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Along Capitol Hill's main drag, small businesses worry that construction will bury everyone but the Gap.
A Roosevelt landlord plays hardball Monopoly with his neighbors.
See you in court
Also: free speech in the armed forces.
The ambassador minced no words in Shoreline in August.
Clothing retailer Abercrombie & Fitch said last week that it is ceasing publication of its magazine, an announcement that left many citizens bewildered and with… Continue reading
MSN filters smut. Or it doesn't. Or does it?
In a world of worms like Mydoom, is Microsoft getting serious about spam? Yes and maybe.
Oregon's delicate pinot noirs fit well with holiday viands.
Angel-themed items are everywhere.
Tim Eyman has ascended to political nirvana—and all we got was this lousy initiative.Yes, the Mukilteo everyman is now a full-time politico. Just a month… Continue reading
WINNERS!Each of these clever sports— all Seattle residents—win dinner for two at fine local restaurants. (Good luck finding dates, people—there's always the classifieds.)Paul Sakai could… Continue reading
In Ukraine, they know how to respond to a rigged election.
Without much ado, Starbucks edges toward 'unwiring' its coffee shops.
Darling, these shoes would look fabulous with that computer you're wearing!
How will the rash of denial-of-service attacks affect Internet security—and personal privacy?