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OK Computer, a machine gun made of car parts, and other thoughts on art and cities

Cities are incubators of art, and art influences cities. In the best cases, they are one and the same. This isn’t exactly news, but it’s an interesting lens for experiencing art. How does an urban space influence a creation? And … Continue reading

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Want safe streets in Rainier Valley? Get to this meeting tonight

There have been more than 60 collisions on Rainier Ave since May 20, when a group of neighbors held an afternoon of protests calling for a safer Rainier Valley for everyone. So far this year, the street is keeping its … Continue reading

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Seattle Met names me a 2014 ‘Game Changer’

My mother wants me to send her “at least three copies” of the January 2015 issue of Seattle Met. That’s because the magazine and its political news arm Publicola named me one of 15 “game changers who will spend 2015 … Continue reading

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Jaywork: Ever had a bike stolen? You’re not alone. Here’s what probably happened to it

Casey Jaywork has a great story in the most recent Seattle Met focusing on the apparently growing scourge of bike theft in Seattle. He talks to police, he talks to a bike theft tracking expert, he talks to a bike … Continue reading

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Seattle Met: 20/20 Cycle got its start with 2 credit cards, a record player and a pot of tea

Since Velo moved from 11th and Pine to the Denny Triangle, 20/20 Cycle has been one of the only bike shops in a sea of bike-friendly neighborhoods in the Central District and Capitol Hill. Located at 21st and Union, the … Continue reading

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Seattle Met: City attorneys successfully argue that biking is not ‘ordinary’ on Westlake Ave

The most recent issue of Seattle Met has a whole lot of bike stuff. But the centerpiece of their coverage is a feature on bike lawyer Bob Anderton’s lawsuit on behalf of a handful of people who crashed and were … Continue reading

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