Corey has written for The Stranger, Real Change News and over a hundred different websites as a blogger, marketer, retail copy writer and SEO. 
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Astronautalis

Charles Andrew Bothwell was born and raised in Jacksonville, FL to a hardscrabble Texas railroad-man dad and Kentucky photographer mom. These days, he’s best known as Astronautalis: Dungeons & Dragons player, tattoo artist, history scholar,...
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Macklemore releases first song,”Wings,” off his upcoming album

Up on Bengal Yucky, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis just put up a post linking to the first song to be taken from their upcoming album. Entitled "Wings," previously the song had been titled, "Nikes," which Macklemore performed on last year's Song Show...
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Music Video for Macklemore’s “My Oh My” Released

Last month, I threw up a static video of Macklemore's tribute to Dave Niehaus, "My Oh My," and yesterday the official video was released. I predicted the video would like the way it does - baseball memorabilia, shots of Seattle, Mariner's archive...
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Edward Curtis: Ten of Forty Thousand

This month, Jonathan Shipley toured Flury & Company ("In Store: Two Worlds Collide"), a gallery in Pioneer Square that houses thousands of photos of Native Americans shot by Edward Curtis starting in 1895. Flury & Company was kind enough to share a...
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619 Western Will (Most Likely) Be Demolished

Last month, I reported about the possible fates of 619 Western, the historic Pioneer Square building that is currently home to over hundred artists. To recap - last month the Washington State Department of Transportation decided that the building...
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What I’m Listening To: Goldfinch

In this month's City Arts Tacoma, Heather Olson spoke with Goldfinch about their anticipated follow-up to their self-titled debut in 2009. "We're choosing to make our lives more complicated to make art we're proud of," singer Aaron Stevens said in...
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Nick Cave’s SoundSuits Are Coming. Eventually.

While interviewing Derrick Cartwright, Director at the Seattle Art Museum, for this month's Power List (he's #9), he mysteriously alluded to SAM's upcoming exhibition of Nick Cave's SoundSuits. Based out of Chicago, Cave's suits use materials like...
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4 Illuminating Things from the Weekend

1. I had probably the most undramatic New Year's ever - asleep by 11:30. 2. Even though it was released over five years ago, Mr. Plinkett's profane, surprisingly in-depth review of Star Wars Episode III has really helped me appreciate the...
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Macklemore’s “My Oh My”

Making the rounds around the Web this week is Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' new song "My Oh My," a tribute to Dave Niehaus, the voice of the Mariners, who was with the team since their first season back in 1977 until he passed away last month. Though it...
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4 Illuminating Things from the Weekend

E-readers have evolved since this model. My stock photography has not. 1. I now have a Nook and have suddenly developed strong opinions related to e-readers. 2. It occurred to me, that if you help Santa save Christmas one year, the following years...
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What I’m Listening To: Fleet Foxes

Yesterday, one of my coworkers reminded me of the song "White Winter Hymnal." Though a few years old at this point, it's still such a perfectly mellow song for this time of year, and fitting for some of the long trips many of us are about to undergo....
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619 Western May Be No More

619 Western, the historic structure located in Pioneer Square, well-known for the over 100 artists who currently inhabit the building as a workspace or gallery, is set to be to evacuated over the next fifteen months, due to structural concerns related...