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The Tribe That Would Not Die

After a century and a half of diaspora, Chief Seattle’s people have one last chance to reclaim their rights—and prove they exist. Included: Video coverage of the Duwamish Longhouse, courtesty q13fox.com

02/11/2009 By Lia Steakley Dicker

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One to Grow On

Architect Emory Baldwin’s Greenlake home puts his simple—yet revolutionary—design philosophy to the test.

02/11/2009 By Christopher Werner

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Arts & Culture

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Leg Up

Get ready for the Pacific Northwest Ballet Broadway Festival.

02/27/2009 By Steve Wiecking

Pacific Northwest Ballet’s winter wonderland ball

Dancing Through a Winter Wonderland

Scenes from Pacific Northwest Ballet’s winter wonderland ball.

02/12/2009

Lifelong AIDS Alliance’s Gay bingo

Disco Inferno

Scenes from Lifelong AIDS Alliance’s Gay bingo.

02/12/2009

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Go Ahead, Make His Day

Kirkland actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan brings out the big guns for Watchmen.

02/12/2009 By Matthew Halverson

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Tom Robbins Gets the Blues

…at the imminent demise of the morning P-I.

02/11/2009 By Eric Scigliano

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The Longest March

During admissions month, a middle schooler’s parents know no shame. None whatsoever.

02/11/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

Eat & Drink

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Open Loooooonger

When times get tough, the tough go out for brunch.

03/16/2009

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Sweets Shopping Guide

All the places to purchase your favorite sweet treats—and perhaps discover a new favorite.

02/20/2009

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Sugar Sub Study

02/16/2009

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Brownie Bakeoff

02/16/2009

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Chocolate Lab

02/16/2009

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Pastry Pop Quiz

02/16/2009

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Last Course Legwork

Plate by plate, it’s the biggest players in Seattle’s dessert scene.

02/16/2009

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Cupcake Trials

02/16/2009

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Sweet Science

We highlight the best desserts in our city, navigate the trendy world of local cupcakes, and unco

02/16/2009 With Cherise Watts, Katie Zipper, and Kristin Okinaka By Kathryn Robinson, Jess Thomson, Camden Swita, Jessica Voelker, and Jill Watanabe

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The Botany of Bitters

Seattle bartenders revive an old remedy for run of the mill cocktails.

02/12/2009 By Brad Thomas Parsons

Cellar Talk

Penny-Wise Pinots

Our wine critic says spend $20, be richly rewarded.

02/12/2009 By Condé Cox

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Swanky Days are Here Again

Or, at El Gaucho’s new Eastside steakhouse maybe they never left.

01/14/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

Editor's Note

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A Note from the Editor

Hello, Neighbor

02/11/2009 By Katherine Koberg

Health & Wellness

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Wheels of Fortune

Quad rugby’s rising local star is headed for the big time. And it’s going to be murder.

02/11/2009 By Matthew Halverson

Home & Real Estate

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Your Future Holds…

Desperate recession-time marketing from Seattle-ish businesses.

02/11/2009

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One to Grow On

Architect Emory Baldwin’s Greenlake home puts his simple—yet revolutionary—design philosophy to the test.

02/11/2009 By Christopher Werner

Tech

Home Tweet Home

You may not be Twittering yet, but your broker is.

02/11/2009 By Matthew Halverson

Inbox

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Mail from the Metro

02/11/2009

News & City Life

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Nick vs. Nickels

Is Seattle ready for Mayor Licata? The council’s resident dissident will be a contender—if he runs.

02/11/2009 By L.D. Kirshenbaum

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The Tribe That Would Not Die

After a century and a half of diaspora, Chief Seattle’s people have one last chance to reclaim their rights—and prove they exist. Included: Video coverage of the Duwamish Longhouse, courtesty q13fox.com

02/11/2009 By Lia Steakley Dicker

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Stairmaster

One local fireman’s personal mission up our tallest building (fully geared-up) in the annual Firefighter Stairclimb.

02/11/2009

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Boo Hoo WaMu

"The Friend of the Family" vs. "Whoo Hoo, WaMu."

02/11/2009 By Eric Scigliano

Style & Shopping

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Super Natural

Bring the outside in with home decor and accessories that reflect the great outdoors.

02/12/2009 By Laura Cassidy

Travel & Outdoors

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All Washed Up

Flotsamologists never know what they’ll uncover on Washington’s stormy shores—and that’s the point.

02/12/2009 By Eric Scigliano