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Sculpture in the Landscape: Julie Speidel at the Bloedel Reserve

Speidel's vibrant Glacier sculptures bring a new element to the landscape of Bloedel Reserve
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Sundance Cinemas Moves in to the University District

The building that once housed the Metro 10 theater in the U District now contains what is probably one of the city's swankiest movie houses. Completely gutted and overhauled with locally sourced, upcycled, and top-of-the-line materials, the theater...
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Sasquatch Festival Recap, Diptych Edition

Come and gone is yet another year of the Sasquatch! Music Festival at the Gorge. This year brought a little more rain than last and a few more animal costumes. Jeff Kirby covered each day of the festival in detail here: Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4....
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Ezra Dickinson Takes to the Streets with an Emotional Tribute to His Mother

I'm no expert on dance, but I love to photograph it. Sometimes it's over my head, and other times it's incredibly moving - as was the case earlier this week with Ezra Dickinson's latest solo work, Mother for You I Made This. The perfectly timed piece...
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Monsoon Season across the Country

Julia's was packed Monday night with friends and fans of Seattle's very own Jinkx Monsoon, who, in case you haven't heard, just won Season 5 of RuPaul's Drag Race. The audience was treated to a viewing of Jinkx's audition tape for the show and a few...
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One in a Million: Olson Kundig’s Storefront

The great thing about Olson Kundig Architect's monthly storefront installation in Pioneer Square is that it's never boring. For one, it's hard to go wrong with an art installation when architects are involved. One in a Million is the latest...
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Block Party Launches at Neumos with Pickwick and Radiation City

This year's Capitol Hill Block Party looks to be a good one. The Flaming Lips are on board this time around, headlining the festival. Other acts, including STRFKR, Frightened Rabbit, and Girl Talk will be sure crowd pleasers. What really seems to...
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Smash Putt: Speakeasy Golf in SODO

Smash Putt comes around once a year and when it does, you'd better jump on tickets, because they go fast. This year, 15 holes of fun await in a nondescript warehouse space in SODO. From power tools to high-powered pneumatic guns to scratch-and-sniff...
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Black Lodge Hosts a Night of Magma Fest 2013

Hollow Earth Radio once again brings the Magma Festival to Seattle for the month of March. Last weekend, the Black Lodge hosted a night of good, fun rock 'n' roll from the likes of Dude York, La Luz, Weird Bug and Detective Agency. Catch Magma Fest...
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Lions Roam These Streets: Lunar New Year 2013

Feb. 9 marked the Lunar New Year—the year of the snake. A portion of King Street in the International District was shutdown to make way for dance performances, musical acts and martial arts demonstrations. Neighborhood restaurants offered $2 samples...
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2013 Sasquatch! Launch Party at the Neptune

Ticket prices for Sasquatch! may be a little higher this year, but selling every available ticket probably won't be an issue for the festival. With a lineup that includes Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, the Lumineers, and Mumford and Sons, it's hard to...
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Lights Onn: Onn/Of Festival Takes Over a Capitol Hill Warehouse

Last year, Onn/Of: A Light Festival debuted in a Ballard warehouse, where about 1,000 people attended over the course of the weekend. This time around, in a warehouse where eyes once lit up with the prospect of a shiny new BMW, Onn/Of brightened the...