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The most popular news stories in 2005 on SeattleWeekly.com.
Best of Seattle: The 'Hands-On' Edition
Aug. 3, 2005
Dining Guide: Three Square Meals — and Then Some
April 20, 2005
Summer Guide: 50 Ways to Celebrate Global Warming
May 25, 2005
We all know it's getting hotter out there. Here's how to make the most of your ozone-free summer.
The Undraped Crusader
June 15, 2005
This new Batman gains psychological depth, even if he loses a bit of his old static grandeur. By Tim Appelo
Peep Show Story
Feb. 9, 2005
Looking for literary inspiration this Valentine's Day? Seattle sex writer/blogger Pagan Moss tells how she broke into print. By Michaelangelo Matos
Five Ways the Music Industry Is Changing in Seattle (and Everywhere Else)
Feb. 23, 2005
Starbucks is selling nearly as many records as it is lattes, but not for long, because the CD is almost dead. And you can hear it all by tuning in to KEXP-FM from anywhere on the planet. Here's a brief survey of where the music business is now and may be heading in 2005. By Andrew Bonazelli, Laura Cassidy, Philip Dawdy, and Michaelangelo Matos
The Trophy Case
May 11, 2005
Winners of the third annual Seattle Weekly Music Awards.
The Fair and Balanced Crusade
May 4, 2005
Determined not to cause any historical offense, Ridley Scott creates bland bloodshed in the Holy Landand a hero to suit in Kingdom of Heaven. By Tim Appelo
My Beautiful Career
Oct. 19, 2005
How did the newsroom suddenly become so gorgeous? By Brian Miller
Down From the Mountain
Feb. 2, 2005
How I nearly died climbing in the North Cascades last summer — were it not for the people I met along the way. By Brian Miller