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Stories for Sept. 23, 2011
Ludovic Morlot shows his chops with the SSO, with the players responding with warmth and enthusiasm to his energy in the first two concerts of the new season. A new era is well begun.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
Does a proposal really help the people, or just score political points? When this trusty standard is applied to Obama's jobs bill and Seattle's car-tabs measure, both flunk the test.READ MORE 28 COMMENTS
Poker games with revenues in Olympia; why the lobbyists love Patty Murray even more than usual; high pay for profs; recognizing the Duwamish Tribe; and a history lesson for Obama, while "visiting" Seattle.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The book was terrific, but I found myself wondering if other viewers were enjoying the movie the way I was.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
A innovative program has been providing legal help for struggling families to deal with health-related disparities. It seems to have worked fine, but now funding has come to an end.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
The county prepares to welcome fast-shuffling, TV-style digital billboards. But Tacoma tells Clear Channel to take a hike and turn out the lights.READ MORE 13 COMMENTS
At Seattle Art Museum, a piece with peculiar power hangs in a Northwest Native art display case. A tour with a curator helps our writer learn why this object, more than all others, speaks to him, fully alive, across the cultures.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS