Laura Cassidy

The salve of Leonard Cohen: into heavy rotation.

1. The day the music died

What did Sept. 11 do?

 

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R.I.P. OK—At least we've got Singles.

8. Hi and goodbye

More clubs left than began, but the news isn't all bad.

R.I.P. OK—At least we've got Singles.
One of Zone Seattle's sample contents.

A Day in the Zone

Eat healthy like the stars for just $40 a day.

One of Zone Seattle's sample contents.
Sayyah in the spotlight.

A Perfect Gem

Rhinestone Rosie does jewelry right.

Sayyah in the spotlight.

A Taxonomy of Barnacles

Alliteration and evolution run rampant in NYC-set debut novel.

A Way With Words

A Way With Words

Opening Kurt Cobain's heart-shaped Pandora's box.

A Way With Words

Address Book

A list of local spa experiences

Gauchos (from left) Paulo, Neto, and Alex: Don't worry, they're harmless.

Adventure Meats

Rise to the challenge of rodizio at Ipanema Brazilian Grill.

Gauchos (from left) Paulo, Neto, and Alex: Don't worry, they're harmless.
Almost famous

Almost famous

At EMP, photos freeze the moment before rock's three biggest legends lunged toward greatness.

Almost famous
Piecora's pizza gets at least one reader's vote for being the "New Yorkest."

And the Beet Goes On

Readers respond to our love letter to 'beetza.'

Piecora's pizza gets at least one reader's vote for being the "New Yorkest."
Anna Oxygen

Anna Oxygen

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

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What We Live: Donald Robinson, Larry Ochs, and Lisle Ellis (from left).

Anything Goes

Twenty years strong, the highly eclectic Seattle Festival of Improvised Music shows that improv isn't just for jazz fans anymore.

What We Live: Donald Robinson, Larry Ochs, and Lisle Ellis (from left).
Bianca (left) and Sierra Casady of CocoRosie.

Ark Angels

Reunited sisters CocoRosie open up their sound on their second album.

Bianca (left) and Sierra Casady of CocoRosie.
Emma Margraf (second from left) with members of her team— Amy Warner, 15-year-old Ambre, and Lacey Swain (from left).

Art aid

A local nonprofit upstart calls on rock and roll to help save the day.

Emma Margraf (second from left) with members of her team— Amy Warner, 15-year-old Ambre, and Lacey Swain (from left).