Seattle (An Essay)

My infatuation with Seattle began at an early age. I am a child of the 90s, and in the 90s Seattle was experiencing a cultural moment. Music, movies, clothes, technology, and the boundless beauty of the Pacific Northwest filled our screens and lured an endless sea of people westward. As a kid planted in front of a television, a seed was planted. Over the next twenty years, this seed would slowly grow, germinate, and spread. This infatuation would soon…

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