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Stories for June 7, 2012
Crosscut's guide to a culturally enriching weekend in the city. Or at least some fun.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
CIty attorneys dispute the reliability of the DOJ report on SPD's routine use of excessive force . . . while their compatriots work with the DOJ to address the (non) problem. Meanwhile, McGinn skips out on the tunnel groundbreaking and DelBene gets the short end of the stick in the 1st Congressional District.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
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Obama's public announcement in support of same-sex marriage has pushed Seattle's black clergy to re-examine their beliefs about morality, marriage and civil rights.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
Eating on the Edge: You can make fried chicken quite fancy, especially if you're an outstanding chef. But for the best taste, you may want something like a little joint in South Seattle.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS