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What did Sept. 11 do?
WHO: Richard A. MartinWHAT DID YOU DO? I'm the outgoing music editor at Seattle Weekly, a former editor at Willamette Week in Portland, and a… Continue reading
NAME: Howard HooperSPOTTED AT: Golden Oldies, 201 N.E. 45th, 547-2260WHAT DO YOU DO HERE AT GOLDEN OLDIES? I'm the assistant manager for this location.HOW LONG… Continue reading
SPOTTED AT: Rockaroke [sic] at the Sunset Tavern, 5433 Ballard, 784-0627NAME: Kevin "Earthquake" MiltonAGE: YoungWHERE DO YOU LIVE? Capitol HillWHAT DO YOU DO? I'm the… Continue reading
SPOTTED OUTSIDE OF: Sonic Boom, 3414 Fremont N., 547-BOOMNAME: Ethan AdamsAGE: 28WHERE DO YOU LIVE? Capitol HillWHAT DO YOU DO? I'm an on-strike T.A. at… Continue reading
SPOTTED OUTSIDE OF: Easy Street CDs and Tapes, 4559 California S.W., 938-3279NAME: RyanHOW OLD ARE YOU? 29WHERE DO YOU LIVE? West SeattleWHAT DO YOU DO?… Continue reading
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Opening Kurt Cobain's heart-shaped Pandora's box.
A list of local spa experiences
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At EMP, photos freeze the moment before rock's three biggest legends lunged toward greatness.
Readers respond to our love letter to 'beetza.'
Seattle Weekly: You do this keytar-based jazzercise/electro-pop fusion thing—how did you develop your act?Anna Oxygen: I grew up recording on this eight-track karaoke machine I… Continue reading
Twenty years strong, the highly eclectic Seattle Festival of Improvised Music shows that improv isn't just for jazz fans anymore.
Reunited sisters CocoRosie open up their sound on their second album.
A local nonprofit upstart calls on rock and roll to help save the day.