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The Daily Troll: Dollars for southend schools. A better 3rd Avenue? Heart, Quincy Jones win rock honor.
What, we can actually win Race to the Top money for local schools? McGinn, Constantine team up on 3rd Avenue safety. The Rock Hall of Fame recognizes Seattle greats.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
When it comes to leash laws and not following them, police and park rangers aren't the only enforcers.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
The Nordic Heritage Museum explores whether Scandinavian kitsch strikes a chord in those who view it.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Urban soul is like porn, you know when you see it. It's hard to define, hard to create, impossible to codify. Yet it exists.READ MORE 19 COMMENTS
Seattle merges into the super-flexible car-share lane: why one-way is the way to go.READ MORE 25 COMMENTS
Washington state is looking for numbers to get a handle on the widely varied needs around the state.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
World Dance Party bridges the gaps between ethnic groups and generations in Seattle's (some say America's) most diverse neighborhood. Now can it get the rest of the world dancing?READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Neighborhoods pump as much life, if not more, into Seattle than downtown. But they need nurturing and protection.READ MORE 17 COMMENTS
The city is promoting night life, but leaving the owners of the clubs in a position where they feel they have to carry more of the public safety burden.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
The economy is mandating a return to smarter, community-oriented growth.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
Once a strong Republican enclave, the Eastside is undergoing a shift from Red to Blue. But it's also incubating a new, centrist shade featuring pragmatic and aggressive political centrism that opens opportunity for Democrats, the GOP and independents.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
Art Thiel probes the issues with the Seattle Mariners' CEO Howard Lincoln and the club's legal counsel, Bart Waldman.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
In an exclusive interview, M's CEO Howard Lincoln explains the team's position against the arena, a stand that has generated fury among many Seattle sports fans.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
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