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Spring skiing at Crystal (with beer), a promising new voice in literature, an Earth Day run, a legendary electronic artist and more

I intentionally sped through gritty Aberdeen, hometown of the late Kurt Cobain, and back to the same shore, only farther south, past a church whose marquee read, “Clamming boots welcome at worship.” (Perhaps that’s what Cobain meant when he sang, "Come as you are.")

Matthew Amster-Burton’s new novel, 'Our Secret Better Lives,' returns readers to the grunge era, focusing on Northwest kids stuck in Los Angeles while the whole world is going crazy over Pearl Jam

The University of Washington Press is making a big noise in publishing circles, and its growing reputation screams from a collection of eye-catching tomes sprawled across a table: 'The Tao of Raven,' 'The City Is More Than Human,' 'Black Women in Sequence'