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Photo by Terry Divyak, Real ChangeJosh Kroeger had lived in the greenbelt on the West slope of Queen Anne for seven months before the city's… Continue reading
The Energy and Technology Committee has voted 2-0 to keep the City Light superintendent. The full council is scheduled to vote Monday.Says committee chairman Bruce… Continue reading
The citizen's advisory panel convened by the council has recommended waiting to bring the idea to the voters until 2009 and holding off on implementing… Continue reading
TewesPaul Tewes and Marygrace Galston, who both got their start helping run the Washington State Democrats' Coordinated Campaign and well as the campaigns of both… Continue reading
News is Hollywood wildman Gary Busey will be joining the second season of VH1's Celebrity Rehab as, wait for it... the sober life coach. That's… Continue reading
Streetcars, publicly funded campaigns, and sidewalk cafes.
SHA photoJuan Martinez, Seattle Housing Authority commissioner and former co-director of Washington Tax Fairness Coalition, a group that advocates for working families, has made his… Continue reading
How Seattle longs to imitate that urban utopia to the south! First there was the SLUT, and now, like Portland, we're thinking about expanding our… Continue reading
Gritty Goldmark takes aim at incumbent Sutherland.
Besides the ferry.
Robert Mak, who's leaving his post as political reporter/Up Front host at King 5 to become the communications director for the mayor, won't just make… Continue reading
Sometimes friendly. Possible rivals.
Critics say expansion will lead to gentrification. James Kelly envisions economic development.
Yep, that proverbial revolving door is rampant in lil' Seattle too. News this afternoon is that News Up Front host Robert Mak is leaving King… Continue reading
Another twist in the effort to recall Port Commissioner Pat Davis. The State Supreme Court has now decided to hear oral arguments in the case.… Continue reading
Hollywood B. considers legal action against better-looking Seattleite.
Council President Richard Conlin is dipping his pinky toe into the 2009 race for mayor. He says a lot of people have been asking him… Continue reading
Rep. Jim McDermott, who had been hedging his bets (and holding out hope that Al Gore would get into the race), has become the 290th… Continue reading
In a confirmation hearing that was predictable (save for a fire alarm that evacuated City Hall-- the second in as many days), Jorge Carrasco-- the… Continue reading
Reaching out to the tax brackets that shun buses.