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Fifty years ago, when the Century 21 Exposition opened, a political career was also born that would echo to this day.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Washington's new liquor scene sees the entre of mini-marts and gas stations. Meanwhile Rob McKenna flip-flops like a dying fish on women's reproductive rights, but lobbyists still put their money on him.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Who knew? Washingtonians are three times more likely to carry a concealed weapon than Texans. In other news, the Herald looks at which lawmakers are playing hooky the most and Joel Connelly rebuffs endorsements ... through his own endorsement.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
A new book recalls the 1960s and 70s when the U.S. Senate was able to do things and rise above partisanship. The days of Scoop and Hatfield and Church and Mansfield.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Boeing eyes ways to expand production in Everett. Meanwhile, Alaska and its oil companies are looking more and more like some bizarre Downton Abbey metaphor and Washington's public schools are faced with shrinking budgets.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Spokane eyes plans for a downtown medical campus. Meanwhile, on the fairer side of the mountains, Washington inches slowly toward gay marriage, and Metro throws suburban routes on the cutting room floor.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
A Legacy Luncheon brings back together many who had a hand in the launching of the Fair 50 years ago.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Next week's Festival of Preaching NW will feature nationally-reknowned preachers and teachers, not to mention a few outstanding choral groups.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Peter Callaghan takes a less rosy approach to World's Fair writing. In other news the spotlight is on the superintendent search, where more info is coming to light about the three candidates, and the Occupy movement has found a new target.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Three veterans from the West Coast are in the running. Meanwhile, preparation for the waterfront tunnel is moving forward. A blogger gives a downbeat answer on Seattle's ability to support more sports teams.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Apparently, the 1962 Seattle City Council thought we'd have elected a woman mayor sometime in a half-century, presuming we and the Soviets didn't blow each other to kingdom come. Today's political challenge? Trying to find any differences among north Seattle Democratic candidates.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Join Seattle's coolest do-gooders Wednesday night for the citywide premiere of "Bonsai People," a documentary about Muhammad Yunus, microfinance, and social business.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Seattle journalists score Pulitzer gold just in time for the Space Needle to, literally, go gold.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
A chance for fresh insights and less predictability in our car-bike-bus-train fights.READ MORE COMMENT NOW