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Stories for March 20, 2013
Bill Ptacek believes libraries are about more than books. Still, he's not afraid to recommend a few.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: Better jobs numbers. McGinn's transportation bragging rights. Pot growing goes public.
Legislature gets long-awaited report shows flatlined revenue. Would you like some weed with those oysters?READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: The average family can't afford a craftsman style home on Capitol Hill. Who are you to fault them for choosing the environmentally-friendly, well-designed modern row house?READ MORE 68 COMMENTS
Bellevue's mosque is packed to the gills with worshippers from around the world. Thank goodness for parking lot ecumenicalism. A Crosscut collaboration with Seattle magazine.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Many arrive and prosper on the Eastside, but few want to run for office. That’s starting to change. A Crosscut collaboration with Seattle magazine.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
It turns out that in politics, doing the Puyallup isn't real friendly. A deputy mayor reaches out to try to block a former election foe.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
In a Crosscut collaboration with Seattle magazine, Eric Scigliano explores why so many immigrants find the road to the American Dream runs through Bellevue and Redmond.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
Officials are worried that the proliferation of private liquor sales has led to more chances for underage theft. But no officials have hard numbers on the scope of the problem.READ MORE 10 COMMENTS
When Scoop Jackson wrote the Environmental Protection Act, no one could have imagined how the Internet would empower activists to dig into something like coal exports.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
This is the second week of Crosscut's spring membership drive. We need 412 new or renewing members by 4/12. Please donate today.READ MORE COMMENT NOW