Daniel Person

Yes, ST3 Will Take Forever to Build. But Backers Warn of Longer Waits if the Measure Fails.

Rejecting light rail now means either a pared-down plan on future ballots or … more buses.

Sound Transit’s Rough Road to Light Rail

The region’s first foray into light rail was fraught, and still colors how some see the agency that built it.

Reverse Course! DEA Holds Off On Banning Kratom

Everyone from U.S. Representatives to the dude at the smoke shop protested the proposed ban.

Black Power, in Black and White

Jerry Whiting has quietly amassed a museum-quality collection of Black Panther photography.

Randy Dorn Calls Out Large School Districts For Fighting McCleary

The State Superintendent of Schools says wealthy schools are enabling inequality.

Carbon-Cutting I-732 Would Deliver a Tax “Windfall” to Boeing. Should We Care?

The perils of fiddling with taxes in a state where aerospace plays by its own rules.

How a Cheesy Italian Chain Is Holding on in Amazonia

Buca di Beppo is an odd fit for Seattle’s fastest growing neighborhood, or so it seems.

An Architect Weighs in on Seattle’s New Urban Landscape

Seattle architect Robert Hutchison designs the new while honoring the old in quickly transforming Seattle.

Why Not All Wolf Advocates Oppose Killing the Profanity Peak Pack

By sticking to the playbook, they hope the lethal action helps lend credence to recovery efforts.

Humans Have Been Visiting Mount Rainier For More Than 9,000 Years. Why?

In the last 10 years, significant archaeological finds in the Cascades have expanded our understanding of ancient mountain culture.

Seattle’s Boomerang Throwers: Returning Champs

A team largely made up of Seattle-area throwers recently won the World Boomerang Cup in Germany.

Billionaire Developer Selig Dumps Trump

Selig told the Seattle Times yesterday he’s backing out as a co-host of a Trump fundraiser in Seattle.

His Family Escaped the Nazis. So Why Is Martin Selig Supporting Trump?

It’s a billionaire real-estate developer thing.

Why We Love the D Line

Best Bus Route: The D Line

The Love, Loss, and Cocaine of John Henry Browne

His long legal career has played out in the newspapers. Now Browne is telling his story in his own words.

How Driftwood Can Help Save the Salmon

The Duwamish River has been stripped of its essential function in the spawning of the Northwest’s prized fish. With some ingenuity and 1,200 tons of dead wood, local scientists hope to change that.