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Stories for Oct. 19, 2011
The imaginative programming of Stephen Stubbs' Pacific MusicWorks holds its debut concert in its new home, the former First United Methodist Church in downtown Seattle. Here's a preview.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
King 5's hackathon last weekend was the first event organized by a major broadcasting company to code innovative new programs to deliver and gather news. But will the winners of this weekend's ideas conference just fizzle out like other hackathon projects?READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Immigration dilemma in Washington state; Karl Rove's money-generating presence; liquor ads spilling out all over; potatoes for all school children; Hanford: earthquake prone nuclear site?READ MORE COMMENT NOW
With the boom of the Northwest's local food movement, a new kind of vacation has emerged. More and more farmers are converting spare rooms into guest rooms, and offering city-dwellers a taste of farm life -- chickens and all.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
The conflict between creating jobs and protecting natural resources has raged before in Bellingham and Western Washington. The biggest battle required decisive intervention by a Republican to save the environment.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
Questions surround the construction of a glassification plant. Will a cleanup plan create new nuclear dangers?READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
"Something in the Water" will give PBS audiences a glimpse into what keeps creative music coming from Seattle.READ MORE COMMENT NOW