A powerful adaptation of the Jon Krakauer book heads deep into the Alaska wilderness and produces a film that is exhilarating and majestic and devastating.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
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Stories for Oct. 3, 2007
The big, flawed PBS miniseries has the positive effect of making us consider again how so many accepted an unjust action against Japanese Americans.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
The energetic city commissioner minces no words about how important the arts should be and how unsustainable the current method of funding has become. He spells out plans for Stumptown in this Crosscut interview.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Fifty years ago, the launch of the first satellite changed the world, but one of the places that felt the impact most was Seattle. Not only did the orbiter alter the city's course, it influenced the generation of world-shapers that includes Bill Gates and Paul Allen.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
An unidentified man from Yemen is being held at the federal Northwest Detention Center and awaits deportation. It could be a long wait. He's in a bureaucratic Catch-22 that requires him to formally request to be deported. Meanwhile, he holds occasional hunger strikes. So who is he? By law, authorities cannot say.READ MORE COMMENT NOW