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Battle of the Tech Bands: Boston vs. Seattle (in Boston)

Posted January 13th, 2010 by genestout

If you’re planning to be in Boston in early February, mark you calendar for Xconomy’s Battle of the Tech Bands 3: Seattle vs. Boston. For the last two years, bands from innovative New England companies have been battling for supremacy. But now the competition is going cross-country. (Read my review of last year’s battle of […]

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Be a rock star at Seattle’s first Hard Rock Cafe

Posted January 7th, 2010 by genestout

The Hard Rock Cafe is looking for a few good rock stars. Make that bussers, servers, bartenders, etc. When have you last heard the phrase “Now Hiring”? In advance of opening its first Seattle location, the Florida-based chain is holding a job fair from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Jan. 11-16 at the 415 Westlake […]

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“Lombardi’s Live” offers an intimate showcase for local jazz

Posted November 7th, 2009 by genestout

I recently dropped by Lombardi’s Italian restaurant, where jazz artists from Seattle’s Pony Boy Records have been serenading diners with modern and retro jazz since early October in a series dubbed “Lombardi’s Live.” The music series at the popular Ballard restaurant at 2200 N.W. Market St. began a month after Pony Boy’s sixth annual jazz […]

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The Copper Gate salutes Ballard’s scandal-navian past

Posted October 31st, 2009 by genestout

The Copper Gate, Ballard’s only remaining Scandanavian-style restaurant and lounge, now has a semi-secret performance space that puts the va-va-voom in Viking. The new Blushing Pearl, an intimate back room with red-velvet curtains, was inspired by the former tavern’s titillating past. Opened in 1946, the Copper Gate was owned and operated by a red-headed burlesque […]

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