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Stories for April 25, 2012
The planned redevelopment of Capitol Hill's signature Bauhaus block highlights the need for more control over the life and death of Seattle's street life.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
With a new contender, on the Columbia River near Boardman, joining the parade, those concerned about widespread impacts are pushing for a comprehensive EIS process that will sweep lots of towns and politicians into an epic debate.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
The author of a new book on the Space Needle gives a talk to those who built Seattle's icon, and how he fell in love with the Needle as a Cub Scout watching the future rise on the horizon.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
The length of and flatness of character in Book-It's new play, "The Art of Racing in the Rain," makes an otherwise-endearing dog story drag painfully.READ MORE COMMENT NOW