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"A master of both bluster and subtlety" schools me on taking command of the conference room.
How an eccentric entrepreneur with novel technology, big talk, and the backing of Gary Locke managed to fall short of the Games.
Sound Transit makes a bet on voters' light-rail delusions.
Yet again. For the hundredth time.
One more attempt to strip the BIAW of its pro-Rossi war chest. This time, in court.
The Rainier Valleys becoming nicer, more expensive, and less inclusive.
The Bothell-based sneaker company couldnt care less.
Friday, April 11
Would female strippers on city-owned property go over as well as Mr. Nude Seattle?
Why Steve Ballmer and the city should sink their millions into public toilets, not the Supes.
Does it bother you that the county is renting him a place next to you?
And old habits were reborn.
If L.A. and Vancouver live without it, I think we can, too.
Tuesday, February 12
Latin jazz with a dark heart
Not every toxic work situation can be remedied in court. A Seattle Symphony lawsuit is teaching that lesson the hard way.
Groovy, non-consumerist community doesn't come cheap at Lululemon.