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"Covenant marriage" boosters fight divorce with phony stats.
The debate over light rail's effect on traffic gets noisier but no clearer.
At its meeting April 22, the friendly and ultracompetent new regime running Sound Transit reached consensus, sort of, on a light-rail route north from downtown—some… Continue reading
County executive Ron Sims' plan to save light rail only delays the collision between buses and trains.
Introduction Everyone drives a Hummer.Old Box, New Corners Even the Eastside's déclassé split-levels can be reborn. How a homely spec house got a makeover—instead of… Continue reading
NEAR THE CORNER of First and Bell in Belltown, 23 people share two floors of the old Utah Hotel. They're musicians, writers, civil servants, carpenters,… Continue reading
ESCAPING FROM what she says was "a domestic violence situation," Marquitta Harris Hunter arrived in Seattle from Norfolk, Va., on January 28 of this year… Continue reading
NORIKO KATO, 25, was born in Aomori, Japan and now lives in West Seattle in the basement of her host family's home. She is an… Continue reading
YOU MIGHT HAVE heard of Stan Lippman. He's been a candidate for mayor, for congressman, and, this year, for City Council, winning 7,900 votes in… Continue reading
PENELOPE AUGɬ 61, has the dream loft. Perched above a gallery at the corner of Occidental Avenue and South Jackson in Pioneer Square, with sun… Continue reading
UPON KNOCKING on the front door of Dog's Day Out on busy 15th Northwest, a chorus of barks breaks out. Danette Wells stands among 13… Continue reading
From first mortgages to DIY remodels, Seattle home buyers are increasingly going it alone.
Contradictions and conflict at the music industry's buzzing tech event.
An aggrieved citizen turns the tables on his tormentors by exposing them on the Web.
Can the Hahn Building be saved?
The idea of a 'commerce corridor,' an enormous toll highway through Western Washington, just won't die.
The Democrats have chosen someone to respond to the State of the Union address, and that person is our Republican governor.
Weeks after it opened, the influence of Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ is still being felt. According to conservative media watchdogs, the film's… Continue reading