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Stories for Nov. 6, 2012
Weird costumes and bombastic style overwhelm the classic tale of love and intrigue.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Crosscut Editor Berit Anderson visited ballot drop-off points and polling places downtown on Election Day to talk with Seattleites about why and what they were voting for.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Trolling the web so you don't have to, to bring you news for your evening commute.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
The WSU Cougars' coach, Mike Leach, saw criticism this weekend after he humiliated his players on national TV. The trick: He knew exactly what he was doing.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
My Tam Nguyen, 28, talks about surviving cancer, getting her U.S. citizenship and being able to vote for the first time.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Crosscut raises new funds to resume growth; readership grows by 15 percent in October.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
The city is promoting night life, but leaving the owners of the clubs in a position where they feel they have to carry more of the public safety burden.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Spokane reclaimed the falls that made it a gathering place, created a new downtown, and began to look at a new idea: recycling.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS