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Will Baker

This Will Has a Way

The GOP has disowned kooky auditor candidate Will Baker, but he still got 410,718 primary votes.

Will Baker
Snorkel (rain) or shovel (snow)? Who knows?

This winter’s forecast

Experts say, "Don't ask us."

Snorkel (rain) or shovel (snow)? Who knows?
Washington State Ferries CEO Michael Thorne receives farm subsidies.

Thorne-y subsidies

Michael Thorne, new head of Washington's ferries, receives massive subsidies for his family farm.

Washington State Ferries CEO Michael Thorne receives farm subsidies.
Malled in: Activists Janet Way and Bob Vreeland want to restore Thornton Creek.

Thornton’s ghost

Activists haunt Northgate shopping mall expansion in order to save a creek.

Malled in: Activists Janet Way and Bob Vreeland want to restore Thornton Creek.

Thoroughbred

Thirty years ago in Seattle Weekly.

Those Dole-full Nordstroms

Nordstrom taketh more than it giveth away.

Those krazy kids!

Dear Dategirl,I am an intelligent, quite attractive 20-year-old female. Wait, maybe that's my problem! No, seriously, I have been dating my old man, who's 32,… Continue reading

Those three little words

Those three little words

ILOVEYOU: a search-and-destroy mission on the Internet's psyche.

Those three little words
Conn McQuinn: Chalk doesnt crash.

Those Who Can’t

Few are trained to use PCs as creative tools in teaching.

Conn McQuinn: Chalk doesnt crash.