Manny Frishberg

The founders of Positive Prevention, including Ella Sonnenberg (far left) and Jennifer Nelson (far right), raise the birth control flag.

$200 worth of prevention

A new Seattle nonprofit wants to bribe drug abusing women to not have children.

 

Astro-study

Jeff Jawer managed to get a BA in the "History and Science of Astrology" from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst back in 1970, but… Continue reading

 

Make your pitch and make it quick: last month's TechViews schmooze atop Columbia Tower.

Cash and cocktails

On Seattle's high-tech "schmooze" circuit, the dreams and the desperation are both getting bigger.

 

Ex-chiropractor not exculpated

Ex-chiropractor not exculpated

No more "religious sacraments," says the judge.

Ex-chiropractor not exculpated
Which side are you on? Dwight Pelz (above) and his opponent, Mark Wheeler differ on light rail and church construction.

Fifth face off

Incumbent King County Council member Dwight Pelz faces a vigorous challenge from activist Mark Wheeler.

Which side are you on? Dwight Pelz (above) and his opponent, Mark Wheeler differ on light rail and church construction.
Full circle?

Full circle?

Money makes a comeback at a Seattle venture capital showcase.

Full circle?
I want my P3P?

I want my P3P?

Microsoft's new way of packaging privacy leaves some Net observers skeptical.

I want my P3P?
McDermott slayer? Joe Szwaja runs for Congress.

It’s not easy being Green

Seattle's Green Party struggles to create a real political alternative.

McDermott slayer? Joe Szwaja runs for Congress.
Mal-adjusted

Mal-adjusted

Karen Labdon got more than the usual chiropractic treatment: She got an 'Alphabiotic sacrament' and a stroke.

Mal-adjusted
News Clips— Supremes club cannabis

News Clips— Supremes club cannabis

THEY MAY NOT be doctors, but they play them in the halls of Congress, and according to the U.S. Supreme Court our 535 federal legislators… Continue reading

News Clips— Supremes club cannabis
Pink-slip partygoers: Why don't you come up and interview sometime?

Pink slips and amber ale

The dot-com crash paves the way for a recruitment 'bash.'

Pink-slip partygoers: Why don't you come up and interview sometime?
Game, set, match: Zombie Studios' Mark Long.

Rule of the gamers

While other tech sectors flail, the gaming industry thrives—and still strives to innovate.

Game, set, match: Zombie Studios' Mark Long.
Staying on track

Staying on track

Monorail route from Ballard to West Seattle is explored.

Staying on track
Surfing for the stars

Surfing for the stars

A Redmond astrology start-up wants to fine-tune romantic advice— and marketing messages.

Surfing for the stars
Washington's war on pot

Washington’s war on pot

Marijuana arrests are on the rise.

Washington's war on pot
Without a trace

Without a trace

How will the rash of denial-of-service attacks affect Internet security—and personal privacy?

Without a trace