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Reviewing the Tacos at Taco Crawl Seattle

When I saw the Taco Crawl Seattle event page on Facebook, I don’t think I’ve ever hit “interested” so quickly. The event advertised nearly 30 participating taco-selling restaurants throughout the city, and that there was no ticket or fee required to eat your way through the crawl. CECI ESTELA • THE SPECTATOR Naturally, the Facebook […]

Upstream Music Festival Looks to Promote Local Talent

On May 11-13, Upstream will conduct its inaugural festival, bringing together acts from all over the Pacific Northwest to showcase their talents. In a phone interview, Executive Producer Jeff Vetting shed some light on what to expect for attendees. What is Upstream Music Festival? JV: Upstream Music Festival and Summit is a three-day music festival […]

Features

Sports

Softball Stakes Its Claim in the WAC

As part of their final road series of the season, the Redhawks’ softball team took on the University of Missouri, Kansas City in Western Athletic Conference (WAC) play. Going into their doubleheader on Friday, both teams had a 4-5 record, meaning that the outcome would inevitably have an effect on their standings. MANDY RUSCH • […]

What’s Going on in the MLB

Although the baseball season is just a few weeks old, some things are coming into shape already. Whether these are just trends or truths that will hold true for the next 140 games, we don’t know, but they are worth taking a look at to help understand the shape of the MLB landscape. MANDY RUSCH […]

Opinion

Free the Nipple This Summer

For years we have fought this battle. With the emergence of the sun and change of season, I call on the women of Seattle to join me on the frontlines against our greatest nemesis: boob sweat. For those who don’t understand, let me describe it with imagery. It’s like a continuous stream similar to that […]

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