Folklife reminds us of a Seattle that celebrated the strange.
A meeting next week, co-chaired by a Harborview doc, will address the concussion epidemic.
In addition to the state pamphlet, you now get a King County one too.
A brief look at the vast spectrum of sounds available at this year’s festival.
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Her work won’t be in Seattle Weekly anymore, or anywhere else.
The battle for the Washington Supreme Court seat held by Jim Johnson is rallying LGBT interests. Johnson famously wrote an…
In tough times, these people are making the city a better place.
Your signature to put legalization on the ballot may never have seen the light of day.
Washington’s marijuana-legalization initiative hasn’t had any big-money backers, but it’s gotten plenty of big-money help.
Their concern for taxpayers only extends to projects they dont like.
One Reel calls off a Bumbershoot competition that pissed off the design community.
Or so it seems, based on recent UW research on “racist” views.
A Bellevue companys DVD vending machines hit pay dirt.
The new ad campaign for Hotmail identifies the pioneering free e-mail service as “the New Busy.” This exercise in tone-weirdness,…
Four-time (and counting) survivor Glenn Rockowitz writes a full-hearted, wise-assy memoir.
He may have won over the Tea Partiers, but the biggest GOP funders in the state still want anybody but him.
The period that falls just between the gray doldrums and the explosion of outdoor festivals is one of the city’s…
Novice Seattle playwright Sonya Schneider finds a mainstage showcase
for big ideas at Intiman.
The Seattle chain cuts its Medicaid losses.
Our junior senator is applauded for Monday-morning-quarterbacking the financial crisis.
His disappearing Web site was about as advanced as your MySpace page was in 2004.
No, not in a good way.