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The on-again, off-again history of the Graham Street light-rail station and the people who are still fighting for it.
An influx of talent and trouble quickly brings Seattle up to speed.
Toll phobia and rural preservation block a cleaner, cheaper way to operate highways.
NEGLECTING MOTHER Nature at the start just costs you more later on. That's what Dubya's fiercest opponents and some of his best friends are trying… Continue reading
Amazon's new campus would look great—if it didn't hide Seattle's last great architectural icon.
Seattle gets set to ban performing animals while Ringling Bros. tries to show a kinder, gentler circus.
Backers of failed transportation Referendum 51 regroup—without greens who turned against their highway-heavy plan.
Could disasters loom as more and more pipeline operators switch to Windows NT?
WHERE I WENT to school, everyone had to read the same books, so I was thrilled when local lit-booster Nancy Pearl got all of Seattle… Continue reading
WAR HAS COME to the post office, and some East Coast media operators are hiding from the carrier the way they formerly hid from bill… Continue reading
WHAT'S LOFTILY called "the national conversation" is more like a simmering pot of soup. Weighty matters and nutritious morsels sink to the bottom, out of… Continue reading
WE DIDN'T REALIZE it then, but when I last embarked on a column like this—on media, politics, popular culture, and the things they do to… Continue reading