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Yet again, turnout was lowest among WA's young voters. Why?
December 7, 2022
Shelved since 2018, this WA gun law may finally be implemented soon
Breaking down Seattle's $7.4B final budget
Seattle narrowly approves ranked-choice voting
After 20 years, Braden Abraham takes his final bow at Seattle Rep
December 5, 2022
ArtSEA: Minimalist pleasures in a maximalist holiday season
Things to do in Seattle this December — even for Scrooges
Meet the Chehalis artist weaving a new Native narrative
Feds said salmon is safe to eat — but didn't consider Native diets
Oregon Public Broadcasting & ProPublica
December 7, 2022
A decade after 'I do,' we revisit WA's first legally wed gay couples
Out & Back: Activist Alison Mariella Désir finds her PNW community
Wenatchee's Drag Queen Story Hour met with enthusiasm, protests
Herrings are swimming back to the Salish Sea
December 1, 2022
Bear with us: Grizzlies may be coming back to the North Cascades
Gov. Inslee plans to ban gas-powered cars by 2035. Is it doable?
Noisy ships are sending beluga whales into a tailspin
Out & Back with Alison Mariella Désir
Meaning Through Movement
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Out & Back with Alison Mariella Désir
Frank Waldron & the Jackson Street Jazz Scene
The Power of Politics: How to Win the Game and Get Things Done
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Green Acre Radio: Can coffee marketing boost rain garden movement?
Crosscut Tout: A 'triumph' of Handel
Weekend Tech Scan: A Microsoft misstep
Midday Scan: The history-in-the-news edition
Health-care debate: a chance to get past paralysis
A busy week for activist judges, carving up Obama's health care law
A Mariners book: Want to torture yourself with their history?
A vexing debate over saving Harborview Hall
Seattle Weekender: Schmooze with authors, eat books, and nerd out at Comicon
Inslee inches away from the teachers' party line
Are neighborhoods too privileged in Seattle land-use debates?
Midday Scan: McGinn may be limiting his play dates on police issue
For the Mariners, it's time to get back to the U.S.
In loss, Mariners return to their weak-hitting ways
M's Mike Carp makes early trip to disabled list
Crosscut Membership Drive: join me at our civic cafe
Foot-kissing at Lowell School and 'The Death of Common Sense'
Green Acre Radio: Aki Kurose's middle schoolers learn healthy cooking
Bill Ruckelshaus: Watergate and me
Japan's survivors bring new dimension to Mariners' opener
Midday Scan: Marriage equality opponents divide and conquer in national campaign
In middle of frenzy at home, Ichiro hits all the right notes
Ichiro leads Mariners to Opening Day win
Spring Membership Drive: a matching grant and drawing for dance tickets at Meany
Northgate Mall: battleground for transit and planning issues
Where would Jesus bank?
The Gates Foundation opens its gates, or a few windows
3/11: The disaster that haunts Japan
M's Eric Wedge makes an awkwardly rushed visit to earthquake center
A dream deferred: Showdown nears over Seattle's long-delayed World School
Midday Scan: Washington 'a profile in female-political representation'
New business association focuses on Asia
Inslee risks historic misstep with emphasis on federal health care
How to burst onto the art scene after raising a family
Three years after, what remains of the P-I?
Crosscut turns 5; please help in this Spring Membership drive
Japanese baseball: An American hottie is still a cultural challenge
Midday Scan: McKenna's burden vs. Inslee's slow start
Art Thiel: Mariners lose 2nd game to Japanese teams
The Burke Museum's mystery vessel
Cities ought to embrace street life, including sandwich boards
Beloved in Japan: Ichiro decision just gets more difficult for Mariners
Bellevue's high-end development sold to NYC investors
Mariners' notes: New infielder Kawasaki is the un-Ichiro
Catherine Cabeen: a top-tier dance talent in Seattle
Art Thiel: M's owner is no-show even when team comes to Japan
Weekend Tech Scan: 'Hunger Games' and 'Mad Men' have got game
A 'massive fiscal cliff' coming next December
Midday Scan: Smith Tower sold; Cougs find out Leach wants work; senior year blues in Tacoma
Art Thiel in Japan: Fun at home? The pressure is on Ichiro
Ichiro is back in first spot (at Tokyo airport)
Crosscut Tout: Gerhard Richter, painter and shape-shifter
Washington state debates how to spend the feds' big rail bucks
Winners and losers: Romney is Etch-ed; Newt gets sensitive; sympathy for the sergeant in Afghan case
Hold the romance: A play about women turns on a friendship
Desperate caregivers find natural allies in graying baby boomers
Seattle Weekender: Northwest poetry and beer, the Americanization of India, and an old German man paints
Crosscut Tout: Tallis Scholars in a fine new venue
The Mariners' long, strange trip back to futility
Midday Scan: Allen's generosity; creativity in budgeting; backpedaling for anti-abortion legislators
A documentary worthy of Seattle's shining moment
Would you buy a shot of wheatgrass from this man?
Why don't architects speak English?
Washington’s Biggest [Expletive] Newspaper
Paul Allen's most admirable philanthropic venture
Midday Scan: A super-green building for Seattle; tax windfall from pot sales; PTSD questions
Kathleen Flenniken makes poetry out of Cold War Hanford
Coal port advocates narrow the range of environmental impacts
New musical upends the traditional marriage plot
A long slog back for local housing values
Finding strength to forgive the unforgivable
Washington lawmakers brace for Obamacare with new health insurance exchange
Midday Scan: Attack of the ultrasound lobby; OR as political bellwether; Reuven Carlyle's personal blog
Inside Politics 2012: It's the gas prices, stupid!
