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A satirist's Web site throws the Bush campaign for a loss.
Sound Transit's light rail may look dead, but somehow it keeps on living.
The Seattle City Council hands over zoo to private group.
The unusual case of African-born students and TB tests.
New parks district: scam or boon?
In "The Phantom Menace," Philip Dawdy's steamy potboiler on the cover of the Weekly this week, we refer to a "fawning obituary" in the Seattle… Continue reading
In the words of Seattle magazine writer Susan Nakagawa, 38-year-old political consultant Christian Sinderman is just this hot: "Sinderman's tousled good looks and trim build… Continue reading
Disgraced Republican Congressman Mark Foley's decision to check himself into alcohol rehab after sending inappropriate messages to a 16-year-old male page is a classic homophobic… Continue reading
The Minuteman Civil Defense Corps is gearing up once again to man the border, both in Washington state and elsewhere nationwide. A month-long patrol in… Continue reading
There are scores of stickers on parking meters and such downtown promoting a national day of protest on October 5, whereas people fed up with… Continue reading
The nightlife in the lily-white, picturesque yuppie paradise of Kirkland has gotten a little too frisky for some downtown residents, according to the Seattle Times.… Continue reading
The Anchorage Press reprinted Tony Hopfinger's revealing story on whistleblower Chuck Hamel and BP's Prudhoe Bay scandal last week. Here's the original, for those of… Continue reading
The U.S. Census Bureau considers Seattle to be America's smartest city, based on the per capita amount of residents with bachelor's degrees. This comes swift… Continue reading
OK, you say, Seattle Weekly debuted Gustavo Arellano's "Ask a Mexican" column last week and now it's looking for Latinos everywhere. Be that as it… Continue reading
There are many Seattle connections to BP's catastrophic shutdown of its Prudhoe Bay, Alaska oilfield, which is the subject of future staff writer Tony Hopfinger's… Continue reading