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The Bushwick Book Club turns homework assignments into music.
Why readers gladly fork out for the glossy, geeky guitar magazine.
From PHX to NWA to Are We There Yet?
Amid a sea of pop and folk, some scuzzier sounds in town are having a moment.
The next Madonna? The next Lauper? Either way, you love her.
Cheap rent and legit truck food have yet to spoil this West Seattle suburb.
The ex-Misfit is a visionary who demands our respect.
The Wonder Show of the World is worth making a fuss over, even if its founder won't.
Why public radio's become the go-to spot for bands to hook up with paying customers.
How calculated risks have made this man as ubiquitous as red, white, and Nicholas Sparks.
With its 50th release, Seattle's Light in the Attic Records celebrates the pleasure and pain of reissues.
Rock clubs have not fared well in the city's faraway neighborhood.
Yeah, he'll finish that song when he's done. Thanks.
The location may have changed, but the music knows no difference.
Meet the 25-year-old, Grammy-nominated Seattleite youve never heard of, at the local label that gets no respect (in town anyway).
The bands manager proves there can be life after Seattle Weekly.
How a local filmmaker rediscovered Seattles soul.