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Update: Bellingham Mayor Dan Pike today announced his opposition to plans for a coal port near the city. Earlier in the week, the growing debate over the global warming implications of shipping coal to China brought big turnouts to meetings there.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
While Seattle plays around on the margins, LA, Cincinnati, and San Francisco are taking big bites out of big apples. Their secrets: fast timetables, cross-sectoral coordination, and steamroller centrism.READ MORE 12 COMMENTS
The fancy Spanish restaurant, just a couple of years old, can't make a go of it in Seattle's gritty downtown neighborhood. Its closure follows the failure of Cascadia in the same location.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Experimenting with puppets and cartoon stereotypes, a new multimedia play confronts the challenges faced by people with hybrid ethnic identities.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
A better Seattle? A plea for more bike paths, nightlife, and outdoor eating.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Bringing a new approach to the seminal ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet turned to scholars who helped interpret 19th-century notes and a bar-by-bar storyboard of its steps.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Gov. Gregoire's sweeping reform proposal never went anywhere, but it did spur other bills. Efforts to fund the flagging system ran afoul of Republican opposition. A long-term solution proved impossible.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS