…so says this new video from Seattle comic Brett Hamil. He makes a point of singling out Tim Burgess because … Continue reading Tim Burgess saved you $6!
Businessweek has a fascinating story about how Ed Murray’s recent proposal to raise the city’s minimum wage to $15 an … Continue reading The “Seattle Process” is how we got a Seattle $15 minimum wage “without a fight”
Keblas roast #fb pic.twitter.com/xFASO1VP64 — Jake London (@kingsinger) February 27, 2014 The Roast of James Keblas, the former director of … Continue reading WWJKD: Seattle’s film and music scenes turn out to roast James Keblas
Overnight, a commenter on a story about the violent crime rate in downtown Seattle changed the headline for everyone. In a follow-on story to the shooting of a Metro bus driver, the Times supported the Downtown Seattle Association’s contention that crime is getting worse, before noting that the data say no, same old, same old. Continue reading Just Like at Gawker, Commenter Rewrites Seattle Times Headline on Crime
With 98,328 ballots counted (and 96,445 on hand to be counted, plus whatever continue to trickle in through the mail), Ed Murray and Mike McGinn have established clear leads over the rest of the field. Continue reading McGinn and Murray to Battle for November’s Mayoral Title
In these illustrations, the stitch to fix the scar is about as wide as the waterfront itself, and wider at parts. Tourists will share those remarkably spacious lanes with freight traffic delivering goods to the city. Continue reading A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Waterfront
Mayoral candidate Peter Steinbrueck appeared Monday night, without fanfare, on the 73rd floor of the Columbia Center, at the Sky View Observatory, where he was introducing himself to guests with the casual remark that “I’m running for mayor.” Continue reading In Race with McGinn & Murray, Citizen Steinbrueck Starts Throwing Elbows