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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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Tacoma guitar/flute Duo Rubicund in Seattle, Gig Harbor this weekend

Duo Rubicund aren’t what you might expect from a flute and guitar duo. Tacomans Meredith Connie on guitar and Erica Coutsouridis on flute don’t play easy-listening Romantic favorites or bland Baroque transcriptions; instead, they work with living composers (sometimes local) to explore new sounds and combinations (listen here for a YouTube sample). Connie’s originally Australian, and Coutsouridis played around the country in Army bands. The two have been playing as a duo for a few years now, collaborating with dancers (Barefoot Collective) and on their own.

Having just released a new CD at the Museum of Glass, the

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