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Bellevue trolls, Metro Transit, and the fight for America's high-tech future.
The beloved ex-Mariner wants to throw until he's 50.
Dear Valued Employees Content Aggregators,Today on Crosscut, a former contributor wrote that when he used to work for our paper, "writers and editors did not… Continue reading
Seattle Weekly has an immediate opening for a news blogger. Our ideal candidate is not only familiar with deadlines, but motivated by them; has enough… Continue reading
This post was written by contributor Cedar Burnett.With sparkling facilities, geeks in lab coats, and a humming gas chromatography machine, you'd be forgiven for thinking… Continue reading
Boldface names tell us what they order and where.
There is almost nothing Cliff Mass does that we don't report on. From his fight to change the way weather is forecasted, to his fight… Continue reading
On Sunday, a disturbed Iraq War veteran murdered a ranger in Mt. Rainier National Park. Now, a foolhardy few are pointing their fingers at the… Continue reading
On any given day, travelers passing the Port of Seattle can see hundreds of stacked steel cargo boxes. These boxes have traveled thousands of miles… Continue reading
Three of Representative Rick Larsen's youngest staffers wanted to make their December one to remember. (Or "D2R", in their chosen shorthand.) And guess what? They… Continue reading
http://www.centraldistrictnews.com/2011/10/18/neighbors-and-activists-ask-for-fairness-in-the-mitchells-pending-foreclosurehttp://www.centraldistrictnews.com/2010/03/31/cd-resident-of-43-years-protesting-foreclosure-bad-lenders… Continue reading
As basic human rights go, the right to take shelter under an umbrella is about as basic as it gets, especially in drizzly Seattle. It's… Continue reading
Last night the state of Georgia executed Troy Davis, a man who many think may have been innocent. Since Davis' initial 1991 trial, in which… Continue reading
Why rumors of the mayor's increased competence were greatly exaggerated.
Last week Joel Connelly proposed something radical. A consistent critic of Mike McGinn, the P-I columnist nonetheless suggested that, contrary to what his worse-than-Nixon-post-Watergate poll… Continue reading
The Amazon CEO's ridiculous patent that never was.
Last Friday afternoon, in a sterile conference room on Microsoft's campus, a host of entrepreneurs, NASA representatives, and amateur scientists gathered to prove something that's… Continue reading
Why the future of space travel is more sci-fi than soon-complete.
What Jean Godden's consultant reportedly said about her opponent.
This week's cover story, written by Rick Swart, is about true-crime author Ann Rule, and the facts he claims she didn't get right in her… Continue reading