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Meet Seattle Busker Finn Juhl

Seattle mag editorial assistant Patrick Hutchison and local musician Matt Badger, of Ravenna Woods, team up to explore Seattle's street music scene, recording the stories and songs that help compose our city’s soundtrack. The last in a five-part series:

*While you read, listen to this live performance of “Lena and the Lake”, by Finn Juhl.  Recording taken at the University District Farmer’s Market on October 1, 2011. Read more »


Rooting for Seattle's LeRoy Bell on 'X Factor'

In regard to Bond Huberman's earlier post cheering on Phillip Lomax, the young Seattle singer who's currently a competitor on Simon Cowell's The X Factor, I must respectfully respond: oh hell no. Read more »


The Must List: Pilobolus, Stevie Wonder and Really, Really Old Books

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Pilobolus
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Where Would We Be Without Steve Jobs?

At a gathering with friends last night, we exchanged regrets about the news of Steve Jobs' death.

Later (read: a few beers later), we fell into a debate over who was more influential in our lives: Steve Jobs or Albert Einstein?

The conversation never really settled on a sensible answer. Because it's not a sensible question.

Whatever, it was late. Read more »

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Trip Report: How Seattle Compares to NYC, Part 4

NYC's Empellon, in the West Village

Catch Up: Read Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3

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