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Market Man

Rock Star Gavin Rossdale talks shop at Pike Place

12/18/2008 By Steve Wiecking

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Dead Can Dance

Twenty-five years after the King of Pop released his masterpiece, a zombie mob is keeping the music video undead.

12/18/2008 By Matthew Halverson

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Biblio File

Now that you’re older and wiser, hitting the books is actually fun.

12/18/2008 By Ben Schock

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Good Wheel Ambassadors

The refugees, members of Burma’s long-suffering Karen minority, needed a way to get from their Tukwila apartments to work, school, and P-Patch.

12/18/2008

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Their Friends and Neighbors

New Century Theatre Company puts The Adding Machine to work

12/17/2008 By Steve Wiecking

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What Flies Beneath

Mountain biking goes sub-terrain-ian at the I-5 Colonnade.

12/15/2008

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All Dolled Up

When a young girl came home from school in tears, her mother launched an ethnic pride campaign.

12/13/2008 By Terri Chung

PASSING THROUGH

Wait, Wait… She’ll Tell You

Comedian Paula Poundstone knows the answers—but not the questions.

12/13/2008 By Steve Wiecking

Style Counsel

From Russia with Style

A conversation with arts patrons Yelena and Igor Klimenkoff.

12/13/2008 By Laura Cassidy

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Field of Screams

The coach Husky fans love to hate finally gets some competition.

12/13/2008 By Matthew Halverson

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Bad to the Bone?

Meet Simon. Lean in Closer. She won’t bite.

12/13/2008 By Megan Clark

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His and Hers

John Kelly makes his own kind of music, Joni Mitchell’s way.

12/09/2008 By Steve Wiecking

Slideshow

Slide Show: 50 Most Influential Musicians

Rock guitarists, jazz singers, folk pioneers, world-class cellists and more—these are the people who changed the sound of our lives.

12/09/2008

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50 Most Influential Musicians

Rock guitarists, jazz singers, folk pioneers, world-class cellists and more—these are the people who changed the sound of our lives.

12/09/2008 By Steve Wiecking, Bart Blasengame, Peter Blecha, Gillian Gaar, Hannah Levin, Michaelangelo Matos, Thomas May, Kurt B. Reighley, Riz Rollins, and John Ross

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American Idolatry

With his mile-wide smile, unreliable voice, and parade of hairdos, Sanjaya Malakar became a star—and a pop culture punch line—on American Idol. Now, with his sister Shyamali always at his side, he’s made a TV commercial and written a book, and waits for

12/09/2008 By Emily White

Article

What a Hoot!

How Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie caught the hootenanny spirit in Seattle.

12/08/2008 By Eric Scigliano

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Green and Blues Brother

Rocking out with Seattle’s singing Seahawk.

12/08/2008 By Jim Gullo

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The Sound of Windows

Microsoft’s tuneful team showers your yuletide with geek-love cheer.

12/08/2008 By Cherise Watts

Style Counsel

Body Electric

A conversation with political pop duo Team Gina.

12/08/2008 By Laura Cassidy

Article

In a Meinert Key

Rock promoter, hip-hop impresario, political powerhouse—activist and entrepreneur David Meinert has shaped Seattle’s music scene.

12/08/2008 By Michael Hood