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Check it out: Scene

Comedian Troy Thirdgill and Chris Alpine stand up on stage at the Wenatchee Convention Center, 121 N. Wenatchee Ave., for Jason Austin’s Laugh Riot 2010.
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Norton puts on 2 faces for ‘Leaves of Grass’

One of our finest and most versatile screen actors, Edward Norton has played a neo-Nazi skinhead, a priest, a New York drug dealer, a European magician, a British diplomat, a doctor-turned-Hulk and even a criminal defendant with a split personality. In the comedy-thriller “Leaves of Grass,” Norton gets to up the ante by playing two characters — Bill Kincaid, a buttoned-down and buttoned-up Ivy League professor of classical philosophy at Brown University, and his estranged, identical twin Brady, a scruffy, tattooed marijuana grower from a part of southeastern Oklahoma known ...
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Novel tells of music trio’s rise and fall

Back when Elvis Presley was a scrawny teenager with dreams of becoming a gospel singer, he spent two years on tour with the Browns, a trio of siblings whose gorgeous harmonies would result in a series of country hits during the 1950s, culminating in “The Three Bells," which topped both the country and pop charts in 1959, selling more than one million copies.
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Gameplay

“Tournament of Legends” Sega; Wii; $29.99; rated T
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Family tradition

When you think of the term “family band,” it’s likely the Partridge Family or Brady Bunch come to mind. “The most common thing we hear is we’re a female version of the Osmonds,” says 21-year-old Kayli Lowe of her family. “When people see the show, it’s completely different.”
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Bad Things rising

TWISP — British expatriate Danbert Nobacon of Twisp has a new album in the pipe: “Woebegone,” a concept record featuring Seattle cabaret-punk ensemble the Bad Things.