Northwest NEWS

February 25, 2002

Entertainment

'The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940' opens at WHS

*Who killed the maid? Was it Mr. O'Reilly, the Irish tenor, in the kitchen with the rope? Was is Elsa Von Grossenknueten in the library with the butcher knife? Or was it Mr. Hopewell in the closet with the revolver?
  
  

'Music for Tonite'

*Woodinville Repertory Theatre (WRT) presents an exciting evening of entertainment, with songs and dances from favorite Broadway shows - "Anything Goes," "Babes In Arms," "The Fantasticks," "Jesus Christ Superstar," "Guys and Dolls" and more!
  
  

Blues jam at Pumps & Grinds

*Pumps & Grinds Afterhours will present their monthly blues jam at 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 2.
  
  

Use of interactives makes 'Genetics!' accessible to visitors of all ages

*Currently on display at Pacific Science Center is the exhibit, "Genetics!"
   Created by the museum and presented by Immunex, "Genetics!" is a 6,500-square-foot exhibition featuring thirty hands-on activities that explore the basics of genetics, from cloning to solving crimes.
  
  

Feathered friends at Duvall gallery

* Local exotic bird aficionados Cyndi Osborne and Robert Spicknall with their favorite feathered friends will be at Gardens & SunSpaces Gallery in Duvall for the current exhibit, "Soaring Minds."