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Forty years ago yesterday, Hale Boggs, a powerful Democratic congressman with a colorful past, disappeared in a small plane over Alaska. The massive search that… Continue reading
Is Ed McMichael's teen killer capable of rehabilitation?
At first, the protest seemed like it would fizzle out. Thin crowds dotted Westlake Park last night as Occupy Seattle prepared to stage a march… Continue reading
In an extremely unscientific survey of "Occupy" Facebook groups conducted yesterday by Seattle Weekly, Seattle, the nation's 23rd largest city, has the fifth-largest number of… Continue reading
Image SourceLiberty Bar likes to tout its large selection of liquors -- 25 bourbons, 20 tequilas, 23 scotches, 22 gins, 18 rums, 22 vodkas, etc.But… Continue reading
Someone hides in your bushes and shoots your parent, spouse, or child to death, fleeing into the night. You know that somewhere, that man or… Continue reading
There's a new golf course in Bellevue, though the players who populate it will be six feet under. Sunset Hills Memorial Park and Funeral Home… Continue reading
As soon as she was acquitted by an Italian jury, Amanda Knox became the most hunted woman on the planet. Major media outlets jostled for… Continue reading
The two groups who shared Westlake Park today -- Occupy Seattle and Target, a giant corporation they would like to destroy -- competed for the… Continue reading
A Seattle man says he has a "vampire photo" taken right after the Civil War of actor Nicholas Cage, and he wants $1 million for… Continue reading
Only five weeks remain before the Braam Settlement expires.October 31. That's the day the Braam Settlement, a critical part of Washington's child-welfare oversight system, is… Continue reading
The holy grail of HIV/AIDS research: a one-shot cure.Research into developing a widely available, functional cure for HIV/AIDS is moving at breakneck speed, prompted by… Continue reading
Should police officers be required to live in the city they serve?It's a debate that's played out nationally over the last decade, and one receiving… Continue reading
When the late-night munchies strike, you have two options: Scrounge together something at home, or make a dash for some fat-soaked, quick food.Looking disheveled, my… Continue reading
The fender-bender that possibly nudged the 9/11 mastermind toward terror.
The Angry Birds-besting Issaquah app-man's biggest hit yet.
Ten years after 9/11, why does Sealy, the mattress company famous for its talking-sheep commercials, still have the World Trade Center on the side of… Continue reading
The tragic past and optimistic future of Seattle's most prolific muralist.
Sprawled on a sunny beach while on vacation, the last thing most people want is a steaming cup of coffee. But according to a new… Continue reading
This week, both managing editor Caleb Hannan and I are on vacation on the East Coast. I'm in North Carolina, while Hannan is further north.… Continue reading