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Two stadiums, a symphony hall . . . what's left?
OK, don't fence it in. Now where will the Arboretum find the funds and vision it needs?
Don't the very public security measures taken in response to the strike at The Seattle Times' Fairview Avenue headquarters make the paper look bad in… Continue reading
A funding crunch could eclipse Seattle's dream of elevated transportation.
Is Seattle radio station KVI replacing its traditional "hot talk" with smart talk?
A burglary at School District offices fuels critics' fire.
Judy Nicastro's Cinderella victory suggests new life for an anti-establishment coalition.
A right-wing revolutionary runs for Governor.
Activists haunt Northgate shopping mall expansion in order to save a creek.
Nickels, Schell, or Sidran face elimination in mayoral primary
Nobody can call the Green Party of Seattle predictable. Last week, the greenies endorsed a mayoral candidate who won't even be on the ballot—write-in Christal… Continue reading
City Attorney Mark Sidran kicks off his race for mayor by blasting light rail.
The city cracks down on chronic bad drivers—and parkers.
Few people ride; here's why.
Paul Schell's attempt to slow down our economy's assault on renters proves useless.