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Stories for April 26, 2012
Crosscut's guide to a culturally enriching weekend in the city. Or at least some fun.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Washington's new liquor scene sees the entre of mini-marts and gas stations. Meanwhile Rob McKenna flip-flops like a dying fish on women's reproductive rights, but lobbyists still put their money on him.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
In the past, presidential candidates have acted as the "Chosen One," the person who would usher in a new era and irrevocably change the way America works. But this election no such candidate is present. And maybe that's a good thing.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
In Whatcom County, the park that would be Washington's biggest, is inching closer to reality. Even as local politicians arm wrestle over its future.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Holland's government falls and France sends the president into a runoff. Will new voices emerge? Welcome back to the Euro Crisis.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Watch "Incendiary," anti-death penalty documentary, on the big screen in downtown Seattle, thanks to Tugg, a new online service.READ MORE COMMENT NOW