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Live music is back, and its Seattle-centric return should be cherished

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As I inch ever closer toward geezerdom, my increasingly gray beard and I are slowly becoming creatures of habit. There’s one fairly mundane ritual I’ve come to particularly miss since COVID-19 crushed so many aspects of our daily lives — hopping the 8 bus outside The Seattle Times’ South Lake Union office, to go up the hill to furiously slurp a bowl of Ooink‘s divinely unctuous ramen, before rolling into Neumos to catch a premier Seattle band like Chastity Belt, who plays Capitol Hill’s anchor club on July 23 as part of its reopening series.

Come July 1, that

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