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Stories for Nov. 15, 2011
The Intiman Theater abruptly closed its 2011 season due to cash flow problems. Now the theater has announced a relaunch, but critics wonder whether disgruntled patrons can be mollified enough to gather the $1 million they'll need.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
In Seattle, Occupiers distort a forum. In Portland, though, they leave a destroyed park. Putting the word "marriage" into, well, marriage. The U.S. Supreme Court creates a 2012 wedge issue out of health care, potentially raining on McKenna's sunny poll numbers.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Folk archivist Bob Nelson has been recording Northwest folk songs for almost 60 years. Now, in the spirit of oral tradition, Nelson is giving his collection - the stuff of legends - to the public.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
NPR and its affiliates fire freelancers and dump a music show because of Occupy Wall Street connections. But it treated star host Scott Simon very differently when he took a controversial stand out here.READ MORE 37 COMMENTS
The deadline is coming up fast. So, it's time for Congress to float ideas about how maybe next year would be a better time for making the really hard decisions.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS