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  1. Who Makes Seattle's Best Sandwich Now?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 23 | The Stranger

    The first step is acceptance. Both the Fremont and Ballard branches of Paseo have closed, and you will never get to eat their signature pork sandwich ever again .


  2. Lunchtime: Worshipping at Georgetown's Tiny Church of SoupRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 17 | The Stranger

    Sorry, Ballard: Seattle is always most beautiful when seen from the south. Even from a neighborhood as relatively close as Georgetown, downtown is a breathtaking sight, a spray of beautiful shining towers peeking over the warehouses and rail yards of South Seattle.


  3. Here's Where to Fill the Paseo-Shaped Vacancy in Your Sandwich HoleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | The Stranger

    The first step is acceptance. Both the Fremont and Ballard branches of Paseo have closed, and you will never get to eat their signature pork sandwich ever again.


  4. The Morning News: Washington Tightens Logging Rules to Prevent Catastrophic MudslidesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | The Stranger

    Forest Board Enacts New Rules on Logging: Eight months after the mudslide in Oso that killed 43 people, state regulators adopted new interim guidelines to require more study of vulnerable sloping landscapes - like the kind in Oso - before logging can proceed, reports KUOW. Environmentalists praised the move; loggers voiced displeasure.


  5. LunchtimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | The Stranger

    Even from a neighborhood as relatively close as Georgetown, downtown is a breathtaking sight, a spray of beautiful shining towers peeking over the warehouses and rail yards of South Seattle. As you're walking to LECT's Soup Stop , downtown's skyscrapers leap out at you from between a line of uninteresting buildings with mildly menacing names printed on them .


  6. Seattle Is Three Cities: The Young, the Not So Young, and the Definitely OldRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 | The Stranger

    Last Thursday, Jamie Lerner spoke at Town Hall . For those who are not familiar with this big name in contemporary urban planning and theory, Lerner is the author of Urban Acupuncture and the man who, in the 1970s, transformed the largest city in Brazil's South Region, Curitiba, into a something like a paradise of public transportation, park systems, multiculturalism, and recycling.


  7. A Restaurant Recommendation for a Vegan Human and a Gluten-Free...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2014 | The Stranger

    They could eat this shimmering kale with saucy vegan mac and cheese, but they'd have to go to St. Dame's in Columbia City to get it. Sometimes people email me for restaurant recommendations.


  8. Seattle Restaurant Week: A How-To for CheapskatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 21, 2014 | The Stranger

    Seattle Restaurant Week - the two-week "week" that comes twice a year - is baaaaack, and it's bigger than ever. This week and next week, from Sunday through Thursday, 170-plus restaurants offer set-menu, three-course dinners for $30 .


  9. Shift Drink: Drinking Fun Shots at Re:publicRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 18, 2014 | The Stranger

    Seattle native John Nugent has just taken over the cocktail program at Re:public in the hopes of spreading the fun within Seattle's bar community. His brand-new menu features several local bartenders' favorite shot and beer pairings, like the "Chris Elford" - Victory Prima Pilsner and Amaro Montenegro, in honor of the Canon barkeep.


  10. Yep, We're Saying 'NO' to a Monorail Measure. Here's Why:Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2014 | The Stranger

    Last time we checked, this wasn't Elizabeth Campbell. But this is who showed up when we asked Campbell to come in and explain her Monorail measure to the Stranger Election Control Board.


  11. First Draft: Toronado SeattleRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2014 | The Stranger

    The original Toronado is an often-standing-room-only, always-cash-only beer bar with divisively surly service that's been in San Francisco's Lower Haight for 27 years. It's a cornerstone of American craft beer , deemed worthy of esteemed anniversary brews from Lost Abbey, Russian River, and Alpine Beer Company.


  12. 'Am lie'Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2014 | The Stranger

    Two months after 9/11, Amlie opened at the Egyptian Theatre. It ran for nearly five months , inspiring half of all women living on Capitol Hill to cut their hair into Audrey Tautoustyle bobs and cheering the hearts of Seattle filmgoers at a time when America was simultaneously grieving and marching to war.


  13. Things Got a Little Bit Crazy at the Seattle Housing Authority's Most Recent Community HearingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2014 | The Stranger

    Tonight , the Seattle Housing Authority will hold the last in a series of community hearings about its plan to raise rents by 500 percent over five years on more than a third of its tenants. I wrote about a Sept.


  14. Five Great Bartenders Quit Elysian Bar - and Where to Find Murray Stenson NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2014 | The Stranger

    Five of the six original bartenders have departed downtown's Elysian Bar , open since May - and they all left in one week. It was an all-star cast , starting with the best of the best, Murray Stenson .


  15. Two Nights Ago, My Dead Mother Came to Me in a DreamRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2014 | The Stranger

    A person unknown to me has her hand on my mother's leg. The year is 1964, and the photograph is taken not too far from the capitol of the region, Umtali , the third largest city in Rhodesia .


  16. Italian American Yells at City Council Members About Indigenous People's DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2014 | The Stranger

    At a Seattle City Council committee hearing this afternoon to pass a resolution calling for an Indigenous People's Day on the same day as Columbus Day, a group of Italian Americans showed up to protest. A man in a green shirt who asked that I not print his name said he interrupted the proceedings, yelling across the room toward the table where Nick Licata, Kshama Sawant, Bruce Harrell, and a group of Native Americans were discussing the measure.


  17. Tim Eyman Initiative to Kill Seattle's Minimum Wage Picks Up $100,000 in DonationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 12, 2014 | The Stranger

    Hey there! You enjoying the feeling of living in this beautiful progressive city on this beautiful late summer day? Ahhh, yes - the sun on your shoulders, the knowledge that it's Friday and we're on the path to the highest minimum wage in the nation , the glow of a hard-fought labor-and-business compromise deal, the warmth of knowing we survived that fight and can move on to new ones, like public preschool or mandatory compost or whatever. Well, goodbye warm fuzzy feelings and hello, Tim Eyman! Sorry to harsh your buzz, but dude is BACK .


  18. Pronto Cycle Share and How the Market Reproduces and Reinforces Seattle's Racial MapRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 5, 2014 | The Stranger

    The logic for the locations of Pronto's bike stations is understood. On the surface, it's about servicing the densest neighborhoods in our city .


  19. Sher Kung Memorial Bike Ride and an Online Fundraiser for Her BabyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2014 | The Stranger

    A ghost-bike memorial for Kung on Second Avenue and University Street, where a memorial ride will stop Friday evening. The 31-year-old mom and attorney was riding her bike last Friday morning on Second Avenue - which the city has known for years is dangerous for bicycles - when she was killed in a collision with a box truck.


  20. Public Memorial Service for Bob Gogerty Tomorrow at Town HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2014 | The Stranger

    We haven't mentioned it on Slog, but a figure important to much of Seattle's political class and to the history of the city, strategist and consultant Bob Gogerty , died a little over a week ago at age 74. Gogerty had his hands in a bunch of projects that ended up shaping what Seattle looks like today, from our light rail to our stadiums to landmarks like Pike Place Market. If you were familiar with Gogerty, you'll want to know that family and friends are hosting a memorial service for Gogerty tomorrow at Town Hall Seattle , which the public is invited to attend.


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