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Tag: Antique Sandwich Company


Critic’s Picks: “Black Wings” at WSHM, quilts at Harbor History Museum, tango from Duo Rubicund and piano recital by Duane Hulbert

Black aviator history at the Washington State History Museum

“Black Wings,” new at the Washington State History Museum in Tacoma, explores the history of African American aviators past and present in a Smithsonian exhibit of stories, photographs and artifacts. Open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. third Thursdays through Jan. 16, 2012. $8/$7/$6/free for under-six, and free for all military, veterans and families on Veterans’ Day. 1911 Pacific Ave., Tacoma. 888-BE-THERE, www.washingtonhistory.org

“Artistry of Quilts” in Gig Harbor

Just opened, “The Artistry of Quilts” at the Harbor History Museum showcases both historic and contemporary examples of

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Free Arts Month: Chamber music and coffee at the Antique Sandwich Company

Tacoma’s blessed (no pun intended!) with plenty of free classical music on Sundays. This afternoon I had my choice of three terrific concerts – Brass Unlimited, an organ tour at Christ Episcopal, and the regular Sunday show at the Antique Sandwich Company. The Ruston coffee house was where I decided to go, and I arrived halfway through a two-hour chamber music concert featuring pianist Robert Jorgenson, oboist Karen Gorcue and French horn player Heather Morton.

Jorgenson has been playing the Antique’s Sunday series since 1988, he says, and he’s a natural speaker, briefly introducing each piece to the crowd relaxing

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