On Sunday (Feb. 26), a totem pole carved by the Williams family and others to commemorate native woodcarver John T. Williams will be carried in a procession from downtown to Seattle Center, where it will be ceremonially raised at its permanent home. The public is invited.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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Stories for Feb. 24, 2012
In Washington, a group of non-profits and volunteers has come together to rebuild Seattle's forests and rescue native trees from invasive species.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
It's been a difficult week because of two shootings. Renewed application for a coal project. Smarter paving for the future? And possible health care solutions.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Art specialist Richard Brettell explains the significance of SAM's new Gauguin exhibit, Gauguin and Polynesia: An Elusive Paradise.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Once upon a time, the ideal in city zoning was thought to be a pattern in which each activity had its own place: industry beside other industries, homes by themselves, businesses all grouped into commercial centers. But we gain by the kind of mixtures we experience riding around the city.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
The week's winners and losers: Rick Santorum hurt himself by admitting to engaging in, gasp, team play and compromise. Tacoma, don't you realize Seattle is proud of its plunder?READ MORE 5 COMMENTS