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Music Monday: Eyes Open

0 - Published November 18, 2013 by in The Life

Sol (Sol Moravia-Rosenberg) is a hip-hop artist based out of Seattle, Washington. His understated lyrics, exuberant performances, and diverse instrumentation have solidified him among the leaders of the northwest music scene. Last year, he released his first independent album, Yours Truly, which quickly rose to #1 on the iTunes US Hip-Hop Chart. Sol then decided to leave the United States on a ten month globe-trotting hiatus as part of the Bonderman Honors Travel Fellowship he was awarded at the University of Washington. Ten months and ten countries later, Sol returned to the United States, evolved and inspired. Now equipped with a world of perspective, Sol is ready to share his newest project, Eyes Open. If you haven’t caught wind of Sol’s music, you’re in for a treat.

Music Monday: Tacos on Broadway

0 - Published October 21, 2013 by in The Life

This week’s Music Monday brings us yet another gem from the Pacific Northwest. Seattle lyricists Tiglo and Cole better known as Brothers From Another or BFA for short are a young duo hailing from Seattle. The Seattle Hip-Hop scene is quite impressive and BFA brings an “easy going flavor of the mid 90′s while maintaining a new school attitude in their lyrics.” The two have managed to put out 6 EP’s to date and only have a bright future ahead of them.

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LXM PRO 206: Seattle, Washington

6 - Published August 8, 2012 by in LXM PRO, Pro Lacrosse

David Ogle took in a full day of lacrosse in Seattle, Washington when the LXM PRO Tour came to town. The LXM 206 was a sunny, wonderful professional lacrosse game it seems, and Seatle’s first pro field game ever!

Tyler Lucas Memorial Scrimmage Lacrosse

Tyler Lucas Memorial Scrimmage

2 - Published February 9, 2011 by in High School

Barbarosa is back with a quick follow up to the sad news of Tyler Lucas’ recent passing. The Seattle lacrosse community is really pulling together around this tragic event, and it is nothing short of inspiring.