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Remarkably, last month, our Legislature passed a transportation bill, a long-stalled package that will provide for money to replace the Alaskan Way Viaduct and the… Continue reading
THE DIRTY LITTLE secret and the bright, shining hope of the upcoming crop of transportation measures is—pardon me while I say the word—tolls. The dirty… Continue reading
Dave Reichert, now in Congress, also is among the defendants.
If you want a fat-laden, rain forest-chomping McBurger, you still won't be able to get it in the International District, thanks to a valiant culinary… Continue reading
From a slaughterhouse to a vegan house, a carnivore seeks the middle path to ethical eating.
Whose conspiracy theory to believe: the official one, involving Ahmed Ressam, or those of possible crackpots?
Edsonya Charles and Tom Carr compete to be city attorney.
Meanwhile, Bush has exploited the memory of 9/11 victims at every turn.
HE'S SICK. Now that every major media player in the country has expressed its pious outrage over Dan Savage's caucus shenanigans, we can all agree… Continue reading
I KNEW TYREE SCOTT, but this, in itself, was not remarkable. Over a civic history that touched five decades, almost every progressive political activist in… Continue reading
The yell-leading Amazon.com won't let you hear.
'Nature's wisdom' is on display at a world's fair in Japan. But Bush's America is not keen on nature, wants to run the world, and hates fairs.
Events of note for the week of May 24-30, 2006.
Mike Siegel in alien territory.
What you don't know about the medicine might hurt you.
Beer and loathing, college-style.
When King County cops brought a TV news crew to Will Miller's arrest, they busted the Fourth Amendment too.
I knew Harry Potter was a cheeky bastard; it's the quiet ones that always try to pull the wool over your eyes. Charming little whimsical… Continue reading