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What’s with the mysterious art on Denny Way?

All Rise, a 14-month rotating installation of public art on Denny Way in Seattle's South Lake Union neighborhood, looks to engage passers-by. Starting at 5 p.m. today, 23 trumpet players will perform "Trumpet City: Seattle," by composer Craig Shepard, shown at right, for one hour at the pink-flag exhibit.

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All Rise, a 14-month rotating installation of public art on Denny Way in Seattle's South Lake Union neighborhood, looks to engage passers-by. Starting at 5 p.m. today, 23 trumpet players will perform "Trumpet City: Seattle," by composer Craig Shepard, shown at right, for one hour at the pink-flag exhibit.

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