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The Seattle choreography ingenue talks with Crosscut about insecurity, sex appeal and the power of brevity.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Most of Gov. Chris Gregoire's final speech to the state Legislature was broadly applauded. But not all.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Under federal health care reforms, the state could provide more health care coverage while improving its finances.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
Commentary: The sale of the Seattle Weekly confirms a disturbing trend: Washington's titans are too busy creating global juggernauts to worry about the state of local media.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Longtime Seattle journalist Shelby Scates was a titan of a better age of newspapers and a bygone generation of reporters that made a crucial difference in our politics.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS