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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?
Tom DeLay is on his way out. Last week, "The Hammer" even apologized—sort of—for appearing to endorse violence against federal judges. He has run out… Continue reading
Who needs Initiative 200? The workplace is already correcting affirmative action's excesses.
I watched James Elledge die in Walla Walla.
At the world championship of Magic, professional role-playing is an extreme (and lucrative) sport.
In Seattle, the housing levy wins; statewide, voters support female judicial candidates
While the state, feds, and shippers wrestle over how to prevent an oil-spill catastrophe, a stopgap "windfall" solution appears.
What Bill Gates and Warren Buffett can teach Maria Cantwell and Christine Gregoire.
The bunt single and overplayed song that embodied the Mariners' big day.
The changing face of the Seattle Times family.
A strike at Seattle's daily newspapers turns reporters into newsmakers.