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As rideshare companies continue to encroach on long-held terrain, a new contract with the Port of Seattle has cab drivers wondering what they’re fighting for.
Idle no more.
Third-party candidates won’t rock the two-party boat. But Washington can afford to go rogue.
“Don’t call them protesters. Call them protectors.”
The devoted patrons of Re-Bar, located just outside of the South Lake Union boom, hold on to the memories and hold out hope for historical-landmark status.
Seattle’s long-running workshop for teens has a lofty goal: dismantling systemic racism.
Could the Lummi’s win over the Cherry Point coal battle influence the debate in N.D.?
Density foes argue the whole point of being in Seattle is the ability to get out of it…with a car.
Scenes from the 21st annual food-and-booze bash.
“When we think about barriers, this is certainly one of them.”
City law now requires landlords to offer housing to the first qualified applicant, among other things.
“She is like a shooting star… a once-in-a-lifetime candidate.”
In the bidding war for an exclusive contract with the Port of Seattle, the money comes out of drivers’ pockets.
Best Open Mic: Skylark Cafe and Club
Best Race: Rock n Roll Marathon
Best of Pike Place Market: $5 Flowers
Two new online movements offer white people ways to fight racism directly.
“In Seattle, we are leaders on labor standards, and I think we should keep that momentum.”
Initiative 124, designed to protect hotel housekeepers, is on its way to qualifying for the November ballot.
“We are here to help untie their hands.”