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He’s a towering figure in American music. Here’s your last chance to see a local tribute this year

In this 1972 file photo Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, center left, stands with conductor-composer Leonard Bernstein, center right, as she shields light from her eyes while looking up at the stage in the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, in Washington, D.C. Bernstein would have turned 100 this year.
‘Dead Show’ art exhibition opens Friday in Richland
Art exhibition celebrating immigrant community planned in Kennewick
Tri-City things to do for Oct. 19-28
Rice Brothers to kick off Community Concerts of the Tri-Cities season

Mr. Movie

Mr. Movie review: Robert Redford’s last performance is a good one
Mr. Movie review: ‘The Sisters Brothers’, a plus for Western starved moviegoers


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