Forget Super Bowl XLIX, the real match-up is between musical legacies. Representatives from Seattle station KZOK and Boston’s WZLX argue which city has better music.
By Jordy Altman If you get Room Service to deliver pot to your hotel room, do you leave a cash tip? One resident of a Seattle, Wash. hotel was hoping to get the chance to […]
By Nadia Noir Imagine if you became famous and every person you kinda-sorta knew from growing up weighed in on your music and your life via national television? That’s what happens in this interview from […]
There are no indications if this new evidence is pointing towards any foul play involved in the singer’s untimely death, which has long been the source of conjecture and controversy among fans and true-crime enthusiasts alike.
By Nadia Noir The ’90s called. It wants everything back. Including the media’s recent obsession with 27-cluber, Kurt Cobain. The Nirvana frontman died tragically and was an artistic hero to many…but he also died in […]
When it comes to donations, most people tend to stick with old clothes, which is why one employee at a Seattle thrift shop was shocked when he looked inside a garbage bag someone left in […]
Two men are in custody for their alleged connection in the defacing of Seattle’s Jimi Hendrix statue on Capitol Hill. The vandalism comes on the 43rd anniversary of his death.
So if you are a government employee living in Seattle, be warned that the following sentence could get you in trouble: Thanks for the lunch invite fellow citizen, but I’m brown bagging it today. Maybe […]
Kurt Cobain of Nirvana died tragically 19 years ago (wow, we’re old) on April 5th, 1994, but his legacy still lives on. Each of his songs was inspired by an experience, a person, a book, […]
In their latest video for “Why Am I The One,” GRAMMY winners fun.explore the indignities of being a suitcase. Or perhaps, the indignities of going on tour. In a clever play on the lyric, “Why […]