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Stories for Dec. 31, 2011
Seattle's Central Business District(CBD) is increasingly spelled SLU. Here's an account of the remarkable, somewhat accidental rise of a hot commercial and residential zone called South Lake Union.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
A recent disruption in ferry service to the San Juan Islands illuminated just how close Washington's ferry system is to the edge. Can a new government task force resuscitate the struggling system?READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
A Seattle writer-attorney restores the heroic legacy of Nisqually Chief Leschi in an historical novel about the 1850s wars in Puget Sound. The book also conveys a sense of the amazing culture that was in place when the white man blundered in.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The eccentric West through the eyes of Seattle's British expat author is a landscape of strange customs, forlorn towns, and back roads. His mantra: "To be alone is to be safe."READ MORE COMMENT NOW
With PlayOn and PlayLater installed on your computer, you can watch and record scads of TV shows and movies, then watch them on your smartphone or tablet anywhere. And yes, it's legal.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS