Eric Scigliano

Tow to nowhere

How to lose your car: Ask the tow company to move it for you.

Gene Mullins: a software solution.

Trading Places

It's a homegrown, low-cost alternative to commuting via highways and transit. Just add software.

Gene Mullins: a software solution.

Train to nowhere

It takes a train to cry, and to provoke an uprising wherever you try to run it. Five months after the Sound Transit board approved… Continue reading

Train to nowhere

Here, at last, is one possible upside to the new football and baseball stadiums (a.k.a. Big Money Pit and Bigger Money Pit). Since the construction… Continue reading

Trash Tibet

Whatever possessed the editors of the Post-Intelligencer to devote nearly half their November 3 op-ed page to a turgid, tendentious, and blitheringly naive (or else… Continue reading

Travel Issue: Revenge of the goddess

Picking up pebbles on the Big Island, and other blasphemies.

Travel Issue: The Scariest Pleasure

We love travel, we love trouble

Tricks of the trade

Sounds like such a deal. Next week the Seattle-based International Trade Education Foundation kicks off "an intensive, two-week Summer Seminar" for middle school, high school,… Continue reading

Trouble in Green Lake

Trouble in Green Lake

Nasty blooms thrive in Seattle's favorite pond.

Trouble in Green Lake
Twice-Tolled Tales

Twice-Tolled Tales

THE DIRTY LITTLE secret and the bright, shining hope of the upcoming crop of transportation measures is—pardon me while I say the word—tolls. The dirty… Continue reading

Twice-Tolled Tales
To be culled: The Journal of Air Traffic Control

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Mainstream is in, esoteric is out as the library prunes its periodicals list.

To be culled: The Journal of Air Traffic Control

Vaporwages

Tech pay isn't what the Times might have you think.

Viagra on the Half Shell

Viagra on the Half Shell

Dreamers, schemers, and scientists try to catch and cultivate the Northwest's most potent icon.

Viagra on the Half Shell

Vikings, then and now

Welcome to ethnic consciousness, postmodern/premillennial-style. Last Thursday Kennewick man, the world's most notorious bag of bones, finally arrived at University of Washington's Burke Museum after… Continue reading

Voodoo science

Voodoo science

LAST YEAR, federal wildlife biologists were caught seeding the habitat they inventoried with lynx hair. Last week, Nature abashedly retracted a controversial article reporting that… Continue reading

Voodoo science
War of tugs

War of tugs

Oil spill crusaders finally get their rescue boats—sort of.

War of tugs
War stories

War stories

AFTER THE PLANES hit the towers, you couldn't buy a New York Times in my neighborhood; even with some outlets getting the maximum triple allotment,… Continue reading

War stories

We bombed in Seattle

I didn't wait till the WTO came to town, the nitroglycerin arrived from Canada, or the year turned to launch my terrorist career. My target… Continue reading

Weird enough, but not true

Sorry folks, it is too good to be true. I mean, of course, that outrageous-sounding quote from the Independent Pornographer that's been bouncing around the… Continue reading

Westernized

Amidst all downtown's aloof corporate skybridges, there's one that functions as a real and distinctive public space: the catwalk that runs above Marion Street from… Continue reading