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Stories for April 20, 2012
Next week's Festival of Preaching NW will feature nationally-reknowned preachers and teachers, not to mention a few outstanding choral groups.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Peter Callaghan takes a less rosy approach to World's Fair writing. In other news the spotlight is on the superintendent search, where more info is coming to light about the three candidates, and the Occupy movement has found a new target.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
In a move to appeal to younger travelers, a cadre of Seattle's more modern hotels are trading ornate chandeliers for more casual dining experiences.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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Winners and losers: Commies with errant missles, hookers getting close to the White House, fears of a nuclear test. And all of it while Seattle celebrates a 50-year-old event. Is this the Mad Men, Part Deux?READ MORE 1 COMMENTS