, and narrative. Though the realities built by the dancers within each world are clear and consistent, the audience will feel as though they are peeking through a narrow doorway into a room which stretches unknowingly beyond view. Like post-modern cubism, BRD alum Ella Mahler’s duet this and this too suggests a relationship that either expresses itself across a span of time, or exists as many multiplicities at once. Somebodies Dance Theater’s Quietly, Quickly explores the heightened social and physical awareness bred by war in a duet set against an anxious backdrop of a chorus of dancers, and Joy French’s 1st/2nd invites audiences into the nuance and absurdity of laughter between close friends. Threaded through the concert’s offerings is the genuine and daring use of movement as a language for building not only narrative but also emotional texture.

    The mission of Bellingham Repertory Dance to present audiences with accessible work is clearly seen in the programming of "no such place," but is here paired with a sensitivity to the cultural tensions undeniably at play in our changing national landscape. What emerges is an evening of beautiful but challenging works that will draw you in, chew you up, and leave you wondering what you’ve just seen and felt.

    Tickets may be available at the door, space allowing, but advance tickets are strongly advised. Advance tickets are sold at a slightly discounted rate, and are available for purchase at click for details or in person at the Firehouse Cafe. Student discounted tickets are also available online and in person. Remaining tickets will be sold at the door for $20/$15 (students).

    Bellingham Repertory Dance is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit. For more information about "no such place," Bellingham Repertory Dance, or our ongoing community dance classes, please visit our website at click for details.
    Firehouse Performing Arts Center
    1314 Harris Ave Bellingham WA 98225
    Alethea Alexander 360.927.2448 bhamrep@gmail.com
  • | NATL - Sports and Entertainment
    - Camping World Stadium, Orlando , FL. The best football players from the AFC and NFC battle it out. Annually, the Sunday before the Super Bowl.
     
           

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - Feb 1-28. During this month, the American Heart Association will focus on women with "Go Red for Women," an educational movement about women and cardiovascular disease.
     
           

Thursday, February 2nd, 2017

  • | NATL - Seasonal
    - Old belief that if the sun shines on Candlemas Day, or if the groundhog sees his shadow when he emerges on this day, six weeks of winter will ensue.
     
           

Saturday, February 4th, 2017

  • - On February 4, 2004, Mark Zuckerberg and fellow Harvard student Dustin Moskovitz, Chris Hughes, and Eduardo Saverin launched "TheFacebook" as a social networking site. Facebook, later dropping the "The", quickly became an Internet sensation, reaching 901 million users by March 2012. The site currently has more than 936 million daily users (83% of whom live outside North America) and is offered in 70 million languages. On May 18, 2012, Facebook went public, with a volume of 567 million shares trading that day.
     
           

Sunday, February 5th, 2017

  • | NATL - Sports and Entertainment
    - NRG Stadium, Houston, TX. Football's legendary battle between NFC and AFC champions.
     
           

Monday, February 6th, 2017

  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - Feb 1-28. During this month, the American Heart Association will focus on women with "Go Red for Women," an educational movement about women and cardiovascular disease.
     
           

Friday, February 10th, 2017

  • | NATL - Moon Phases
    - So called by Native American tribes of New England and the Great Lakes because this time of year sees heavy snowfalls. Also called the Hunger Moon, because of the meager hunting at this time of winter. The February full moon.
     
           

Saturday, February 11th, 2017

Sunday, February 12th, 2017

  • | NATL - Sports and Entertainment
    - Staples Center, Los Angeles, CA. 59th annual. Celebrating the best in recording arts and sciences, the Grammys cover more than 100 categories, from classical to jazz to pop and rock. Awarded by and to artists and technical professionals. National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences.
     
           
  • | NATL - Historical
    - Happy Birthday!
     
           

Monday, February 13th, 2017

  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - Feb 1-28. During this month, the American Heart Association will focus on women with "Go Red for Women," an educational movement about women and cardiovascular disease.
     
           

Tuesday, February 14th, 2017

  • | NATL - Seasonal
    - St. Valentine's Day celebrates the feasts of two Christian martyrs of this name. One, a priest and physician, was beaten and beheaded on the Flaminan Way at Rome, Italy, Feb 14, AD 269, during the reign of Emperor Claudius II. Another Valentine, the bishop of Terni, is said to have been beheaded, also on the Flaminian Way at Rome, Feb 14 (possibly in a later year). Both history and legend are vague and contradictory about details of the Valentines, and some say that Feb 14 was selected for the celebration of Christian martyrs as a diversion from the ancient pagan observance of Lupercalia. An old legend has it that birds choose their mates on Valentine's Day. Now it is one of the most widely observed unofficial holidays. It is an occasion for the exchange of gifts (usually books, flowers, or sweets) and greeting cards with affectionate or humorous messages.
     
           

Saturday, February 18th, 2017

  • | NATL - Moon Phases
    - February 18, 1930, Pluto was discovered by astronomer Clyde Tombaugh at the Lowell Observatory at Flagstaff, AZ. It was given the name of the Roman god of the underworld. It was considered the ninth planet of the solar system until 2006, when astronomers reclassified it as a dwarf planet.
     
           

Sunday, February 19th, 2017

  • | NATL - Sports and Entertainment
    - Charlotte, NC (location subject to change) 66th annual. The NBA All-Star Game between the Eastern and Western Conferences. The All-Star weekend kicks off Feb 17th with the Celebrity Game and the BBVA Rising Stars Challenge. Est attendance 100,000.
     
           

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