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City Councilmember Tim Burgess continues to crank out new legislation aimed at cracking down on perceived social ills. Yesterday's meeting of the Burgess-chaired Public Safety,… Continue reading
For Antoine Johnson, the Hippocratic oath was perhaps more of a suggestion. Or maybe he was simply an entrepreneur at heart. King County does, indeed… Continue reading
Sure, there are those among us who, like the supporters of Councilman Tim Burgess' latest proposal, believe that some of the city's panhandlers are an… Continue reading
Well, at least it's not just us. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta reports that Washington has, along with four other states, joined… Continue reading
As you might know, the folks up Tukwila way are a bit riled up over the noise produced by Central Link light rail trains as… Continue reading
1918: When traffic cops had a whole lot more to doRemember how the city's Pedestrian Master Plan contained notes about jaywalking stings that, as Damon… Continue reading
First Call is a weekly Voracious feature in which we walk into a bar and ask the bartender to make us his or her favorite… Continue reading
Finding buyers, however, isnt as easy as pulling a perfect shot.
Seattle vice detectives found two teenage runaways, ages 17 and 13, working in the employ of alleged pimp Aaron Johnson, reports the Seattle P-I. You'll… Continue reading
There is a recession on. Perhaps you've noticed. Maybe you have been somewhat personally affected, and having become disillusioned with the dominant political and economic… Continue reading
Hybrid businesses (mocha with your new-car smell?) have become a fixture in the Rainier Valley.
And speaking of possibly significant injuries to local sports heroes, ESPN's Adam "The Schef" Shefter reports that Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck has sustained another ouchie,… Continue reading
Saturday, September 19
Paying Tribute to the Swayz at Central CinemaOrganizer Clinton McClung passes out party favors as the first notes of "I've Had the Time of My… Continue reading
Drinking at the lonely end of East Marginal Way.
Robert Washington Drive far enough down Rainier Avenue and you're likely to pass by an example of one of the south end's cooler phenomena: the… Continue reading
In the increasing hullaballoo over McGinn vs. Mallahan, it might be easy to forget that Greg Nickels is, for the time being anyway, still the… Continue reading
The Washington Traffic Safety Commission’s summertime anti-drunk driving program (“Drive Hammered, Get
The Washington Traffic Safety Commission's summertime anti-drunk driving program ("Drive Hammered, Get Nailed") has come to a close. And you know what that means: time… Continue reading
What? You were expecting a picture of something else?For those of you who roll out of bed every morning jonesing for deep-fried hot wings (the… Continue reading
The city has pledged to drive a collection of seedy motels out of business. But their regulars remain undaunted.