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Collegi-ATE: Mocha brownies

Healthier baking: Part 6

Album review: ‘Descensus,’ Circa Survive

Beloved rock group’s fifth album hardly deviates

Out of your league

League of Legends brings gamers together at the UW

Tips and tricks for Black Friday

How to get the best start to your holiday shopping

Song to start your week: ‘Triumph of Disintegration,’ Of Montreal

What is it, week nine? Thanksgiving break is so close you can taste the gravy. This tune, from Of Montreal’s 2013 album “Lousy with Sylvianbriar,” is the perfect soundtrack for your “wishing this quarter was 11 weeks rather than 12” mindset. 

Book review: ‘Scorched,’ Michael Soll

Underground dystopian novel juxtaposes mature topics, young-adult story

Exhibit review: ‘Live On: Mr.’s Japanese Neo-Pop’

Looking at the world through neon-tinted glasses

Hops, sip, and a chug: Clemmontine Floral Pale Ale, Snipes Mountain Brewing Company

Name: Clemmontine Floral Pale Ale

From Bottleworks in Wallingford

Tasted from a bomber, out of a football-shaped Miller Lite glass

Style: Pale Ale

ABV: 4.1% 

IBU: 41

Out & About

Friday

Untuxed: ‘The Barber of Seville’

“Casual” and “the Seattle Symphony” don’t usually go together, but the Seattle Symphony’s “Untuxed” series aims to make classical music accessible. Take a bus downtown to hear some familiar pieces in a casual, come-as-you-are setting. Dress up if you want, but if you’ve ever felt like going to Benaroya Hall in sweatpants, now is your chance. 

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