Air France's fling with Seattle is ending
Listening to the 'hidden nation' of the unemployed
Ballard kimchee factory foments a return to fermentation
Two boffo new works at Pacific Northwest Ballet
Midday Scan: War criminal or victim?; OR Dem crosses the aisle; Uneasy silence from Eyman
Memorable fiascos of Seattle's 1962 world's fair
For Columbia River Crossing, Coast Guard objections are just the beginning
Seattle and Vancouver still no match for Portland's laissez-faire food cart scene
Boeing's Italian connection
Weekend Tech Scan: The new iPad - Give it a 'B'
Greek myth goes online in frantic, fascinating one-woman-show
iPad3, You complete me
Midday Scan: The GOP as Don Draper; Reardon's new accuser; Congressperson for a month?
A coalition of the willing wants more say on a new superintendent
Green Acre Radio: Doctor & Nobel nominee says Fukushima is 3X worse than Chernobyl
Winners and Losers: Republicans can't shake Romney; Inslee circles the wagons
The Space Needle picks up the tab for a show on small restaurants
Seattle Weekender: Washington's Poet Laureate debuts; Carol Channing shines once more; and art provides hope
Midday Scan: WA's child shooting backlash; Gay marriage repeal goes grassroots; Obama's Washingtonian friends
Can big ideas still trump big money in elections?
Is religion itself a lost soul?
Lessons in adaptive reuse from a Croatian palace
Tweet me up, Nordy's Rack
Midday Scan: A bold move for human rights; gay marriage scores; Inslee dodges special election
King Street Station to put rail money to work
Behind the judge's decision to change marriage ballot title
Saving Seattle's glass house from stones
They call it 'public transit' but some riders get left behind
Legislature to businesses: No sidestepping those liquor taxes
Saunders shaping up to be next big thing for the Ms
Midday Scan: Inslee draws fire; City Light experiments in Ballard; Divorce Alaska-style
Southeast Seattle's long, hot winter of violence
Head in the sand: Beckett play warns against blissful ignorance
Washington's non-profit safety net dilemma
A big city needs more in the way of environmental emphasis
Milwaukee owes us one
Romar should take a lesson from the NCAA's Husky snub
Midday Scan: Inslee comes marching home; underfunding road projects
New, unwise military interventions threaten to entrap U.S.
All Hail, Miss Seattle
The Zarelli budget: a bombshell in state politics
Advice to budget writers: Cut the sustainability rhetoric
Weekend Tech Scan: Decisions, decisions: Buy the new iPad? Password-protect your smartphone?
Midday Scan: Tacoma scores Seattle's port business; could 'Hawks score Peyton?
'Making Mends' at BAM: healing and more
Crosscut Tout: Barça vs. Madrid
Green Acre Radio: A beaver dam near Northgate
Bad: No more Norm Dicks. Good: No Dennis Kucinich here.
The danger beneath Seattle: echoes of Japan
The Weekender: Sarah Vowell, Hip-hop for the Homeless, and The Devil v. C.S. Lewis
Can technology solve cities' problems?
Midday Scan: The abridged edition
Media chatter misses the key: a tough Obama-Romney race
Daylight Savings Time creep has an unnatural feeling to it
Hipper than thou: A Cap Hill restaurant's struggle with authenticity
Sorry, Seafair, I know Rio, and you're no carnaval
A few spots available for Crosscut Food Forest tour
Crosscut Tout: Bach's other great passion
Forget GOP battles: It's Super Wednesday for sports fans
Midday Scan: State GOP outs itself on education
Study questions coal's value to Bellingham
Remembering David Ishii, Bookseller
Mission impossible? Creating a believable, funny GOP candidate
Seattle's global health powerhouses turn their attention to south King County
Extra! Extra! Planetary salvation! P-I Globe being preserved
Midday Scan: The budget coup edition
Dance company retains vision despite loss of its founder
Why a new invasion of tankers threatens Northwest waters
Beyond birth control: How everyone could choose on health care
Midday Scan: Olympia D's enter hell's final circle; why Romney won; and snow makes a new ballot run
Voters expect Olympia, D.C. to get to work
Norm Dicks and 'The Great Consensus'
Striking show on homeless families opens
Seattle Central film students running out of hope
BP's Cherry Point operations: More than a fire investigation is needed
Weekend Tech Scan: AT&T slams the door on unlimited data plans
Seattle Opera revives, freshens 'Orphee et Eurydice'
Portland troupe marries dance and oral fixation
MIdday Scan: Dicks departs; Saturday's vote; Olympia approaching the wire
Environmentalists on edge as Legislature nears an end
Strong talent infuses 'Red' with Rothko's emotional intensity
Winners & Losers: Romney stays afloat, Washington's GOP head gets pampered
The many lives and names of a woman journalist
The lamprey, close to extinction, could bring down NW salmon too
UW, WSU agree on greater control over building funds
Seattle Weekender: Save people by drinking beer; stand up economics; and 'Pee-wee's Big Adventure'
Midday Scan: A freshman mistake for lawmakers; zombie Kucinich; cheapskates anonymous