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Molly Sides, of Seattle band Thunderpussy, stars in "Danger Diva."
Molly Sides, of Seattle band Thunderpussy, stars in "Danger Diva."
Thursday, March 23, 2017 2:14 PM
“Danger Diva” premieres Thursday, April 13, in a special multimedia show at the Egyptian Theatre, sponsored by SIFF. The film will be followed by a live show from the band Thunderpussy.
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  • Seattle's Rental Regulations: A guide for landlords
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  • CARTOON: Launching a career
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  • So with the national (and global) mood taking such a swift, sudden turn, what will be "on the rise" or "approaching demise?"
  • Seattle Parks approves name of Troll's Knoll Park in Fremont
    A small Fremont park completed in 2015 has been named for the popular Fremont Troll statue nearby, parks officials announced Tuesday, March 7.
  • An Unholy Alliance?: Speak Out Seattle yells
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  • Vitality is a participation sport
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