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Stories for April 21, 2011
Eating on the Edge: The fast-food chain Jollibee, ubiquitous in much of Asia, has stores in only five U.S. states, and nowhere else in the western world. So to see what's behind the success of this Filipino favorite (one hint: fried chicken), head to the mall at Southcenter.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
An advocate for recruiting some principals from outside classrooms gets his idea slapped down hard in Olympia.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Approximately 40 percent of the city is now minority, and Bellevue has the highest percentage of Asian residents of any city in Washington state.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Take your pick from tomes about the rising popularity of Italian cooking, the virtues of 'eating in,' or the transformation of a Capitol Hill restaurateur into a rural farmer and cheesemaker.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The mayor, the council, the business community: Does anybody think about holding off on offering their great ideas? And what about some word of thanks for jobs often well done?READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Media roundup: With Washington's legislature almost certain to go into a special session, commentary is focusing on the time and expense the lawmakers will use reaching agreement on a state budget.READ MORE COMMENT NOW