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Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn is turning his attention toward Seattle's tech community, which he's going to promote by hiring a liaison to interact with tech startups and market the city as a technology hub. Comment?
Not too many years ago, Brandon Roy was putting on awe-inspiring dunking exhibitions for his classmates during lunchtime while attending Garfield High School. Comment?
Aside from Mother's Day and astonishingly lovely weather, mid-May in Seattle means its once again time for Seattle Beer Week . Comment?
As one WSB commenter put it after the kerfuffle earlier this week over the removal of the Easy Street Records awning , the big question was - what next? At the time, ESR owner Matt Vaughan said he didn't know - it was up to the "landlord," who was the one who decided to take it down. Comment?
... bill. It's not clear when the House will bring the measure up for a vote. Tanya Snyder became Streetsblog's Capitol Hill editor in September 2010 after covering Congress for Pacifica and public radio. She lives car-free in a transit-oriented and ... Comment?
... beer-pairing dinners. This year, many Tom Douglas restaurants host several events. Roberts, co-owner of the Capitol Hill craft-beer bar Pine Box, and his beer buddies Matt Younts and Mike Baker, got the idea six years ago after hitting the famous ... Comment?
At age 80, Bill Ruckelshaus still remembers those pro-environment days in the early 1970s, when his old Republican boss, then-President Richard Nixon, urged Americans to make peace with nature and his party joined Democrats to pass laws protecting the air and water. Comment?
... Beer makes up 48 percent of all alcohol purchases by folks who live in this neighborhood. Georgetown edged out Capitol Hill South and Lower Queen Anne for the win. College kids may be broke, but they have their priorities. U-District residents ... Comment?
A car burst into flames Thursday morning after it was struck by another vehicle and crashed into a fuel pump at a Seattle gas station, officials said. Comment?
In a case that has caught the attention of the federal monitor overseeing department reforms, Seattle police acknowledged Wednesday that they have no video record of a February encounter in which officers fatally shot a mentally disturbed man in North Seattle. Comment?
A family business with a history of odor complaints is applying for a permit to mix solids left over from sewage treatment with soil, apparently to make fertilizer. Comment?
A proposal to rename a 0.7 mile stretch of 19th Ave and 19th Ave E to honor a longtime leader of the Mt. Comment?
Richard Read covers technology, social media, advertising, legal issues, and other auto industry topics for High Gear Media. Comment?
Outside of Seattle, that's a popular line of thought now that it appears the Chris Hansen group won't be allowed to purchase and relocate the Sacramento Kings. Comment?
Covering the legal, political and social changes in Seattle and Washington as marijuana becomes legal to buy and possess. Comment?
This weekend's start of boating season is prompting the Washington Department of Transportation to sound the bosun's pipe alerting motorists who drive the state Route 520 Bridge and surrounding streets in Seattle. Comment?
On the 50th anniversary of the summiting of Mt. Everest by the first American, King County Executive Dow Constantine announced on Wednesday, May 1 that three trails in Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park would be renamed in honor of West Seattle native and legendary climber Jim Whittaker and his climbing partner, Sherpa Nawang Gombu. Comment?
Anchorage, Alaska Residents and visitors in the Seattle area are in for a culinary treat, May 3-4 when the Midnight Sun Cuisine food truck visits downtown Seattle serving dishes highlighting Alaska salmon and king crab, bison, Yukon Gold Potatoes and more. Comment?
Cycling advocates say he was an experienced cyclist who routinely rode the corridor on East Marginal Way South to work. Comment?
This weekend's start of boating season is prompting the Washington Department of Transportation to sound the bosun's pipe alerting motorists who drive the State Route 520 Bridge and surrounding streets in Seattle. Comment?