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Spring City Arts Artwalk Awards

We’ve been so busy making neon, that we almost forgot to bask in the glory of victory! Last May we won a quarterly award hosted by City Arts Magazine, who recently featured us in an article titled “ 268 more words

City Arts Magazine June Issue

It’s near the end of June and we’ve nearly missed our chance to share that we’re in the June issue of City Arts Magazine, so be sure to pick up a copy. 660 more words

Not just a place in Poulsbo you’ve never visited: Lemolo at Capitol Hill Block Party

CHBP Set Time: 4:00 – 4:30PM Friday July 25th The Vera Stage

A lot of the time when I read band or artist bios it’s really awkward. 248 more words

Missing My 15 Minutes of Fame

Seattle’s City Arts online magazine recently sponsored a contest for Andy Warhol-inspired art in conjunction with the Tacoma Art Museum‘s current exhibition, “Flowers for Tacoma.”  I entered two pieces, each playing off the pop art image of Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s soup cans.  72 more words

Bits And Pieces

Featured Status in Print and Online at City Arts

This month, I’m proud to be showcased in print as a Featured Contributor at City Arts magazine. In addition to the print acknowledgement, CA has given me my own Authors page on the website. 25 more words


Seattle Hopes to Claim Jordan Cook (aka Reignwolf) as City Resident- and Will Even Lie About It

According to a recent article by Charles R. Cross in City Arts Magazine, Jordan Cook (aka Reignwolf), is a resident of Seattle.

But that’s not what Cook told me after his performance at City Arts Fest on Oct. 183 more words


Carl Warmenhoven Feature Publishing in City Arts Magazine

Seattle stand-up comic Carl Warmenhoven, mentor to literally dozens of local comedians at the Comedy Underground for two decades, is retiring, and he chatted with me at length about his life and career. 85 more words