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Had we voted waaaay back in 1968 to approve a regional light rail system (when the feds were offering 2-to-1 matching funds), it would've been… Continue reading
The Bothell native, who likes to serenade women, then strangle them, is going away-- for 47 years and nine months. Barring any success on the… Continue reading
A little less than a month to go before the state's first top-two primary. And despite predictions that the new system-- which allows two candidates… Continue reading
Armed with his guitar and cowboy persona, Mike Braae had a way with women. He also liked to strangle them.
A former Sonic is running on his experience as a team player. Get it?!?!?
The independent-thinking councilman has stood up to the mayor, his colleagues, and the S.L.U.T.
But can't move into Brix.
Watch a slideshow of the event. Audio and photos by Chris Kornelis. Download Obama's entire speech. First, a few notable things to mention that occurred… Continue reading
It's going to be more than a month before Espresso Vivace Roasteria, which closed last week in its beloved Denny Way location, will be reopening… Continue reading
Proponents of challenger Peter Goldmark have been agonizing over how to get the average citizen to care about the race for the state Lands Commissioner… Continue reading
The city council, once a haven for former journalists and neighborhood activists-- next a favored resting place for retired athletes? Bruce Harrell, former UW football… Continue reading
Auditor calls out state government agencies for 2007.
The "Sidewalk Fix-It Lady" is trying to repair and replace 288,000 square feet of her turf.
An accountability audit, released today by the State Auditor's Office, charges the City of Seattle with illegally using funds collected from Real Estate Excise Taxes.… Continue reading
The state auditor's office recently released its annual list of who's who in waste and negligence. Called the statewide accountability report, it catalogs all of… Continue reading
Credit Seattle Rep. Jim McDermott for seeing this one through. His bill to extend unemployment benefits for 13 weeks was included in a Senate spending… Continue reading
Apothecary: Both Ways Cafe, 4922 S. Genesee St., 722-5799, MT. BAKERTime of Entry: Sunday, 10:45 a.m.Level of Hangover: Surprisingly light. Had a big Saturday night… Continue reading
Waving to the homeless permitted.
Despite some misgivings about his management style and a few items on the to-do list still undone, stable finances and rate payer satisfaction meant easy… Continue reading
Oxford Collapse's frontman Michael Pace's Tom Selleck-stash is so awesome, it could drive one to distraction. (Drummer Dan Fetherston has a pretty sweet hairy lip… Continue reading