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Cellphones On Our Minds: UW's Henry Lai in The New York Times

A photo of Henry Lai taken in our Seattle mag studios by Hayley Young

In January, Seattle magazine contributor Naomi Ishisaka told the story of UW professor Henry Lai, a bionengineering scientist whose research has placed him at the center of a persistent global debate around the effect cellphones have on brain activity. Read more »


Weekly Must List: Nick Cave's Soundsuits at SAM, Seattle Dances! and Myrhvold's Modernist Cuisine

Blitz Capitol Hill Arts Walk
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Weekly Must List: Dahlia Workshop's Biscuit Bar, a NW Indie Fest with Damien Jurado and More

See Damien Jurado this Saturday at The Croc with Viva Voce and Loch Lomond

Must See
First Thursday art walk:
Joey Veltkamp
Thursday (3/3) -
Seattle artist and local art blogger Joey Veltkamp has a well-documented owl obsession (his last show featured more than 30 papier-mâché owls), but now he’s on to something new—ghosts. For this show, he’s fired more than 20 ceramic spooks, using paint and resin to give a glazing effect. If you haven’t yet encountered the endearing work of this rising star, it’s high time. Times vary. Free. SOIL Gallery, 112 Third Ave. S; 206.264.8061; Read more »

Video: From Farm to Fashion with Adrienne Antonson

Seattle mag videographers Alex Kummerow and Dylan Priest headed to Vashon Island last month to tour the alpaca farm that inspired artist and designer Adrienne Antonson’s exclusive new clothing line for Capitol Hill shop NuBe Green. If you're unfamiliar with Antonson's work, you'll know that she sources her line exclusively from items sourced from within 100 miles of Seattle. Read more »


DJ Digs: Behind the Scenes at Seattle's Online Radio Stations

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