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NOT TO DIMINISH Daniel Pearl's courage and accomplishment or the horror of his murder and the vileness of his murderers, but the memorials to him… Continue reading
A LITTLE SYMPATHY, please, for Frank Blethen. "Ultraliberal, pro-labor" Seattle has so vexed this publisher, he threatens to take the Fanny out of Fairview—to move… Continue reading
Nearly half the oil tankers plying Washington waters would be banned from Europe for being too old.
NPR and the broadcast barons fight the FCC's attempt to make pirate radio legit and let a thousand stations bloom.
NO, IT'S NOT AN urban legend. Rats do swim up sewers and toilets. A dozen years ago, I heard splashing in the bathroom, lifted the… Continue reading
The cops replace the WTO as the target of protesters' fear and anger in the last battle in Seattle.
There's a sick pleasure to watching President W, the poster child for crony capitalism and insider trading, prattle about corporate "accountability" and executive "responsibility"—straight-faced! But… Continue reading
Another elephant-beating scandal, this time over Baby Hansa.
What issue could possibly get police associations, right-wing talk radio ranters, and left-wing polemists like our own Geov Parrish all singing the same song? Mayor… Continue reading
Sam Wright says more endangered species time bombs are ticking in Puget Sound
The boys of sumo descend on Vancouver, in a hokey, glorious cross-cultural match.
Seattle's library opts to keep useful, offbeat arts collections.