Art Thiel in Japan: Members of the Mariners and Oakland A's come to the devastated community of Ishinomaki and saw how shocking the toll remains. A small gesture, the visit was far better than doing nothing.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
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Stories for March 27, 2012
Art Thiel in Japan: On a hurried trip, the Seattle Mariners' manager and several players made time to visit Little Leaguers in a city devastated by both earthquake and tsunami. Update: Mariners release full roster.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The Seattle district may soon revive its commitment to a central multilingual high school -- or send refugee students and their teachers bouncing across the city again.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Women serving in public office in Washington have been as "consistent as rain," from the first female governor, elbow-throwing Dixy Lee Ray, to current legislators such as the irascible Democratic state Sen. Mary Margaret Haugen, who panders to nobody.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Now a website only, SeattlePI.com is surviving as "a quasi-national medium with a local bent" and a small (and shrinking) staff. Lately, some big names have departed without being replaced.READ MORE 28 COMMENTS
Works at Seattle's Patricia Rovzar Gallery capture why the Bay Area's Ursula O'Farrell became a hit after concentrating on marriage and children. She has drawn on her own life, relationships, studies, but even O'Farrell wonders what comes next in her art.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Voters judge candidates for governor on the basis of how well they can manage the state's business. Yet, Jay Inslee's campaign keeps going after Rob McKenna over a complex federal issue.READ MORE 23 COMMENTS
There's gold, or dollars, that can be made with apps and more traded across the Pacific.READ MORE COMMENT NOW