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Stories for April 24, 2012
A coalition of homeless advocacy groups are occupying Westlake Park in an effort to bring attention to what they describe as the ineffectiveness of King County's Committee to End Homelessness.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Boeing eyes ways to expand production in Everett. Meanwhile, Alaska and its oil companies are looking more and more like some bizarre Downton Abbey metaphor and Washington's public schools are faced with shrinking budgets.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
A real estate expert explains how these old work districts fit the needs of new creative workers better than the sleek tech zones such as South Lake Union. One reason: small blocks.READ MORE 10 COMMENTS
The UW Center for Human Rights and immigrant community advocates at OneAmerica charge that Latino groups live in a climate of fear produced by racial profiling and other Border Patrol practices.READ MORE 14 COMMENTS
How to think about preserving culture while the city swells. Some principles: Pay attention to NIMBYs, who are sometimes right. Not all density is good (or bad). And we can't have too much sense of place and history.READ MORE 23 COMMENTS
Flip Side: Stop worrying about someone stealing your miserable identity. Foist it off on some poor jerk.READ MORE COMMENT NOW