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MoPOP’s latest exhibit is a shoutout to horror film, and it’ll be up at least through Halloween. Check out the pics from Seattle Refined. Gooey electronics are just the beginning. 🎃

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NOW HERE’S WHAT’S GOING ON IN YOUR CITY 🍜

How to help Vegas. Yesterday, we woke up to the worst. A man shot and killed at least 59 people and hurt more than 500 others at a Las Vegas festival in one of the deadliest mass shootings in our history. Want to help? Consider donating blood. You can make an appointment at schedule.bloodworksNW.org or by calling 1-800-398-7888. (The Seattle Times)

You’ll be proud of the schools on this list. The Puget Sound Business Journal rounded up the best elementary schools in the state — and not by the usual rankings. The Journal gives top grades to schools that serve disadvantaged students and kick butt academically. Check it out. (The Puget Sound Business Journal)

Everyone wants a piece of Amazon. Including a bunch of cities in Washington. The largest employer in our city told the world last month that it’s looking for a place to build a second home. Big metros like D.C. and Chicago are putting in bids, but Bellevue, Tacoma, Spokane, and other cities around here are thinking about it, too. Do they have a shot? Here’s the latest. (The Seattle Times)

They’re too skinny. Dozens of orca whales live along the coast of Washington and British Columbia, but they’re not doing so hot. There were 98 of them in 1995; now there are just 77. A baby died of malnutrition just a couple weeks ago, and scientists are using drones to try to find out more about what’s going on. (GeekWire)

‘Oh man. Those noodles.’ Now that we’re into some sweater weather, it’s time to check in with the best noodle spots in the city. Il Corvo’s are “legitimately transcendent,” Little Uncle’s are “exquisite,” and Dueminuti’s are “superb.” More adjectives here. (Seattle Met)

HERE'S WHAT'S COMING UP 📅

AROUND TOWN

📱 10/2-6: Seattle Startup Week

⚔ 10/3: Beginner fencing class

🍸 10/4: Civic Cocktail: Seattle’s Shift to the Left & DACA Decision

📚 10/4: Booktoberfest happy hour

😂 10/4: Acronym Battle

🐟 10/5: Poke Making Class

🤘 10/6: Viking Disco

🍽 10/6: Taste of Seattle Made

🗣 10/7: The Secret Sauce of Communication

🛠 10/7-8: BrickCon Exhibition

🚸 10/8: Seattle Children’s Festival

❤️ 10/8: Dialogue Across Difference

👻 10/8: Thriller Flash Mob

Learn more about these events in our weekly roundup, and add yours to our events page.

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We’ll be announcing our newest hire (woo-hoo!) and some fun news about how our team is growing soon. Until then, remember that the deadline for our social editor position is Oct. 10 — just a week from today. Check out the application and send any questions to [email protected].

Have a good one. — The Evergrey