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  • The Sailor Classic Apron ($109) has brass hardware and a leather neck strap, and is made from indigo striped denim.
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    Aprons That Make a Splash

    - With Hedley & Bennett, a former line cook gives the humble apron—and restaurant and home chefs—a makeover.
Harrison Ford and a CGI-created Buck in the forthcoming The Call of the Wild.
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SCREENS

Jack London’s Return to the Screen

Forthcoming adaptations of The Call of the Wild and Martin Eden promise to stay true to Jack London’s characters—and his life.

Four Larks cofounders Sebastian Peters-Lazaro (left) and Mat Sweeney.
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THEATER

Frankenstein Was Misunderstood

A new production of Frankenstein brings the audience to life—as well as the misunderstood monster.

Brother & Sister: A Memoir, by Diane Keaton, Knopf, 176 pages, $25.95
NONFICTION

Diane Keaton’s Family Album

In a new memoir, Diane Keaton disassembles her family’s narrative.

Attica Locke makes it look easy in her most recent Highway 59 mystery novel, Heaven, My Home
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FICTION

Highway 59 Revisited

Attica Locke’s new mystery offers a consequential commentary on contemporary politics.

LA Opera’s first artist in residence, composer-conductor (and MacArthur Fellow) Matthew Aucoin, leads the company’s orchestra in a 2018 production of Rigoletto.
KEN HOWARD
SOUNDS

Matthew Aucoin Makes Opera for 2020

The preternaturally gifted composer Matthew Aucoin travels to the underworld for LA Opera.

Georgia O’Keeffe’s Music, Pink and Blue No. 2.
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ART

The Art of Inequality

Three Seattle-area shows confront gender inequity in the art world.

Detail of painter Leo Kenney’s The Priestess.
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ART

Washington State of Mind

The Pacific Northwest has a unique creative aesthetic that can be experienced in these must-visit art shows.