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While big developers work nearby, Cascade neighborhood residents preserve a block for eco-friendly renovation.
The whistle-blower in the medical-billing scandal has more info.
Finding America at the Antiques Roadshow.
Tech pay isn't what the Times might have you think.
Seattle's remaining tech companies aren't likely to rebound soon, but some are poised to capitalize if new products catch on.
Two local poets on writing and reading, respectively.
PARTYER: Dan DembiczakORGANIZATION: The Male Bonding Experiment.AGENDA: Getting gay guys out of their same-old gay bars and into someplace new. It's not a political thingit's… Continue reading
PARTYER: The Infernal Noise BrigadeORGANIZATION: Black-clad marching band hell-bent on making a wondrous cacophony at political protests in the Northwest and wherever the WTO meets… Continue reading
PARTYER: Tom RasmussenORGANIZATION: Democratic Party.AGENDA: Getting elected to the City Council.BEST STUNT PULLED: Running against the ultimate party pooper and Teen Dance Ordinance supporter Margaret… Continue reading
April 13-19, 2005.
Hawks follow Sonic experience strategy.
A suggested speech for the president.
Dreamers, schemers, and scientists try to catch and cultivate the Northwest's most potent icon.
TIM AND PATTY Crawford have once again stopped work crews on the site of a controversial retirement home that was proposed to be built on… Continue reading