Northwest NEWS

September 24, 2001

Entertainment

Emotional opener for Seattle Symphony

*Opening night for the Seattle Symphony at Benaroya Hall went on despite the absence of scheduled conductor Andreas Delfs (who was unable to get a flight to Seattle in time) and in his place, the orchestra's assistant conductor, Alastair Willis, did a commendable job.
  

Ciscoe Morris to speak at Harvest Home Festival

*Master gardener Ciscoe Morris will speak at the Harvest Home Festival at 4 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 5, at Red Barn CountryInn.
  

Raves for 'Contact'

*The acclaimed, dazzling Broadway hit, "Contact," recently had a limited engagement at The Paramount Theatre, electrifying and exhilarating those fortunate to catch one of its few, coveted performances.