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WookieeProject Entertainment and Culture is a collaborative effort to make Wookieepedia a trustworthy, realiable, and comprehensive database containing everything there is to know about entertainment in the galaxy far far away. From music, dance, performing arts, and food to casinos, clubs, and restaurants, we aim to bring you all the information on how the citizens of the GFFA spend their free time.

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Current nominationsEdit

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Flatcake Cade Calrayn GAN
Spicebrew AV-6R7 CAN

Featured articleEdit

In 3,998 BBY, the Museum of Dark Side Antiquities on Coruscant organized a presentation for display to the public entitled The Dark Lords of the Sith. Located within the Museum's Sith Hall, the exhibit was dedicated exclusively to the history of the ancient Sith Empire and its rulers, the Dark Lords of the eponymous Sith species.

In the same year of its inception, The Dark Lords of the Sith exhibit was patronized by Aleema and Satal Keto, two socialite cousins native to the Empress Teta system. Despite the insignificance of the exhibit's artifacts as purported by the museum curator, the Ketos' interest in dark side–oriented objects led them to steal an ancient Sith spellbook from a display. With the knowledge they gained from its contents, Aleema and Satal became influential in the resurgence of the actual Dark Lords of the Sith, for whom the museum exhibit was named.


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