in other blogs: bromance, block party, traveling man

robin pecknold, of fleet foxes, at the capitol hill block party.

  • Fleet Foxes, who drew an enormous crowd to their afternoon set at the Block Party including messes of kids in trees, inspire bromances in Portland. I’m not the only one in love with Carrie Brownstein’s NPR ‘blog, right? [monitormix]
  • Even “hipster bravers” showed up for FF, but they soon left for fancy food offsite. [chtriangle]
  • Lineout readers have chosen their favorite photo and it is Jaguar Love. [lineout]
  • They may not be the Sonics anymore (see what happens when you click, but they’re taking Squatch with them. [citizenrain]
  • Oh, and a reminder that we’re still on the lookout for a few new writers. [seattle.metblogs]

2 Comments so far

  1. Ryan (ryanhealy) on July 29th, 2008 @ 7:15 pm

    No, you’re not the only one in love with Carrie’s blog. She’s fantastic.

  2. Zee Grega (zeegrega) on July 30th, 2008 @ 11:53 am

    I hate Squatch. I hate him so much. I’m really ambivalent on the team leaving (as a taxpayer, I have about a zillion other priorities that are more important to me than "support a professional sports franchise"; as an enthusiastic sports fan, I *do* have *some* sympathy for the fans whose team is leaving them) but I’m thrilled to the core that scary Squatch is leaving. I hope the new Seattle SuperSonics (whom I sincerely hope are a privately-funded team) have a mascot who is not the stuff of nightmares.

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