March 18th, 2004

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Im not a seattleite, but i play one on tv...

other than glazers, and camera west, and kenmore cameras, are there any other good photography retailers in seattle?

specifically im looking for the canon 50mm f/1.8 lens for 79$. i could order it online, but dont wanna play the waiting game.

Poetry Readings in Seattle

I hope I'm not posting this in the wrong community, but I was wondering if anyone could tell me where I can get information about poetry readings in the area. I've got some things I'd like to read in front of an audience, but I've never done anything like this before. Any advice would be appreciated.
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Oseao
Gallery of the Senses
1402 E Pike St.


Located above the American Artificial Limb Co., Oseao is one of the few clubs you’ll find sweaty people wandering out of at six in the morning. With a laid-back house party atmosphere, Oseao hosts a wide variety of events, from jungle parties to throat singing concerts. Open Tuesday through Saturday from 6-10pm, the club doubles as an art gallery with a scratch station featuring local hip hop, dub, reggae, and house music. Right now the featured monthly is the Booyaka party every fourth Saturday where you can find DJ Daybreak and DJ B-Girl on the tables fusing hip hop, jungle, and dub. When you need to catch your breath, kick back and watch some of the sickest poppers and breakers in the city or sit and let the trippy artwork hypnotize you. Oseao knows how to keep the party going all night, often hosting after parties for clubs like Chop Suey. Most nights there’s a suggested donation or 10 dollar entry fee, pretty cheap when you consider seeing some of the same DJs at other clubs for double the money and half the set time. If dancing isn’t your thing, stop by for a poetry reading or record swap. The underground vibe gives this club its character; expect to see a mixed crowd of b-boys, hippies, and even indie kids with bad hair. At Oseao its all about the love so give your senses a kick in the ass and check it out.
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Ok, this is sort of a random question to most of you, but...

I'm looking for a brick-and-mortar Seattle store that sells packages of synthetic hair (yaky, silky, toyokalon, kanekalon, etc etc.) I hate having to wait for the turn around of online shops :P Any suggestions?
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