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By the time you read this column, City Council member Jan Drago may be a candidate for mayor.A Drago run would add a viable female… Continue reading
Think you've heard it all? Guess again.
Nov. 16-22, 2005
The city really wants to let a developer build, despite environmental concerns.
Big ambitions, expanding overhead, shrinking local programming . . . does Channel 9 know what it's doing?
Hint: Rumsfeld speaks Fantasy Rumsfeldian.
Some of my straight female friends say they like to date a "bad boy," but no one can explain what it means. Is a criminal… Continue reading
A where-are-they-now guide to some key WTO players.
Seattle's hottest swimwear makes a splash.
Another Seattle nightclub owner dodges bullets—and then the crossfire of rival gangs of lawyers.
How Safeway's new discount cards can be used against you.
Civilian oversight is handcuffed.
Critics of feminism once predicted it would masculinize women. Guess what: It's done the opposite. And by the way—Nice pants, guy.
The postcolonial U.S. Congress wants a say in the curricula of postcolonial studies.
One of the most basic things we've learned from the flooding of New Orleans is that a generation of politicians ideologically hostile to government's very… Continue reading
When it comes to promoting tourism, Seattle has always lazily left the heavy lifting to Mount Rainier, Puget Sound, and the Space Needle, smugly confident… Continue reading
While no one has documented a plot to manipulate results, voting systems deserve closer scrutiny.
The state orders billionaire Paul Allen to fix the many leaks in Seahawks Stadium—or else.