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WWJKD: Seattle’s film and music scenes turn out to roast James Keblas

27 Feb 2014 by Chris Burlingame in News, Politics

Just Like at Gawker, Commenter Rewrites Seattle Times Headline on Crime

13 Aug 2013 by Michael van Baker in Crime, News, Politics

McGinn and Murray to Battle for November’s Mayoral Title

07 Aug 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, Politics

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Op-Ed: The Minimum Wage: Putting Some Myths to Rest, by Kshama Sawant

07 Jun 2013 by Guest Contributor in Business, News, Politics

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

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

North Cascades National Park Makes List of Top 10 “Hidden Gems”

20 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, Politics

Mayor McGinn: How About $3 Million More in Road Safety Improvements?

14 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, Politics, Transportation

Sen. Patty Murray Presents 2013 Golden Tennis Shoe Awards

01 May 2013 by Michael van Baker in Health, News, Politics

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

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

City Council Looks into Micro-Housing’s Free Lunch

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

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

Recent DUI Body Count Has State Legislature Reviving Stalled Bill

10 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in Crime, News, Politics

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

Washington Senate: Hey, Tourists, Leave Our State Alone!

04 Apr 2013 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, Politics

Sen. Cantwell: Washington State is Model for Federal Basic Health Plan

28 Mar 2013 by Michael van Baker in Health, News, Politics

Israeli Gay Youth Advocates Visit Capitol Hill’s Lambert House

27 Mar 2013 by Michael van Baker in Education, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

2/3 of State Roads in Washington are Rated “Poor” or “Mediocre”

27 Mar 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Transportation

car2go Expands to Keep Up with Demand in Seattle

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

Student Loan Debt Will Bury Us All, Spring 2013 Edition

19 Mar 2013 by Michael van Baker in Education, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Mayoral Candidate Tim Burgess Talks Homes for the Homeless

13 Mar 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Real Estate

“Undecided” Leads by Wide Margin in Seattle’s Mayoral Race

07 Mar 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Legislature Debates “Product Stewardship” of Batteries, Paint & Lights

22 Feb 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

New WSDOT Chief Boards Runaway Trains of Viaduct & 520 Projects

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

EU May Ban Neonicotinoids for Bees — Will EPA Act Next?

18 Feb 2013 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Science

In State Senate, a Few are Already Sick of Seattle’s Leave

14 Feb 2013 by Michael van Baker in Health, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

The Blue Angels Get a White House Petition

11 Feb 2013 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Will Pacific Place Parking Garage Saga End in a Sale?

06 Feb 2013 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Real Estate

Seattle Brings Back its Gun Buyback Program

08 Jan 2013 by Michael van Baker in Crime, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Washington’s Electric Car Drivers to Get Hit With No-Gas Tax

26 Dec 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, Politics, Transportation

President Obama Responds to White House Petition for Reducing Gun Violence

21 Dec 2012 by Michael van Baker in Health, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

How to Tell if You’re Running for Mayor of Seattle

19 Dec 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

What Kills More People in Washington State: Cars or Guns?

18 Dec 2012 by Michael van Baker in Crime, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Seattle Plans Third Avenue Clean-Out Redux

14 Dec 2012 by Michael van Baker in Business, Crime, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Light the Dark Fiber We Must, Says Robed Mayor McGinn

13 Dec 2012 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Yesler Terrace Redevelopment Gets Almost $20 Million More From HUD

13 Dec 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Real Estate

Port of Seattle Rapped Again for Its Drunken Sailor Financials

11 Dec 2012 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Op-Ed: City Council Has Nickelsville’s Rat-Infested Floodwater on Its Hands

21 Nov 2012 by Michael van Baker in Health, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Real Estate

New 520 Floating Bridge’s Pontoons are “Disaster,” Inspector Tells KOMO

20 Nov 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, Politics, Transportation

City Council Gets an Earful of Support for SLU Rezone to 400′

15 Nov 2012 by Guest Contributor in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Real Estate

Op-Ed: In-City Bicycling is Not a Road Race (cc: SDOT)

09 Nov 2012 by Michael van Baker in Health, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Transportation, Weather

The Seattle, King County & Washington State Election Results We’re Waiting For

07 Nov 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Seattle Sports History Guarantees Obama Win

06 Nov 2012 by Seth Kolloen in Features, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Well-Salted Seattle Keeps an Online Watch on Winter Weather

01 Nov 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, Politics, Transportation, Weather

Checking Out the Homeless at Seattle’s Downtown Library

26 Oct 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Discover Pass Won’t Pay Parks’ Bills–Now What, Legislature?

24 Oct 2012 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Op-Ed: Could the Tunnel Elect Mayor Mike McGinn Twice?

15 Oct 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Transportation

Infographic: Does Size Matter? How the Presidential Candidates’ Cribs Stack Up

04 Oct 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Real Estate

City Council’s Two “No” Votes on Arena Justify Their Lack of Love

01 Oct 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Real Estate, Sports

Op-Ed: Frank Chopp to Try to Defend State Democrats’ Craven Retreat on Progressive Issues to Actual Progressive

