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Stories for March 17, 2011
The Sounders lose their opener to LA, a team better suited for these too-early starts. But Seattle is a team built to be a serious contender, and it showed.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
But as it plans the indie-rock event, STG is still raising money to refurbish the historic University District movie house. It plans a 'soft opening' this summer with a grand re-opening set for the fall.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The state is growing vigorously, all across the landscape. Hopes of urban concentration are not being realized, with some exceptions.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
The work, featuring the torments and fantasies of a tenor about to sing "The Messiah," is having its world premiere in Seattle. There's another performance today (March 17) at 2 pm at the Frye.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
As we shape our region's growth post-Recession, let's aim for government that is well-designed, cheap, and useful.READ MORE 17 COMMENTS
Pioneer Square is supposed to be recovering. Now comes the city to impose higher rates and longer hours for street parking. Merchants and residents are left to wonder whether this is supposed to help.READ MORE 10 COMMENTS