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The Great Seattle Pizza Smackdown

We’ve got a pizza renaissance in progress, and the town is bubbling with amazing pies. So we studied up on crusts and toppings, sorted pies by category, pitted them against each other, and anointed our favorites.

02/17/2010 By Kathryn Robinson, Matthew Halverson, Laura Cassidy, Jessica Voelker, Christopher Werner, and Calise Cardenas

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Sea Change

An acid peril is rising from the depths and falling from the air. It kills local oysters and threatens everything that lives in the sea.

02/16/2010 By Eric Scigliano

Soccer Fandemonium

Sounders ’Til We Die

What to yell, where to watch, and everything else you need to know to be an expert Sounders FC fan.

02/16/2010 By Matthew Halverson

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Arts & Culture

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Exit Interview: Kevin Calabro

After one season with the Sounders FC, Kevin Calabro is out of the booth.

02/18/2010 By Matthew Halverson

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March Sadness

Between 1984 and 2004, Seattle hosted the NCAA men’s basketball tournament nine times. But In the last six years, the Seattle Sports Commission’s shots at bringing back the NCAA finals have hit nothing but air.

02/18/2010 By Matthew Halverson

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The Perfect Party

This month’s party guests: Greg Nickels, Peter Backus, Dom Sagolla, a labrador retriever, Janie Hendrix, Al Rosellini, Bartlett Sher, and Cherie Priest.

02/18/2010

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Ring Cycle

Married ladies (put another ring on it).

02/17/2010 By Kathryn Robinson

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Just a Song Before I Go

Graham Nash keeps on keeping on with a photography exhibit, Taking Aim, at Experience Music Project and a new album with Crosby and Stills.

02/17/2010 By Laura Dannen

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Rain King of Comedy

Defrocked late-night TV host Conan O’Brien on Larry King Live in 2002

02/17/2010

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Vehicular Cam Slaughter

For the reality competition America’s Worst Driver, the Travel Channel cruises Seattle.

02/16/2010 By James Ross Gardner

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Showing Some Skin

Over the next three months, members of KT Niehoff’s Lingo Dance company will perform solo around town, stand as “sculptures” in Seattle Art Museum, and finish with a show at ACT Theatre.

02/16/2010

Soccer Fandemonium

Sounders ’Til We Die

What to yell, where to watch, and everything else you need to know to be an expert Sounders FC fan.

02/16/2010 By Matthew Halverson

Eat & Drink

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Surprised by Sauerkraut

How Wallingford’s hip neighborhood restaurant, Avila, can exploit its virtues.

02/17/2010 By Kathryn Robinson

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The Great Seattle Pizza Smackdown

We’ve got a pizza renaissance in progress, and the town is bubbling with amazing pies. So we studied up on crusts and toppings, sorted pies by category, pitted them against each other, and anointed our favorites.

02/17/2010 By Kathryn Robinson, Matthew Halverson, Laura Cassidy, Jessica Voelker, Christopher Werner, and Calise Cardenas

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The Plastic Oh-No Ban

Will Zig Zag Café survive on a cash-only policy?

02/17/2010 By Jessica Voelker

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Slow Man

At Seattle Coffee Works, a good espresso is a long time coming. And worth the wait.

02/16/2010 By James Ross Gardner

Editor's Note

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A Note from the Editor

Pizza Piety

02/17/2010 By Katherine Koberg

Home & Real Estate

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Age Is Arbitrary

Give your home decor a new look with antiques.

02/17/2010 By Tiffany Wan

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Breaking Fee

When is it worthwhile to pay flat fees to buyer’s agents? Plus, Madison Park’s closure rate in the second half of 2009 makes it a hot neighborhood.

02/17/2010 By Matthew Halverson

Inbox

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Letters to the Editor

Letters about previous articles from the Seattle metropolitan community.

02/17/2010

News & City Life

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A Higher Calling

For Kevin Daniels, president of Daniels Development, saving historic treasures means building new—and big.

02/18/2010 By Eric Scigliano

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Where the Boys Aren’t

Darnell Sue, who started Girl Power Hour, thinks networking should be a blast. But ladies only.

02/16/2010 By James Ross Gardner

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Hitting a Wall

The seawall holding back Elliott Bay is crumbling. Mayor McGinn wants voters to approve a $241 million bond to restore it before an earthquake hits and a tsunami swallows downtown.

02/16/2010

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March of the Penguin

App of the Month: Ben Eidelson and Jason Prado dreamed up ridepenguin.com, which connects you with potential travel partners.

02/16/2010 By James Ross Gardner

Style & Shopping

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Sneaker Pimps

For a look that’s streetwise, sharp, and well-shod, try these five shoe shops.

02/17/2010 By Andrew Matson

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New World Bling

Celebrate spring with jewelry of new materials, organic shapes, and bold design.

02/16/2010 By Compiled by Laura Cassidy with Chelsea Randall

Travel & Outdoors

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Roam, If You Want To

The key to the perfect Okanogan County weekend: Keep driving

02/17/2010 By David Laskin

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Sea Change

An acid peril is rising from the depths and falling from the air. It kills local oysters and threatens everything that lives in the sea.

02/16/2010 By Eric Scigliano

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Pictures from the Sixth Annual Gifts from the Earth gala, Hotel 1000’s 12 Days of Comfort, Joy and Cheer launch party, Hutch Holiday Gala, Jingle Bell Run and Walk, Providence O’Christmas Trees gala, and Neodandi House of Couture “Off The Wall” fash

02/26/2010