Seattle

Coldplay's first U.S. Show was 16 years ago, today (Feb. 9)

Coldplay sells out stadiums across the United States these days, but on a Friday night at The Showbox in Seattle, the London band was just getting started. The band shared a photo to from their first ever show in the U.S during their Parachutes tour. ON THIS DAY in 2001, the band played their first...
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Stomping Grounds: Best places to go in Edmonds

Supported by Uber : Just about 15 miles north of downtown Seattle you can experience an "Edmonds Kind of Day." Why does the town uses that mantra? I don’t exactly know, but you may see quite a few of those bumper stickers around town. I moved to Edmonds in 2008 when I was looking to buy a home...
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The Seattle April Concert Preview

April is going to be a big month for PNW folk who like live music. There are a ton of big-name acts coming through Seattle this year, but April seems to be the month that everyone wants to pay the city a visit. Here are a few of the biggest shows you can catch in April. Radiohead - April 8, Key...
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This is the most expensive condo ever for sale in Seattle

It's official. Seattle Condos have finally transcended to the next level of expensive , leaving the "stupidly expensive" range and officially reaching the "Wait, people make that much money here?" category. What does $2,000 rent get you in 10 different Seattle neighborhoods? A Belltown penthouse in...
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Locals Only Playlist: February 5, 2017 with Sundries

Locals Only was a fun one this week with Seattle band Sundries in studio. Sundries will be releasing their new Do You Feel Safe EP on February 18th at The Sunset. They will be joined by The Hollers and Golden Idols. That is a great local show! We played all four of the new Sundries tracks on the...
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Stomping Grounds: The best spots in Cap Hill (part 2)

Supported by Uber : I trade off the cost of an apartment in the city with the cost of commuting. I live on Capitol Hill and try not to drive. Ever. Also, I’m very lazy. I’ve been living on Capitol Hill now for almost eight years. My life is basically a trek between my apartment, to the station at...
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Things you miss about Seattle once you move away

Seattle is a great city, no doubt, but you know what they say - You don't know what you got until it's gone. Sure there's the traffic and all the new developments, but our city is remarkable. The question is simple: Hey Seattle natives who don’t live here anymore, what did you miss the most about...
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Dude York

BIO Dude York’s Sincerely opens with a blast—the massive opening chords of “Black Jack,” a squealing track that blends the swagger of glam with the heavy riffing and ringing hooks of arena rock. The Seattle-based trio—Peter Richards on guitar and vocals, Claire England on bass and vocals, and...
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New additions to Pike Place Market will open this summer

In June, we'll finally be able to see what all the construction mess at Pike Place Market has been creating over the last couple years. $74 million later, the MarketFront expansion brings in "30,000 square feet of open public space encompassing a public plaza and viewing deck" and will have its...
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Kings of Leon announce show at The Gorge in August

Kings of Leon are coming back to the PNW with their announced North American Tour which kicks off at the end of April. In their final show of the tour, Kings of Leon are hitting the Gorge with Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats on August 26. If you were at Sasquatch! 2009 to see their set,...
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