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Sleeping on the job in the home of Starbucks.
In the current climate, ignorance is seen as strength.
How the Weekly got the scoop, if not the credit.
Seattle's got a serious memory problem.
WTO investigations by the City Council and the mayor give off mixed signals.
Ralph Nader, the newest presidential candidate, has proven to be delusional at any speed.
Perhaps with lies and delusions the Bush administration is looking for a mistrial.
Nothing worse than a sore winner.
The media shouldn't be your nanny when it comes to voting.
GREAT PRAISE to The Seattle Times for its investigative series, "Coaches Who Prey," by reporters Maureen O'Hagan and Christine Willmsen, about the abuse of young… Continue reading
Letting the Sonics go is just the first step in saving Seattle.
Last week, I feared Mayor Greg Nickels would find a way to avoid killing the Seattle Monorail Project (SMP), so I was pleasantly surprised when… Continue reading
Telling the tale of the Makah's search for the great gray whale.
With little practical purpose, marriage is a powerful concept.
Seattle could be next, and obviously we have work to do.
The Seattle School District's definition has a hidden agenda.
Blame the media for your ignorance? Look in the mirror.
I HAD A CHANCE to check out the Experience Music project last week, seeing the blob from the inside out. The staff was busy getting… Continue reading
After 150 years, the last 'shot' results in a verdict we can live with.