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Power Lines

Pramila Jayapal Sees the Big Picture

The candidate for state senate charts a unifying course that goes far beyond narrow single issues.

  • By Josh Feit
  • Published 06/02/2014

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Meet the Men Who Discovered HMS Chatham’s Anchor

A commercial diver and an amateur historian may have just discovered an anchor lost during the Vancouver Expedition of the 1790s.

  • By Matthew Halverson
  • Published 05/01/2014

Passing Through

Big Shooter

National Geographic photog Carsten Peter takes a break from cave diving to talk about snapping the perfect pic.

  • By Genie Leslie
  • Published 04/01/2014

Rainmakers

The Cartoon Network

After a year of heartache, loss, and financial struggle, Fantagraphics asked its fans for a miracle.

  • By James Ross Gardner
  • Published 01/02/2014

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Perfect Party

Here’s who we’d invite if we could entertain this month’s most interesting visitors, locals, and newsmakers.

  • Published 01/02/2014

Back Fence

Gray Like Me

Apparently, it’s a big damn deal to let your hair go gray. Who knew.

  • By Kathryn Robinson
  • Published 01/02/2014

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Model Railroader Al Lowe Lives on Little Rails

The train enthusiast and former video game designer will bring his engines and the mini-worlds they run through to the 40th Annual Model Railroad Show in January 2014.

  • By Matthew Halverson
  • Published 01/02/2014

History

25 Objects That Changed Seattle

From fossils to software, artifacts tell the story of the Emerald City.

  • By Bess Lovejoy
  • Published 12/01/2013

Mudroom

Perfect Party

Here’s who we’d invite if we could entertain this month’s most interesting visitors, locals, and newsmakers.

  • Published 12/01/2013

Profile

An Inconvenient Cure

When Timothy Brown contracted HIV in the early 1990s, the virus was a death sentence. A cure 12 years later—the cure no scientist in the world believed existed at first—originated in the last place he would ever expect.

  • By James Ross Gardner
  • Published 12/01/2013

Slideshow

Slide Show: 25 Objects that Changed Seattle

From fossils to software, artifacts tell the story of the Emerald City.

  • Published 12/01/2013

Back Fence

'Tis the Season to Trim the Christmas Card List

If only there was a simple calculus for pruning it!

  • By Kathryn Robinson
  • Published 12/01/2013

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C. R. Douglas Has Loved Politics Forever

Q13’s ace political reporter was quite the well-informed grade schooler. Like, he could name all nine Supreme Court justices by age 10.

  • By Matthew Halverson
  • Published 11/01/2013

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Light a Fire Awards 2013

Seattle Met announces winners of its second annual celebration of individuals and organizations in the nonprofit community.

  • By Seattle Met Staff
  • Published 10/25/2013

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Chief Joseph’s Trail in Idaho and Montana

Following the Nez Perce National Historic Trail through reservations, mountains, and history.

  • By David Laskin
  • Published 09/03/2013

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The Pot Czar Is Worried About You

Can Mark Kleiman thwart the rise of Big Cannabis?

  • By James Ross Gardner
  • Published 07/01/2013

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Judy Travis Is the 21st Century Video Star

Seattle’s most prolific vlogger lives her life in front of (and behind) the camera.

  • By Matthew Halverson
  • Published 05/22/2013

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Big City, Big Nature

The view from Seattle waterfront designer James Corner

  • By Lawrence W. Cheek
  • Published 04/17/2013

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Legends of the Fallen

A magnificent Douglas fir stood for more than 300 years at the edge of the Olympic National Forest. When Reid Johnston looked at it, all he could see was money.

  • By Matthew Halverson
  • Published 04/17/2013

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Michael Pollan Preaches to the Choir

A Q&A with the food chain chronicler who speaks in Seattle in May.

  • By Allecia Vermillion
  • Published 04/17/2013
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