February 3, 2006
Volume 34
Issue 05
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Songs of love, loss and hope tell the story behind Lifelong benefit
Songs of love, loss and hope tell the story behind Lifelong benefit
by Rajkhet Dirzhud-Rashid - SGN A&E Writer

By now most folks have probably recovered from that 'morning after' feeling one usually gets the day after New Years Eve (even if you don't drink), and you're most likely feeling like finding something fun to do this weekend now that Christmas is over. Well, look no more, here are two fun art shows you should check out, both of which open this weekend.

First, by all means get yourself down to Art/Not Terminal on Saturday and see lots and lots of new art, and in some cases, some recycled art. The work is often eclectic, always edgy and definitely something you won't see anywhere else. The fun starts at around 7 p.m. and usually goes until 10 p.m. There's also a subterranean show in the downstairs gallery, complete with its own little party, as well as the party upstairs. The Art/Not Terminal is located on the corner of Westlake and Lenora, near the Fantasy Unlimited, where you can spend a little of that Christmas dough on yourself or someone you really like.

And, by all means, don't forget the show at Local Color in the Pike Place Market, which runs from 5:30 p.m. until about 9 p.m. You can see some really gorgeous new works by local artists and enjoy some java, or tea and a pastry while you hang out with the artists and their friends. And hey, if you still have guests from the holidays, bring them along too. Local Color is located at the end of the fruit and veg. row, near the oldest Starbucks in Seattle.

Also, you might want to wander back up [to Capitol Hill] and see what new art will be hanging on the wall at Aurafice café, since that place, home of 'goth night' on Wednesdays, always has something provocative showing each month. Located on Pine near Travelers and Hot Mama's Pizza. You can get some pizza before or after and get a free calendar with purchase from Travelers if you hop in and get something exotic for your new year wear or to give your abode a lively look while its gloomy outside. And while you're on the Hill, check out Galore on Broadway, where Rob Lilly will likely have some new work worth lingering over too.

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