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Well, he's only been a mayoral candidate for a week, but Mark Sidran has already managed to offend someone.During an interview on KUOW-FM, Sidran blasted… Continue reading
A development threatens to torpedo West Seattle's most treasured landmark.
Green Lake neighbors are divided over allowing big buildings in their future.
Kirkland keeps Puddle Jumpers, but much of its "public art" is equally vulnerable.
It's finally become clear what people want from government.Actually, there's two items on the wish list: 1) People want government to do more for them,… Continue reading
Perhaps some strange, unexplainable phenomenon occurred during the winter solstice, turning Seattle into a parallel universe in which everything is backwards.How else can you explain… Continue reading
It's a whole new era in Seattle daily journalism as the Times and P-I duke it out in the morning.
Candidates are always griping about bad press, but former judicial candidate Michael Morgan has taken the next step: He has initiated a formal complaint with… Continue reading
Activists feud with City Council member over housing issues.
As we prepare to greet the Legislature's class of 2001 next week, here's a suggestion: Let's declare a 10-year moratorium on new state laws.Most people… Continue reading
A strike looms at The Seattle Times and P-I.
If this is April, the Seattle Police must be obsessing over nude bicyclists.These unclad pedal-pushers who arrive uninvited each year at Fremont's mid-June Solstice Parade… Continue reading
Cheryl Chow is no political innovator, but something she did at a recent campaign forum might have major repercussions in this year's election.Midway through the… Continue reading