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The Comet Tavern Returns from the Grave (Interview and Photo Gallery)

31 Mar 2014 by Tony Kay in News, NEWS_FEATURED

Notes from the Seattle: City of Literature Town Hall

13 Mar 2014 by Chris Burlingame in News, NEWS_FEATURED

The Weekend Debrief: Subway Picketing Continues, Disaster Kits, and Vessel’s Farewell

30 Sep 2013 by Rachel Breiwick in News, NEWS_FEATURED

Seattle Spotlight: My Faith in Humanity Grew Three Sizes Today

24 Sep 2013 by Rachel Breiwick in News, NEWS_FEATURED

Looking for an iPhone 5S? Hope you like Space Gray.

24 Sep 2013 by josh in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED

The Weekend Debrief: Fremont Oktoberfest, Mosquito Repellent Developments, and the Awesome Shows your Friends Went To.

23 Sep 2013 by Rachel Breiwick in News, NEWS_FEATURED

What You Need to Know: Sports Edition, September 23

23 Sep 2013 by Seth Kolloen in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Sports

Show Us Your Side on Instagram with #seattlesunbreak

20 Sep 2013 by Rachel Breiwick in Announcements, News, NEWS_FEATURED

Seattle’s Smallest Park Arrives Wednesday on Capitol Hill. In a parking spot.

17 Sep 2013 by Rachel Breiwick in News, NEWS_FEATURED

The Weekend Debrief: Seattle Wins, Jerry Comes to Town, and McGinn Loves Pedestrians

16 Sep 2013 by Rachel Breiwick in News, NEWS_FEATURED

What You Need to Know: Sports Edition

16 Sep 2013 by Seth Kolloen in NEWS_FEATURED, Sports

Looking Ahead at The SunBreak

12 Sep 2013 by Bekah Graham in Announcements, News, NEWS_FEATURED

Welcome to Your New Central Waterfront, Seattle

10 Sep 2013 by Rachel Breiwick in News, NEWS_FEATURED

The Weekend Debrief

09 Sep 2013 by Rachel Breiwick in News, NEWS_FEATURED

Meet New Managing Editor Bekah Graham

03 Sep 2013 by Bekah Graham in Announcements, News, NEWS_FEATURED

A Personal “Hello” from The Sunbreak’s New Editor in Chief, Rachel Breiwick

03 Sep 2013 by Rachel Breiwick in Announcements, News, NEWS_FEATURED

Seth Kolloen Previews the Seattle Seahawks Season on Your Kindle

03 Sep 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Sports

Huskies Crush Boise State Broncos in Return to Montlake

01 Sep 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Sports

Seattle Loses Its Cool with All-Time-High Lows

30 Aug 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Weather

Op-Ed: What About a “Broken Windows” Approach to Traffic Safety?

29 Aug 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

Are Seattle Drivers as Bad as Allstate Says?

28 Aug 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

University Village: Have a Molly Moon Cone with Your Scotch & Soda

27 Aug 2013 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED

A New Patch to Keep Mosquitoes from Sniffing You Out

27 Aug 2013 by Michael van Baker in Health, News, NEWS_FEATURED

Gondola Gap! B.C. Opening Up Lead on Seattle

20 Aug 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

Dementia Fed by High Blood Sugar Levels? A Definite Maybe.

15 Aug 2013 by Michael van Baker in Health, News, NEWS_FEATURED

The SunBreak is Looking for a Site Editor & More

01 Aug 2013 by Michael van Baker in Announcements, News, NEWS_FEATURED

Seattle Public Library Has Got Your Netflix-Style Streaming Right Here

29 Jul 2013 by Michael van Baker in Announcements, Education, News, NEWS_FEATURED

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Waterfront

25 Jul 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Real Estate, Transportation

In Race with McGinn & Murray, Citizen Steinbrueck Starts Throwing Elbows

24 Jul 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Seattle Sight-Seeing from the 73rd Floor

23 Jul 2013 by Michael van Baker in Announcements, News, NEWS_FEATURED

The Divorce: Washington State Republicans vs. Big Business & Boeing

23 Jul 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Transportation

Seattle Parks Adds Green Space, Views to Maple Leaf & Madison Park

17 Jul 2013 by RVO in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Will Road Rage in Sleepy West Seattle Fuel Drive for Street Safety?

17 Jul 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Transportation

Gates Foundation to Chronicle of Higher Education: Our Critics are Idiots

16 Jul 2013 by Michael van Baker in Education, News, NEWS_FEATURED

What May Be the Coolest Video of a Culvert Installation Ever

15 Jul 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

Gay Activists Fight the Squick Factor in Blood-Donation Ban

15 Jul 2013 by Michael van Baker in Health, News, NEWS_FEATURED

Reminder: 520 Bridge Closed for the Weekend

12 Jul 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

An Indomitable Maria Cantwell is Back with a Glass-Steagall Posse

11 Jul 2013 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Seattle’s Tunnel Boring Machine Waiting on Concrete Liner Maker’s Next Move

09 Jul 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

An Oasis of Birding Just off Busy Seattle Streets

08 Jul 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED

After Weekend Closure, a “Mercer East” Construction Update

08 Jul 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

Op-Ed: Seattle Times Editorial Board’s Pitiful Swing at McGinn’s Gigabit Broadband

02 Jul 2013 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Heat Wave? Seattle, You Don’t Know Heat Waves

01 Jul 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Weather

Making Cash in Seattle’s “Junk” Trade, Pt. 4: Records and Selling

28 Jun 2013 by RVO in Business, Features, News, NEWS_FEATURED

Is Rail the Answer for Seattle’s Waterfront Tourism & High-Capacity Transit?

