Seattle

31 Stories High!

We Rappelled Down a 40 Story Building and Lived!

When Seattle Humane approached me about going “over the edge” for a fun fundraiser, I agreed because they’re rad and some thrilling fun sounded cool. I’m not sure how I blocked out in my brain that I would be voluntarily dropping off the perfectly safe, stable, and gravity capable 40-story...
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Minus the Bear are Breaking Up

Minus the Bear are calling a close to an almost two-decade career of creativity, touring, and musical expression born in the heart of Seattle. We are sad to write this. They'll head on the road one final time for a fall tour before it all appropriately comes to a wrap on December 14th, 2018, here...
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New Music Discovery: Twenty One Pilots, Dreamers, Metric and more!

Supported by StickerYou.com At least once a week Manley and I have a mini music meeting in our office. We blast the new, new and we're either jamming out or yelling "Next!" Hey, being a music nerd can be brutal, but someone has to do it. We rounded up some jams that we think you should be listening...
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Traffic In Seattle This Weekend Will Be a Disaster

Revive I-5 is back and it spells certain doom for your weekend commuting! Northbound I-5 is going to be completely closed between the West Seattle Bridge and the Olive Way exit. Cancel everything! There's no way around conducting maintenance and repairs on the roads we use, but when it's the...
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The Mystery Pop Machine Is Missing!

It's like a scene out of a dystopian Japanese alter-reality, the lone standing, filthy, graffiti-covered pop machine on Seattle's Capitol Hill. No one knows who owns or maintains it. What we do know... It's missing. The mystery soda machine in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood has vanished. https...
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You Can Help Seattle And See Pearl Jam!

Can you believe we are already less than 6 weeks away from seeing Pearl Jam at Safeco Field? Crazy, right? Still looking for a way to get tickets? Well how about this- Donate $20 to the Home Show Fund and YOU could win your way in to the show, and we can pretend to know the words to Yellow...
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Seattle Bans Plastic Straws and Utensils

As of July 1st, restaurants in Seattle will no longer be able to give you plastic straws or utensils as a ban on plastic cutlery takes effect. First passed back in 2010 but rolled back repeatedly until now, the idea is to keep the oceans from dying. LIST: 5 of the best Day Hikes Near Seattle hold...
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Pregame for Summer Camp with Smokey Brights this month!

Supported by Rainier Beer Back in January, Seattle band Smokey Brights released their Come To Terms EP. The EP was great, but the release show was incredible. After the show I really thought to myself, (and said to anyone who would listen) "this is the best band in Seattle." Now I know it's not a...
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Foo Day Friday: Wheels vs. Good Grief

Good Grief
75% (9 votes)
Wheels
25% (3 votes)
Total votes: 12
Hi. My name is Alyssa and I have an addiction to the Foo Fighters (and Dave Grohl <3) and I mean..could you blame me? They're one of the best bands in rock and I somehow tricked my boss into letting us dive into the Foo's stellar catalog every Friday at 1pm as a way to get pumped for the weekend...
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LISTEN TO THIS: Cumulus returns with single "Retreat"

Supported by Rainier Beer: It has been a little while since we got new music from local band Cumulus . The wait is over and it was so worth it. Over the last year or so I have noticed that Cumulus frontwoman Alexandra Niedzialkowski has been popping up on more bills around town either as the band...
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