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LAST WEEK, Seattle activist Trevor Baumgartner was near death because of a two-week-old hunger strike while in Israeli Army custody (see "Will He Survive?" May… Continue reading
Politically speaking, it's the trial of the century—at least in these parts—though it hasn't been much of a century yet. It's a trial to settle,… Continue reading
The bar takes on the case of the loving, lying suburban prosecutor.
The fallout from the WTO protests signals an end to polite politics.
Gunless trooper makes a kinder, gentler bust.
One year. 273 songs. 22 hours of 2004's best music.
Paige Miller's lauded proposal to save the cute waterfront streetcar illustrates the city's political and transportation malaise.
Belltown's poor will miss the ministry provided by Bethel Temple.
Nasty blooms thrive in Seattle's favorite pond.
The challenges of talking about race in Seattle.
Why are lawyers circling a popular Green Lake eatery?
Thirty years ago in Seattle Weekly.
NEWSLETTER AND Internet publisher Paul Trummel, whose February jailing prompted a flood of protests by journalists and others around the U.S., has now been dispatched… Continue reading
LAST WEEK, Paul Trummel chose jail again rather than change his Web site. Trummel has been jailed since Feb. 27 for failing to alter accusatory… Continue reading
A desperate airplane mechanic is accused of creating potentially deadly problems.
In seeking to execute the man accused of being the Green River Killer, authorities might never completely solve the worst serial-murder case in American history.