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Photos by Matthew PielThe Stop: OthelloThe Vibe: Three mini malls surround the Othello stations--each containing storefront after storefront of Vietnamese restaurants. And between the signs… Continue reading
MySpaceTwo faculty members at Skyview High School in Vancouver were arrested this week, charged with having sex with their students. Sexual misconduct charges aren't something… Continue reading
The streets are closed surrounding the University of Washington Tacoma campus, where Biden will rally support for Patty Murray from south sound Democrats at 10:30.… Continue reading
Updated with comments from the Pierce County Sherrif's Office.Pierce County Sheriff's deputies are still searching for three or four suspects after they recovered more than… Continue reading
Within my first three months at Seattle Weekly I found myself in close quarters with Larry Flynt, politely tipping male strippers, and browsing porn looking… Continue reading
Bill Gates, Sr. is so excited to give up a chunk of his personal wealth (his kid isn't the only well-off Gates) that he allowed… Continue reading
Photos by Matthew PielThe Watering Hole:Endolyne Joe's, 9261 45th Ave. SW, 937-5637. WEST SEATTLEThe Atmosphere: A few of the trees along Fauntleroy in West Seattle… Continue reading
Last week, Crosscut publisher (and Seattle Weekly founder) David Brewster wrote a column about several high-profile departures at City Hall, blaming them on Mayor Mike… Continue reading
More than 100 drunk women brawled after a dispute over the view at a male strip show in Nanaimo--just north of Victoria, B.C.--over the weekend.… Continue reading
Yes, it's kind of a religious experience.
Photos by Matthew PielThe Stop: Columbia CityThe Vibe: A short stroll from the light rail stop you arrive at this neighborhood in mid-gentrification. Sit on… Continue reading
Update: Brewster explains the slight.Last week Crosscut publisher David Brewster wrote a column titled "The talent exodus at Seattle city hall" looking at several high… Continue reading
When two people at City Hall get into a legal spat--as Mayor Mike McGinn and City Council President Richard Conlin have over a signature on… Continue reading
Hot dogs in brioche and flat screens.
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Despite campaign promises to cut "strategic advisors," lower-level employees are seeing the brunt of his proposed cuts.
Update:McGinn spokesperson Aaron Pickus sent an e-mail saying that senior-level positions are being cut. Details below the jump.If you skim through the Arts, Culture and… Continue reading
Maggie Walker, co-president of the Museum of History and Industry Board of Trustees turned around at today's city council meeting and asked how many people… Continue reading
Photos by Matthew PielThe Stop: Mount BakerThe Vibe: Thanks to sitting over the confluence of two major thoroughfares through South Seattle, the Mount Baker station… Continue reading