Ava Cole is a Seattle transplant from Austin who enjoys writing, playing music and making tacos. A graduate of Seattle University, she is continuing her education at Discoverypoint School of Massage with hopes of expanding into CranioSacral work. She lives in a teal and peach apartment with her cats Tabatha and Alphabet.

Recent Articles

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Ride the Wave

La Luz fills a need you never knew you had. Shana Cleveland turns around and flips her guitar over her back, wailing on the frets from behind before spinning back around casually, as if the moment never happened. Her band La Luz is performing at the...
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The Workhorse: Hollis Wong-Wear

Age 25 Neighborhood Capitol Hill Hometown Petaluma, Calif. Last book read Safe As Houses by Marie-Helene Bertino Go-to karaoke song “Kiss From A Rose” by Seal Personal hero My mama Favorite place in Seattle The Station Café, Beacon...
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LxWxH Gets Conventional

In March 2011, Seattle artist and curator Sharon Arnold started putting art in boxes. Literal boxes: Believing that art should be affordable and accessible, Arnold launched LxWxH, an art-by-mail series that sent subscribers boxes containing featured...
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The Satori Group Gets a New Home

When theatre company the Satori Group opened the doors to its new space on a Wednesday evening in late November, it left a lot to the imagination. The floors had dried only hours before and blue painter’s tape still hung on the walls. Aside from a...
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Taking Strides with Wishbeard

Wishbeard has made large strides this year. The Capitol Hill-based power-jam quartet played its first show a mere six months ago in a friend's crowded basement and recently shared the Neumos stage with dark electropop outfit Austra. Not bad for a band...
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Grrrl Army Makes Its Mark

As the summer came to a close, a very public (and very visual) battle was being waged on a corner on Capitol Hill. One day, the long-loved public walls of the Sunset Electric building at 11th Avenue and Pine Street—long used by both artists and...
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Behind ‘People,’ the Numbs’ Debut Release

The Numbs is the solo project of Jeff Johnson, formerly of beloved Seattle experimental noise duo U. While many musicians use pedals to manipulate the sounds coming out of their instruments, Johnson uses the pedals as his primary instrument to create...