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The Silence of Ressam

Seattle’s “Millennium Bomber” endured years of interrogations. He spilled al Qaeda’s secrets and helped convict other terrorists. And then he refused to say more, even when threatened with life in prison. Ten years after he was captured, the nation’s cour

  • By Eric Scigliano
  • Published 04/16/2010
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Fit as a Fiddle

An Old World artisan, Rafael Carrabba, matches up violins, players, and big-time investors.

  • By Eric Scigliano
  • Published 03/18/2010
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Past Lives

Billy the Mug

Seattle’s toughest saloon keeper, Billy the Mug, had a sentimental side.

  • By Eric Scigliano
  • Published 03/18/2010
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Lady Liberty

Keli Carender, aka Libery Belle, the Seattle blogger who ignited the Tea Party.

  • By Matthew Halverson
  • Published 03/15/2010
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A Higher Calling

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

  • By Eric Scigliano
  • Published 02/18/2010
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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.

  • By James Ross Gardner
  • Published 02/16/2010
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The Romance that Made HistoryLink

Walt Crowley and Marie McCaffrey

  • Published 01/29/2010
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Lucky Guy

Alpine racer Scott Macartney had high hopes for the 2010 Games in Vancouver. Then he nearly died in one of the worst crashes in World Cup history. The story of his epic climb back onto skis—and relapse—is one of the most harrowing in Olympic sports.

  • By Meri-Jo Borzilleri
  • Published 12/17/2009
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The Collector

When a St. Louis art lover made Seattle his home, it was our city’s gain.

  • By Steve Wiecking
  • Published 11/16/2009
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Why Is This Chimp Smiling?

Seven apes arrived last year in Cle Elum at the Chimpanzee Sanctuary Northwest. They’d been used up by medical science and the entertainment industry—and left to rot in tiny cages. Then one man, Keith LaChappelle, showed them the depths of human kindness.

  • By James Ross Gardner
  • Published 11/13/2009
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