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Nat Kendall and Paige Rasmussen would like to pigeonhole Songbird Sing as hip hop, but that wouldn’t be quite fair to the record. True, there’s… Continue reading
Here's what I expect out of a reggae show: machine gun vocals overlaid with beats so contagious you can't help but move. I expect heads… Continue reading
Will the apartments on East Pine and Belmont come to fruition?The Seattle Times may not have heard of Will Baker, but should he really be… Continue reading
The Attorney General says the foreclosure bill that passed is far different than the one he proposed.
Ever done that thing where you play Dark Side of the Moon on the third lion roar on the Wizard of Oz? Greg Nickels has.… Continue reading
Sure Boeing’s getting another crack at that Air Force tanker contract, but will the company have the workers to build the planes?… Continue reading
If the Weekly World News says it, it must be trueHoles in the World Wide Web could allow Hackers to re-route your browser, take you… Continue reading
Picnic Spot: Triangle Park, Beacon HillPicnic Supplies: ABC Supermarket, 2500 Beacon Ave. S., with a pupuseria and taqueria inside. El Mexicano Saborico yogurt, fresa flavored;… Continue reading
Advocates say density should be increased, and height restrictions lifted, on development around light rail stations.
Patrick KennedyPatrick Kennedy was almost the first person since the Supreme Court reinstated the death penalty to be executed for a crime that wasn’t a… Continue reading
The Border Patrols still in search of a few bored deckhands.
Tomorrow is the last day to comment on Sound Transit's system expansion. If you'd like to yell at them or send them a smiley face… Continue reading
A political prodigy won't be heading to Denver as a Clinton delegate after all.
Ed Shadles quest to break the world land-speed record is, by his own admission, a long shot. But its still the best shot anyones got.
At the state democratic convention in Spokane last weekend, Jack Laurence, the grandson of legendary Washington State Senator Henry M. "Scoop" Jackson, lost his bid… Continue reading
JacksJack Laurence, the 17-year-old who had hoped to represent Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention, was shut down this weekend at the state convention.… Continue reading
Beacon Hill transit stationThese guys think that Beacon Hill doesn’t deserve its light rail station because there aren’t any condos or apartment buildings up there.… Continue reading
As SW’s Aimee Curl reports, Seattle pols have a serious crush on Portland. We copied them on the SLUT, the streetcar and sidewalk cafes. Their… Continue reading
Jake Lynch, an Aussie who’s called Seattle home for the past seven months, has an interesting column over on Crosscut. I love hearing what foreigners… Continue reading
Attorney General Rob McKenna’s bill on foreclosure rescue schemes becomes law tomorrow. In case you’ve forgotten, the bill will:1. Require that a contract with clear… Continue reading