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Community Idea Lab
The winner of Crosscut's Community Idea Lab is making his idea a reality.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
At a presentation of best practices yesterday, the council announced it will postpone the creation of new rules to address Seattle's affordable housing drought.READ MORE 33 COMMENTS
How can the Seattle area use its tech boom as an asset to improve inequality and engagement in the Seattle area?READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Winners: Future entrepreneurs of the Central District, Michael Arrington's quick tongue, the citizens of King County.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Study up for tonight's Community Idea Lab with a collection of articles about Seattle's role in the heated debate on tech and inequality.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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We're the birthplace of the $15 minimum wage and middle-out economics. Is there something in the water?READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
The folks behind Santa Clara University's Internet ethics program aren't waiting around to find out.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
As part of Crosscut's Community Idea Lab, we highlight three programs diversifying Seattle's tech workforce.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Rents are rising, tech gears are grinding. Can the neighborhood keep its creative juices flowing?READ MORE 12 COMMENTS
Fresh from its minimum wage decision, the City Council wants to find a way to keep Seattle affordable.READ MORE 55 COMMENTS
As the city reviews its current housing programs, Geoff Spelman recounts four decades of affordable housing initiatives.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
Recent stats from the U.S. Census Bureau show Seattle growing faster than any other major U.S. city. Or do they?READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: GOP jockey changes horses. Hansen clings to hoop dreams. Bad news for life on Earth.
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