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Stories for Dec. 20, 2011
After laying out its plan for a financial and artistic makeover last month, the Intiman Theatre released a new (and quickly approaching) deadline for its funding appeal this week. But can the theatre's last-ditch effort reinvigorate weary patrons and already-burdened philanthropists?READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Seattle is changing. That's cool. But losing David Horsey to LA. Please, we still haven't recovered from Boeing's move to Chicago. McGinn, meanwhile, eases off the criticism of the feds' report on police.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The bus line is losing its home on the north edge of downtown. Is a move to Pioneer Square's King Street Station the best choice, and perhaps the only way to keep the intercity service in Seattle?READ MORE 38 COMMENTS
Last week's City Council vote to increase housing density in Seattle's Roosevelt neighborhood created a heated local debate. Is there a prescription for talking productively and openly about dense, sustainable development?READ MORE 16 COMMENTS
During the Velvet Revolution, the late Czech leader's speech was irresistible, even if you didn't understand the words. Then the crowd broke into a long-forbidden song.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
As the number of people without coverage rises, hospitals face the surging costs of uncompensated care. Insurance commissioner Mike Kreidler released the disturbing statistics, but the reality can also be seen when a uniformed service member waits with family members for ER care.READ MORE COMMENT NOW