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The Homosexual Agenda Milk at the Club, Milk on the Water, Geeks Gaily Gaming by Adrian Ryan FRIDAY 8/29 A VERY DAIRY DICKSLAP Since I understand completely how distressed and disappointed you were last week when Adore Delano was FORCED by the fickle fingers of fate to flake o
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Poster of the Week Poster by Mike Klay by Aaron Huffman In case you aren't aware, the fact that Slint are playing in Seattle is a pretty huge deal. Mike Klay has done this occasion justice with this impressive 25-by-9.5-inch two-color screen print (with metallic silver, no
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Up & Coming Lose Your Bedoodled Binder Every Night This Week! [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
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Data Breaker Ssleaze's S&M Synth Punk, Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks, Lust Strength by Dave Segal THURSDAY 8/28 SSLEAZE'S S&M SYNTH PUNK WHIPS YOU INTO A FRENZY Los Angeles trio Ssleaze push a strident strain of synth punk, aggro vocals and all. They seem to play
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Tonight in Music: The English Beat and Radius Etc. THE ENGLISH BEAT'S BRITISH NOSTALG-SKA(Triple Door) The one reason to attend the English Beat’s show tonight is to see David Wakeling, the lead vocalist and only remaining original member of the band, which formed back in the late 1970s. The English
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The Real Motor City Madman: Documentary Profiles Detroit Punk Legend John Brannon Some of the most ferocious and vital punk came out of Detroit in the early '80s. This mini-documentary about infernal hardcore vocalist John Brannon (Static, Negative Approach, Laughing Hyenas, Easy Action) is the first in the Detroit Punks television ser
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Mudede Talks About Books on KUOW It happens at 12:45 pm today. I'm covering for Nancy Pearl. The books I picked address my leading concerns: the city, life/bios, and critical theory...CM [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
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A Look at a Controversial Lifelong Seattle Artist Curtis R. Barnes tries to make nice, peaceful, nonpolitical art, but something always happens to make it intense, tough, turbulent. Barnes has been making art in Seattle since he was 3 years old, and he’s about to be 71. It’s fitting that the
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‘Curtis R. Barnes: The Unicorn Incorporated’ A look at a controversial lifelong Seattle artist by Jen Graves Curtis R. Barnes tries to make nice, peaceful, nonpolitical art, but something always happens to make it intense, tough, turbulent. Barnes has been making art in Seattle since he was 3 years
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The Number of Times the British Police Fired Their Weapons in 2012: Three The Economist:THE shooting of Michael Brown, an 18-year-old African-American, by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, is a reminder that civilians—innocent or guilty—are far more likely to be shot by police in America than in any other rich
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