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Stories for Jan. 31, 2012
Anti-abortion activism has caused estrangement of two agencies serving women's health needs. Caught in the middle: women in Washington and Idaho served by breast-cancer screenings.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
State newspaper publishers effectively rallied against a bill in the state Legislature that would have favored a new publisher with roots in the foreclosure industry.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
What happens when the Legislature and governor keep cutting higher ed? Surprise (or not): Other states notice and start looking to raid the faculty.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
What do foreclosure notices and publishing community newspapers have to do with each other? Quite a bit, particularly for a publisher of three Washington papers.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
The Seattle Chamber Music Society's new director, James Ehnes, may seem young, but he's also talented, knowledgeable, determined, and diplomatic.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
A group of neighbors contested the location of the Crisis Solutions Center in the Jackson Place community. King County Superior Court ruled in DESC's favor, but the delay (and cost to taxpayers) continues.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Some reviewers puzzle over how a priest can be a playwright, and one who has a way with profanity. But Bill Cain is both a Jesuit priest and a playwright whose latest work is nearing the end of a run at Seattle Rep.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
'Local Brew' delivers real laughs and captures real Seattle moments. Best of all, it revives the shambolic, do-it-yourself spirit that made Seattle fun.READ MORE COMMENT NOW