If it's on YouTube it must be real.

Ethics rules restrict Peter Steinbrueck's local work opportunities. Except, ironically, from being employed by his former colleagues.

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Afternoon Edition: Blethen Tears and Steinbrueck's Comeback

If it's on YouTube it must be real.

Ethics rules restrict Peter Steinbrueck's local work opportunities. Except, ironically, from being employed by his former colleagues.

That’s all right, Frank, we cried, too, when the robot died in Terminator 2.

NY Times provides an object lesson in the risks of allowing luddite reporters to base stories on the always-reliable YouTube.

South Bend school chooses classes over Clinton.

The ever-unfolding D.B. Cooper mystery leaps from parachute to Texas.

Avoid Fourth and Olive for the next 24 hours. “Guests Gas It Up at the Mayflower Hotel.”

Vista now on track to destroy your kitchen table, family happiness by 2011.

Upstaged Again: Portland’s looking to extend its more popular version of the SLUT for, um 75 miles worth of neighborhood routes.

50-car ferry could cost $26 million, roughly twice what WSF said it would cost. Then again, WSF isn't known for their arithmetic.

CNN Money says Bellevue is the best place to live and work, ever. The rest of the top five: Georgetown, Texas; Buford, Ga. (which makes sense because they have mint juleps); Marina del Ray, Calif.; and swank Bethesda, Md.

The MLS is coming! The MLS is coming! What’s the MLS?

 
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