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Liz was on Seattle's Worst Podcast.

Liz talked about some politics and whether she should take her mom to a pot shop on Seattle’s Worst Podcast

The fellas at Seattle’s Worst Podcast recently invited me to their garage to be a part of their latest episode!!! If the episode title doesn’t give it away, we had an absurdly fun chat. We talked about real estate, Seattle stuff, aaaanndddd a possible activity to try out when my mom visits Seattle this week. […]

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Liz was a guest on Seattle's Worst Podcast / Aug 2018.

I told some of my embarrassing funny stories to the fellas at Seattle’s Worst Podcast

If you’re longtime TIG reader, you’re probably aware that I love podcasts (Roderick on the Line, Criminal, By the Book, How to Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black, and so many more!). The only thing I love more than listening to podcasts, is podcasting myself. Remember the various Three Imaginary Girls podcast series from 2005-2008? […]

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Bumbershoot 2012 picks: A few more things you shouldn’t miss

Flatstock at the Armory 11am-8pm, all three days I say this EVERY year, but you absolutely have to take some time out of your music-watchin’ day to browse the aisles at Flatstock and see tons of amazing poster art. Seriously. Go. I’m not kidding. Record Store Visual Arts Exhibits at the Seattle Center Pavilion 11am-8pm, all […]

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Imaginary Mixtape {December, 2010 – part 2} featuring Eux Autres, Darren Hanlon, Allo Darlin, Sea of Bees, Math & Physics Club

It’s that time of year again: the time of year in which we can listen to “Last Christmas” without headphones and not get chastised by our coworkers.  It also gives us a time to sift through our holiday mixtapes and listen to our favorite bands get all holly jolly Christmas for us. Is there any […]

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"You Got Your Booze In My Comics!" Backroom Comics Podcast live July 12 at Solo

Seattle is a big comics AND music town; besides musicians putting out their own comics and slinking around both sides of the counter at comic stores, and whole bands working in the Fantagraphics warehouse at times, there is almost a mutual fandom for both. That connection has been helped out with bright, dapper promoters like […]

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