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By GENE STOUT
There is perhaps no better way to celebrate the Year of the Horse than by attending a performance of “Odysseo,” the $30 million international touring extravaganza blending equestrian arts, theater, music, stage craft, daredevil acrobatics and high-tech wizardry.
Extended through March 30 at the white big top at Marymoor Park in Redmond, “Odysseo” is [...]
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By GENE STOUT
Born in 1975 in Madrid, Spain, to Julio Iglesias and Isabel Preysler, Enrique Iglesias is today the biggest Latin recording star in music history, with sales of more than 70 million albums and 68 No. 1’s on the Billboard charts.
Billboard has dubbed him The King of Latin Pop and The King of Dance.
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By MIKEL TOOMBS
If Shakira hasn’t yet appeared in Seattle, maybe it’s because she hadn’t found the ideal venue. Judging by her largely Spanish-language new album, “Sale el Sol,” the problem is now solved.
This bright Colombian would be a perfect fit for Bumbershoot’s Fisher Green stage (this year sponsored by State Farm, although a good time [...]
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