28 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Transportation

Making Cash in Seattle’s “Junk” Trade, Pt. 3: Clothes, Furniture, Posters

27 Jun 2013 by RVO in Business, Features, News, NEWS_FEATURED

The Sun’ll Come Out Tomorrow, Seattle!

27 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Weather

Why That Fish You Ordered is Holding Up the State Budget

26 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, Health, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Sex Educator Gets Ducked by “I Rub My Duckie” Sex-Toy Maker

25 Jun 2013 by Jay Friedman in Health, News, NEWS_FEATURED

Seattle to Get Gigabit-Speed Internet, Through Fiber and Clouds, in 2014

24 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED

A Different Kind of Leak Gives Lie to DOE’s Hanford “Clean-Up”

21 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Science

In Solar-Power Surprise, Clouds Can Raise Energy Output

20 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Science, Weather

New Flyer Trolley Buses Taking Over in Hilly, Hydro-Powered West-Coast Cities

18 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

5 More Odd Things to See in Seattle Parks (South End Edition)

17 Jun 2013 by RVO in Features, News, NEWS_FEATURED

Reminder: Seattle Graduates this Weekend

14 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in Announcements, Education, News, NEWS_FEATURED

After Belo Sale to Gannett, Who Owns What in Seattle TV News?

13 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED

City Council to Nickelsville: Stop Being Homeless by Sept. 1 or Face Eviction

12 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Real Estate

7 Things to Know About Tonight’s USA/Panama Match

11 Jun 2013 by Seth Kolloen in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Sports

7 Odd Things to See in Seattle Parks (North End Edition)

08 Jun 2013 by RVO in Features, News, NEWS_FEATURED

So How Do You Like car2go’s Glitchy Smart Cars and Customer Service?

06 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

Hum of Half-Million Bees to Fill Sea-Tac Scrublands

06 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED

Op-Ed: Who Will Own the Driverless Car?

05 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

Seattle’s Meteorologist “Math Squad” Pushes for Better Math Textbooks

04 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in Education, News, NEWS_FEATURED

Pacific Science Center Hosts NASA’s “Destination: Station” Exhibit this Summer

03 Jun 2013 by Michael van Baker in Announcements, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Science

Seattle Aquarium’s Harbor Seal Exhibit is a $6.5-Million Stunner

31 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED

Asteroid Hunters Kickstart a Public Space Telescope

30 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Science

This Fall, H&M Goes to the Auburn Outlet Mall

29 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED

Why Washington State is the Place Bigfoot Calls Home

28 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED

Want to Help the University of Washington Upgrade Burke-Gilman Trail?

23 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

How to Get to the Light Rail at SeaTac Airport (Video)

22 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

Civil Engineers Give Washington a “C” on Infrastructure Report Card

21 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Transportation

Glazer’s Camera Will Survive Hot SLU Real Estate Market

20 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Real Estate

Alaska Airlines Gouging Them, Say Flight Attendants with Strained Smiles

20 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

How Many Seattle Postal Carriers Were Bitten By Dogs in 2012?

16 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in Health, News, NEWS_FEATURED

Why Your King County Metro Bus Route’s Future is Up to the State

15 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

Nathan Vass on Who Rides Route 358 (Part 2)

14 May 2013 by Guest Contributor in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

UW Oceanographers Find a Fin Whale Datamine in Seismograph Readings

13 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Science

Watching Seattle Grow on Google’s Earth Engine

10 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED

Tesla’s Model S Bet Now Worth $8 Billion

09 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

Forget Mercer Street! Mercer is Dead (Until Mid-2015)!

09 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

Nathan Vass on What It’s Like to Drive Route 358 (Part 1)

08 May 2013 by Guest Contributor in Features, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

Northwest Bucks National Trend Toward Increase in Traffic Deaths

08 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

While EU Acts, EPA Blows Smoke in Bee Death Report

07 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Science

What? It’s Always Sunny (and 87 Degrees) in Seattle

07 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Weather

Seattle Times: Cyclists need “more than paint” for safety

03 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

For Next Five Days, Enjoy Summer in Springtime, Seattle

02 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Weather

A Traveler’s Take on King Street Train Station’s New Look

29 Apr 2013 by Arne Christensen in Features, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

ABC Voters (“Anyone But Conlin”) Can Now Choose Between Carver and Sawant

29 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Sound Transit Adopts OneBusAway, While WhichBus Goes “Public”

26 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

Why Washington State’s Privatized Liquor Costs More Than Before

24 Apr 2013 by Sophie Pattison in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED

King Street Station Waiting Room Reopens this Week

23 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Transportation

City Council Looks into Micro-Housing’s Free Lunch

18 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Real Estate

Climate Change May Put Washington Wineries on the March

17 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Weather

How Clean is Our Water? How Clean Should It Be?

16 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Science

Trying to Reason With Mudslide Season

15 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Science

Japanese Tsunami Yields Up a Real-Life “Life of Pi” Scene

12 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED

City’s Sale of Pacific Place Parking Garage Doesn’t Pencil Out, Says Burgess

11 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Big Break-Up of Arctic Ice on the Beaufort Sea (Video)

10 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Science

On Equal Pay Day, Seattle’s Glass Ceiling is Showing

09 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

How the McGinnch Saved 4th of July Fireworks

09 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

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