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The primary results have set up a faceoff between experience and barely restrained energy. Losing out: the sustainability candidate. Oh, Portlandia, how could you?READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
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Caffeinated news & gossip starring: U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers vs. President Obama; Nick Licata vs. towing companies; all the 36th District candidates vs. each other, and more.READ MORE 18 COMMENTS
Village Theatre's production of 'The Producers' is spot-on, thanks to fabulous actors and Mel Brooks' unflinching genius.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
After businesses have spent already millions, Washington's high court is about to review the voter-approved measure disbanding Washington's liquor store system. Some states have courts review measures before a public vote. Does California have a better idea?READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
A new report on the city's economy turns up some good news, and some shocks and mysteries.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS