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Roughly a year ago, when rumors first started swirling that Pete Carroll would soon be named coach of the Seattle Seahawks, my boss Mike Seely… Continue reading
The Waldorf School makes no apologies for its dubiously low immunization rate.
Locking up rapists, wife-beaters, and murderers takes a lot of time, a lot of effort, and a lot of taxpayer money. In the past year,… Continue reading
Yesterday the British Medical Journal hammered home the proverbial final nail in Andrew Wakefield's coffin. Wakefield is the former doctor whose infamous 1998 study linking… Continue reading
Larry Davis and Alan Northrop each spent more than 15 years behind bars after a blindfolded rape victim in Clark County wrongly identified them as… Continue reading
They're not just awful for a playoff team; they're awful, period.
By now you probably know that by winning last night's who-wants-it-less-fest against the St. Louis Rams, the 7-9 Seattle Seahawks are the first NFL team… Continue reading
Earlier this year, a football agent confessed to Sports Illustrated that he'd once showered Washington State's Ryan Leaf with money, girls and lavish trips in… Continue reading
Yesterday we gave you the Seven Worst Days for Seattle Sports in 2010, a list that was unsurprisingly top heavy with Mariners misadventures. Today we… Continue reading
Every year Seattle gets editorially fellated for having some of the smartest citizens in the country. But while Forbes and other national magazines focus on… Continue reading
Last week's cover story on 22-year-old autistic savant Robert Gagno left off with the " 'Rain Main' of pinball" ranked as the second-best player in… Continue reading
Seattle's Art Institute rakes in federal cash from the GI Bill.
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Washington State Department of Veteran AffairsHeidi Audette, firstname.lastname@example.org… Continue reading
Watchdog nonprofit ProPublica recently released a list of the past year's top 500 recipients of post-9/11 GI Bill money. So where are Washington's military members… Continue reading
The members of the Seattle Pinball League are a tribe. They play together, drink together, occasionally partner up and generally look out for each other.… Continue reading
As the co-founder of Intellectual Ventures, the patent-hoarding Bellevue firm he started in 2000 after leaving Microsoft nearly a billion dollars richer, Nathan Myhrvold has… Continue reading
On Saturday, The Seattle Times ran a a front-page story detailing the many failures of Washington's new computer system for processing Medicaid payments. The article… Continue reading
This week's cover story is a profile of Robert Gagno, a 22-year-old autistic savant from Vancouver, B.C. who's one of the best pinball players in… Continue reading
A 22-year-old autistic prodigy has become one of the top-ranked players in the worldand left competitors wondering about his luck.
We could do worse than "Hornets."