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by Casey Jaywork | Only eight candidates are left vying for Sally Clark’s City Council seat. Who’s the front runner? Plus: pushes for pay equality and Border Patrol accountability seem to be on track. 


10 The Civic War

by Ellis E. Conklin | It’s a tale of two Snoqualmies: Residents of the historic logging village and the affluent new housing development on the Ridge haven’t quite reconciled.

food&drink

14 a Quixotic Quest

by Nicole Sprinkle | One component

of Caf

e

Nordo’s new culinary-theater show tilts at Midwest blandness; 
the other succumbs.

14 | Food News/The weekly dish

arts&culture

16 Still angry?

by Brian Miller | Seattle’s longest-running ’80s stage show is back.

16 | The Pick List

21 | Stage | La Ronde

as sexed-up improv theater.

22 | Performance

23 | visual arts

24 FILM

Opening This Week | The new 
Kurt Cobain documentary, World War II, and a mystical Russell Crowe.

26 | Film Calendar

28 MUSIC

Bands embrace the spiritual: Some go metaphysical, others Christian

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31 | The Week Ahead

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4 | Chatterbox

32 | HIgher Ground

33 | classifieds




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