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Stories for Jan. 9, 2013
Where the mayor announced his re-election bid today says it all -- about issues and accomplishments to emphasize, and those he hopes some people will ignore.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
The Portland-based choral group brings a new take on a Rachmaninoff score ruled "too modern" to be performed in the church.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Seattle Weekly has found a buyer. Will the Sacramento Kings please let a buyer from Seattle take over? Mayor Mike McGinn says he wants to keep his job.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
How Mary Ann Gwinn reads so many books -- more than a few of them Diamond's -- and still manages to find time for her book club.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Development can be a friend to preservation, as a Tom Douglas restaurant has shown. But a lot is at risk.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
Pastor Tim Gaydos recently shepherded his congregation into its new downtown location, but it's his openness and community outreach that has become his trademark.READ MORE 12 COMMENTS
The light rail system lacks one thing: an information system that works for someone who doesn't already know how to get around here.READ MORE 41 COMMENTS