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Saturday, December 15
Instantaneous and ntense: an improvising trio that takes off fast
Xenu Commands You. . . to not miss these masterful jazzists
For the first time: picketers scared of the camera.
Wednesday, October 31
Learn how to drive.
Friday, October 26
His rhythm is gonna getcha
That Wally Shoup was a man unlikely to experience spectacular commercial success was apparent early. Arriving in Seattle in the mid-'80s, he managed to get… Continue reading
Monday, August 13
Thursday, July 26
Company's owners funded Bush, Swift Boat Veterans for Truth.
Yes, we all know Seattle is totally "metronatural" and you're automatically more "outdoorsy" than your friends in other cities, just by virtue of living here.… Continue reading
Like most museum-goers, I'm often struck by that sometimes-bizarre disconnect between the setting in which the artifacts were originally created—a penniless artist's garret; a mud… Continue reading
A reader writes: "Is there anyone I can sue if the state decides not to listen to the city's election on the viaduct? It's costing… Continue reading
Local judges get a free pass at election time.
Urgent, Unformulaic Latin Jazz: Ignacio Berroa
Because of the move to an all-mail ballot, you may have to scramble to get your viaduct vote counted.
The 'orchestral terrorism' alert level at the Seattle Symphony has fallen to 'low.' But the 'newspaper skepticism' level has risen to 'severe.'