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The latest from news outlets and blogs around the Northwest and beyond, chosen by Crosscut editors.

Scott Lawrimore leaving the Frye

Though he won't say where he's going (aside from the fact that it's local and he'll have more chance to flex both mental and physical muscle), the Frye's star curator told Jen Graves an opportunity came up that he couldn't refuse.  

THE STRANGER

A step for Sub Pop founders on Nordstrom Walk of Fame

Embedded bronze footprints for Bruce Pavitt and Jonathan Poneman coincide with Nirvana's induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

SEATTLE TIMES

Oh-so-close: Stranger's Jen Graves was finalist for Pulitzer in criticism

Here are nine pieces that made her one of just three finalists for the award.

Uncovering the mystery of the woman behind some of the greatest photographs

Seven years ago, a young Chicagoan stumbled upon an amazing set of negatives from a storage locker. By the time he realized what he had, the photographer, a woman with few friends, had died at age 83.

MACLEANS

Tiny, intricate castles etched onto single grains of sand

Science and beauty united when Brazilian artists Marcelo Coelho and Vik Muniz worked together to create these microscopic, breathtaking works of art.

WIRED

A "toast" to San Francisco, or not

Seattle continues to follow San Francisco in more ways than one. Most recently: $4 slices of toast.

STRANGER (SEATTLE)

Who to know at Coachella

Get all the underground facts of up and coming artists of the Coachella Music and Arts Festival 2014. Hint: more bands with weird names.

LOS ANGELES TIMES

This just in: men like knitting too

Chuck Wilmesher, director of product research/development for a yarn distributor in Kent, WA, wants everyone to know that knitting is not just a "woman's sport."

SEATTLE TIMES

Burning Man festival becomes a nonprofit

Festival goers shouldn't expect too many changes, but the festival can now raise money outside of ticket sales and will work together with the other 40 events that occur throughout the year worldwide. 

SEATTLEPI.COM

Research reveals people who cannot enjoy music

Scientists at the University of Barcelona have discovered that some otherwise healthy, happy people lack the ability to feel pleasure listening to music.

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