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Carrie Brownstein founded Sleater Kinney, the coolest band to come out of the Pacific Northwest. She now has another awesome band called Wild Flag. She's a writer, music journalist and the creator and star of the brilliant sketch comedy show Portlandia about Portland, Ore.

We'll ask Brownstein three questions about the famously rigid city-state of Singapore, the diametrical opposite of Portland.

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