25 Sep 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Finally! Taiwan’s Next Media Animation Blows Smoke at I-502

19 Sep 2012 by Audrey in Health, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

City Council Covers Ass, Fans Get Free Beer in Seattle Arena Win-Win

12 Sep 2012 by Seth Kolloen in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Real Estate, Sports

Op-Ed: Making Political Hay Out of Port’s Tay Yoshitani

07 Sep 2012 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Transportation

Israeli Judge Rules Rachel Corrie’s Death a Mostly No-Fault Accident

29 Aug 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Why is the Legislature Trying to Kill Washington State Parks?

06 Aug 2012 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Judge Calls WSDOT’s 520 Bridge Analysis “Objective,” Dismisses Suit

27 Jul 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Transportation

Op-Ed: It’s Okay to Vote “No” on the Library Levy

24 Jul 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

What’s a Working Waterfront Worth, Anyway?

18 Jul 2012 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Real Estate, Transportation

The True Story of Washington Mutual’s Implosion, from Ground Zero

13 Jul 2012 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Op-Ed: Seattle Arena Proposal Beset by Paid Nabobs of Negativism

06 Jul 2012 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Sports

Op-Ed: Savor Our Waterfront Streetcars, Don’t Sell Them

27 Jun 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Transportation

Top 5 Reasons Why the New “Sonics” Stadium is Safe for Seattle

18 Jun 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, Politics, Sports

Ballmer and Nordstrom Brothers’ New Triangle Offense May Get NBA’s Attention

13 Jun 2012 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Sports

Jay Inslee on Seattle’s Latest Mass Murder: *Crickets*

01 Jun 2012 by Michael van Baker in Crime, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Nick Licata’s Costly Car-Towing Battle Set for a July Joust

15 May 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, Politics, Transportation

Seattle City Light’s Strategy is to Jack Your Rates Even More Strategically

09 May 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, Politics

City Council Votes to Bring Library Levy to Voters in August

10 Apr 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, Politics

New Stadium Notion Leaves Port, the Ms Feeling Congested Even Before Tunnel Toll

05 Apr 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Transportation

In Seattle, Parking is the Best of Times & Worst of Times

28 Mar 2012 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Real Estate

Seattle Weekly Tries Soft-Pedaling the Whole Juvenile Prostitution Thing

27 Mar 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

“What’s the Plan for Tsunami Debris?” You Ask

26 Mar 2012 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

What We Talk About When We Talk About Seattle Street Food

22 Mar 2012 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, Politics, Real Estate

Can “Troy Davis: The Human Face of the Death Penalty” Change Your Mind?

13 Mar 2012 by Michael van Baker in Announcements, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Seattle to Waterfront Architect: Please Think Small, Narrow, and Cheap

08 Feb 2012 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Senator Murray Applauds Komen Reversal, Asks for Vigilance in Defense of Women’s Health

04 Feb 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Amid Celebration, Gay Marriage in Washington State Could Be Delayed by Referendum

02 Feb 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

In Seattle, President Carter Asks U.S. to Correct Course on Human Rights

01 Feb 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, Politics

Washington Federal’s Roy Whitehead on Banking, Public Trust, and Regulations

17 Jan 2012 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Can Tim Burgess Help Seattle Police Take the Fight Out of Crime?

10 Jan 2012 by Michael van Baker in Crime, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

After 7 Years, Governor Gregoire “Gets” Gay Marriage

05 Jan 2012 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Good Sex, Bad Sex 2011

30 Dec 2011 by Jay Friedman in Health, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Craziest Budget Cut by Washington State Legislature in 2011?

29 Dec 2011 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Travel

Washington’s Unemployed Get Two Months to Turn Economy Around

27 Dec 2011 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Op-Ed: Do We Really Need a City Council?

20 Dec 2011 by Michael van Baker in Environment, News, Politics

Gregoire to Feds, on Medical Marijuana: Reclassify It!

30 Nov 2011 by Michael van Baker in Health, News, Politics

Seattle Bubble Commenters Explain the State’s Budget for You

29 Nov 2011 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

Washington’s Unemployment Rate & Economic Outlook, October/November Edition

18 Nov 2011 by Michael van Baker in Business, News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Real Estate

175-Foot Waterfront Ferris Wheel Gets City Approval

18 Nov 2011 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics, Real Estate

Per SPD Advice, Colbert Tests Pepper Spray on 10-Year-Old

17 Nov 2011 by Michael van Baker in News, Politics

SPD Provides Pepper Spray Boost to Occupy Seattle’s Popularity

16 Nov 2011 by Michael van Baker in News, NEWS_FEATURED, Politics

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