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The southwesterly suburb’s big day has finally come.
Seattle came a long ways in the 2000s, but it lost something as well.
It is with a heavy heart, fond memories, and unflinching optimism that I announce my resignation from my post as Seattle Weekly's editor in chief.… Continue reading
A look back at the finest movie ever made about the Seattle music scene.
In 1992, Lithuania participated in its first Olympics as a sovereign country. Its basketball team featured a number of marquee players from the old Soviet… Continue reading
The paper was bought by Voice Media Group, and will also stop running escort ads in print.
Where everybody knows your name, in Mandarin.
Dear Boston Red Sox Fans,How does it feel to root for a team that sucks again? It shouldn't be all that unfamiliar, because for most… Continue reading
At a central-casting Irish pub, a Snohomish import will fuck you up.
Seattle needed a dad last week. Instead, it got a pissy uncle.
Seattle's no Soap Lake when it comes to fun in the partially cloudy sun.
The Ballard bulwark hawks cheap meat at happy hour.
Hattie's Hat has come full circle. No, it's not back to its emulating its first 90 years as a dingy hangout for chronically thirsty longshoremen… Continue reading
Georgetown is where the smoke bellows most beautifully.
Great pizza...when you're drinking.
The image that's been presented of Chris Hansen, the San Francisco hedge-fund manager--a profession which recently polled a close third behind Satan's executive assistant and… Continue reading
From news to reviews, an issue saturated in booze.
15 Seattle bars that let youngsters watch their parents imbibe.
A celebration of sexy sauces.
How a humble bartender from Colville became a national destination.