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Giveaway: Tickets to see Juicy J this Friday at Showbox at the Market in Seattle

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Features, Music

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Hip hop fans, Three 6 Mafia's award-winning Juicy J is on his way to Seattle's historic Showbox at the Market. If you're a fan of his hybrid music style, then you'll wanna be there this Friday, May 31st, to see him perform live in concert, and we are holding another concert ticket giveaway to get you there.

Lucky for you, our friends at Monster and AEG Live wanna get you in the building, and we have tickets to give away to get you there. How do you enter? Simply use the widget below! We've got a lot of ways for you to enter, but don't check off any that you don't actually perform. If you do, you'll be eliminated. Also, note that one of the options grants you ten entries. Might wanna give that one a look:

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Giveaway: Tickets to see Ozomatli this Sunday at Showbox at the Market in Seattle

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Features, Music

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Brewing a vital concoction of Latin salsa, urban hip-hop, and jazz-funk, Ozomatli is on their way to Seattle's historic Showbox. If you're a fan of their hybrid music style, then you'll wanna be at Showbox at the Market on Sunday, May 26th to see Ozomatli live in concert, and we are holding another concert ticket giveaway to get you there.

Lucky for you, our friends at Monster and AEG Live wanna get you in the building, and we have tickets to give away to get you there. How do you enter? Simply use the widget below! We've got a lot of ways for you to enter, but don't check off any that you don't actually perform. If you do, you'll be eliminated. Also, note that one of the options grants you ten entries. Might wanna give that one a look:

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Giveaway: Tickets to see Fabolous tonight at Showbox Market in Seattle!

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Features, Music

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If you're in Seattle and you're a fan of hip hop, then you'll wanna be at Showbox Market tomorrow night to see Fabolous and Pusha T live in concert, and we are holding another concert ticket giveaway to get you there.

That's right, our friends at Monster and AEG Live wanna get you in the building, and we have tickets to give away to get you there. How do you enter? Simply use the widget below! We've got a lot of ways for you to enter, but don't check off any that you don't actually perform. If you do, you'll be eliminated. Also, note that one of the options grants you ten entries. Might wanna give that one a look:

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Giveaway: Tickets to see Blackstreet tomorrow at Showbox Sodo in Seattle!

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Features, Music

Blackstreet was one of the hottest R&B acts in the late 90s and early 2000s, highlighted by their smash hit album, Another Level. Everyone knew the song No Diggity by heart. If you're in Seattle and wanting to take a trip back (way back...back into time...) then you'll wanna be at Showbox Sodo tomorrow night to see Teddy Riley & Blackstreet live in concert.

Lucky for you, our friends at Monster and AEG Live wanna get you in the building, and we have tickets to give away to get you there. How do you enter? Simply use the widget below! We've got a lot of ways for you to enter, but don't check off any that you don't actually perform. If you do, you'll be eliminated. Also, note that one of the options grants you ten entries. Might wanna give that one a look:

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Good luck!


$2.1 million in Wii U consoles stolen in Seattle heist

Posted by Jason Diaz Categories: Corporate News, Culture, Nintendo, Wii U

Nintendo Wii Heist

Tis the season for stealing! No, what? 7,000 Nintendo Wii U consoles were nabbed from a SeaTac Seattle Air Cargo warehouse on Saturday night. Get this--the getaway vehicles were two semi trailers. The burglars managed to use forklifts to steal the pallets of the gaming consoles. It is speculated that it was an inside job. Police authorities are on the lookout for two semi trailers with the branding logo of McKinney. However, more likely than not, these will end up on internet sites such and Craigslist and eBay. Considering that each unit costs $300, it's not crazy to say that the thieves walked away with roughly 2.1 million dollars. Like they say, it's the most wonderful time of the year!

Read More | ABC News

AT&T expands 4G LTE coverage in Seattle, launches in Tacoma

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After launching its new 4G LTE service in Seattle days before the iPhone 5 launchAT&T is now launching its faster data service in Tacoma, Washington, as well as Federal Way, Lakewood, Puyallup, and Auburn. Additionally, LTE expansion upgrades are now live in Seattle, Bothell, Bellevue, Kirkland, Edmonds, Lynnwood, Renton, Redmond, Tukwila, and Woodinville. AT&T plans to officially announce the enhancements tomorrow. Of course, you'll need an LTE-compatable AT&T device to take advantage of the faster speeds.


SideCar is donating all proceeds earned this weekend to Hurricane Sandy relief

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Internet, Transportation

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Yesterday we told you about SideCar, the community-powered ride-sharing service that's available in both San Francisco and Seattle. Today, the company sent out an update to its userbase announcing that all proceeds earned this weekend (November 9-11) will be donated to the American Red Cross to help with Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. If you're a driver, you'll still get to keep your 80% portion of the fare, so it's SideCar’s 20% split that goes toward charity. So if you're in Seattle or San Francisco and need a ride this weekend, keep SideCar in mind!

If you don't have an account, just download the SideCar app for iOS or Android, and enter promo code ANDRU1  for a free $10 credit!


SideCar community-powered ride-sharing comes to Seattle

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Transportation

Sidecar ride sharing

SideCar, the popular ride-sharing service out of San Francisco, has made it's way up the West Coast and has launched here in Seattle. Curious about what a ride-sharing service even is? Well, the easiest way we can explain it is to have you imagine a taxi service. Now, instead of a professional taxi driver in a cab picking you up, it's someone who's been vetted by SideCar, driving their own vehicle.

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AT&T launches LTE in Seattle, Portland right before iPhone 5 launch

AT&T LTE Seattle Portland

If there's one feature to sway AT&T iPhone customers over to Verizon, it's the fact that Big Red has launched LTE in a ton of markets while AT&T plays catch-up. Tonight, AT&T closed the gap a bit with the launch of its LTE network in both Seattle and Portland, two major metropolitan areas that may have otherwise seen a hefty exodus when the iPhone 5 launches this Friday. Being that Gear Live is based here in the Seattle area, we started getting reports from a bunch of readers that their Lumia 900 devices were all of a sudden showing LTE connectivity. Sure enough, we confirmed it with our own unit, and AT&T followed up with a press release letting everyone know that LTE was now live in both Seattle and Portland areas. Readers are seeing speeds as high as 22Mbps down and 12Mbps up.

We've reached out to AT&T for information on just how large the LTE deployment is in these two metropolitan areas, as Verizon definitely has the entire greater region in each area covered in LTE.

Read More | The Verge

Pirq 1.5: Refreshed UI, more new features coming soon

Pirq 1.5

We were able to get a look at the new Pirq app update, which is focused on bringing beauty to the free restaurant discount app. In addition to making the app look a bit more slick, Pirq also worked on bringing restaurant information directly into the app itself in a Yelp-like fashion, and finally, the company wanted to make it even easier to go through the process of finding a restaurant to eat at, to redeeming the free deal (no pre-printed coupons or pre-payments are needed, unlike apps like Groupon or LivingSocial.)

The tour of the app begins with the magazine philosophy. In order to get users to tap on a restaurant deal, a magazine approach is used. Big, polished, glossy images of delicious food, all from the restaurants. The app even pulls in featured menu items that are popular at the different restaurants. Read on for all the details.


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