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Stories for Dec. 28, 2012
Even at a high-tech, megaton glass-sorting plant in Seattle, workers must dig in by hand to clean up what we leave on the curbside.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Combining local agriculture and food with a healthy lifestyle could become another aspect of the Seattle brand. Barcelona is one city showing how to do this.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
After nearly three years of planning, Beacon Hill residents are breaking ground on what will be the nation's largest public food forest.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
When the viaduct comes down, Seattle will have a blank slate of high-value, big view public space. Can we make it our own?READ MORE 22 COMMENTS
The Netherlands achieve feats of great civic organization and accomplishment. Seattle should sit up and pay attention.READ MORE 17 COMMENTS