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    Decades old, never seen photos from Seattle’s go-to rock photographer

    Darrell Westmoreland has been shooting bands around Puget Sound since 1971. His debut book "Snap Click Flash" is a black and white collection of his favorite shots from his time as a rock photographer.
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    Shower Thoughts: I never imagined Sears would go bankrupt

    In this week's edition of Ron Upshaw's Shower Thoughts, Ron mulls the Seahawks' trip to London, the inescapable onset of cold weather, and the downfall of one of the nation's most prominent department stores.
  • Sidney Walton

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  • Google Plus

    Ron Upshaw: Google played fast and loose with our information again

    Whether or not you signed up for it, you probably have Google Plus account, and following yet another hack, it's time we start holding companies like Google accountable.
  • package thieves

    Seattle’s ‘porch pirates’ more brazen than ever

    A Seattle woman captured video of a thief stealing a package from her porch, and is fighting back by spreading the word on social media and with flyers.
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  • Doug Baldwin

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    Judge David Larson has written a letter to Doug Baldwin and is even inviting him to join him on the bench for a day.
  • beyonce seattle

    Ron Upshaw: The Jay-Z and Beyoncé Seattle concert left me wanting

    Beyoncé and Jay Z are no doubt the current it couple in popular culture. I enjoyed their show, but found it overwrought and lacking momentum.
  • blind cafe

    Eat in the dark with strangers at The Blind Cafe in Seattle this weekend

    The Blind Cafe is a popup restaurant that travels the country and offers diners the experience of eating in pitch blackness. There are a couple blind ambassadors there for a Q&A and live music.
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    Why you shouldn’t get too excited about flying cars just yet

    A lot of folks are excited to hear that self-flying cars are just a few years away. But let's pause for a minute. Do we really want what we are wishing for?
  • passive aggressive seattle

    Shout-out to my neighbor who is even more passive-aggressive than me

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  • Paul Allen teaching us to get busy living

    Paul Allen was optimistic that his doctors could help him get a good result again with his cancer. I hope so. I'm thankful that he reminds us all to get busy living.
  • s'more

    The history of America’s favorite campfire snack, the s’more

    Learn the history of the s'more, and the origin stories of all three of its components: Graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallows.
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