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Stories for Dec. 18, 2012
Seattle's favorite Iron Chef opens her third restaurant. This time with pasta.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Tensions between Washington state Democrats and Republicans reared their heads Monday at a meeting of the committee dedicated to adequately funding K-12 education.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Despite its nearly 50-year run, 'Fiddler on the Roof' still feels timely. In fact, very much so.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Facing eviction next spring from its Stewart Street terminal, Greyhound has come up against an unlikely roadblock in its search for a new Seattle home. It's a standoff the city has seen before.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS