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Lindsey Wasson, The Spectator

Golf Gone Wild: A Hole-in-One for Smash Putt

March 6, 2013

Smash Putt is not your average mini golf course. The seasonal golf course’s unusual holes, which feature scratch-and-sniff te...

New Production ‘Buries’ the American Dream

February 27, 2013

Viewers will likely experience lingering astonishment and bewilderment after viewing "Buried Child," the Seattle University theater...

New Production ‘Buries’ the American Dream

February 27, 2013

Viewers will likely experience lingering astonishment and bewilderment after viewing “Buried Child,” the Seattle University...

Karaoke is Something to Sing About

Ashley Roe, Author

February 13, 2013

On any night of the week, people can participate in or watch others sing their hearts out in karaoke-related establishments all across the world. Karaoke in the Pacific Northwest has set the music world abuzz. In January, The New York Times called Portland’s karaoke scene the next great musical revolution. The Times compared karaoke in the City...

Sasquatch 2013: The Lineup’s Biggest, Baddest and Hairiest Bands

Ashley Roe, Author

February 8, 2013

Mumford & Sons Band members Marcus Mumford, Ben Lovett, Winston Marshall and Ted Dwane came together to form Mumford & Sons in late 2007. The English rock/folk band uses bluegrass instruments like the banjo, upright bass, mandolin and piano to bring a little twang to their smooth sound. Their debut album “Sigh No More” was a huge succes...

County’s Homeless Tally Up 5% in 2012

Ashley Roe, Author

January 30, 2013

The shortened dreary days and crisp temperatures that come with the Seattle winter season are conditions thousands of people have to endure every day and night without shelter. The Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness (SKCCH), the oldest independent homeless advocacy organization in the country, sent over 800 volunteers out in the wee hours...

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The Rep Gets Dirty For ‘American Buffalo’

January 23, 2013

Robbery themes in films like “Reservoir Dogs” and “Ocean’s Eleven” have left audiences on the edge of their seats. In...

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Meet Red Robin’s Hip, Drunk Sibling

January 16, 2013

There’s a Red Robin on the Hill. Well, sort of. On Jan. 2, Sam’s Tavern—a bar inspired by Red Robin’s original restaurant...

Double Feature At Lee

Double Feature Opens At Lee Center

November 14, 2012

Two senior theatre majors took over the Lee Center for the Arts main stage last weekend, where their one-act plays of “The Actor’s...

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