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An Open Letter to Minneapolis

Seattle named second most literate city. But don’t get too comfortable, No. 1.

01/04/2009

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Gael power

01/04/2009 By Sarah Anderson

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The Boys Back Home

Stop-Loss director Kimberly Peirce soldiers on with our returning men in uniform.

01/04/2009 By Steve Wiecking

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The Lost Slipper

In 2004, a top Seattle gardener acquired one of the most breathtaking orchid specimens she had ever seen. But at the Volunteer Park Conservatory—a magnet for plant thieves—this orchid never stood a chance.

01/04/2009 By Roger Brooks

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Once Upon a Time

Questions for indie folk singer Jamie Spiess.

01/04/2009 By Laura Cassidy

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Sonic Youth

NBA rookie Kevin Durant needs to see more of Seattle—before it’s too late.

01/04/2009 By Jim Gullo

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Arch Revival

01/04/2009 By Sarah Anderson

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Mr. Personalities

Actor Nick Garrison finds his own voice and discovers that life is a Cabaret.

01/04/2009 By Steve Wiecking

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A Not-So-Motley Crew

The daughter of champions learns to row her own race.

01/03/2009 By Erin Pursell

PASSING THROUGH

Listen to this man—Or we kill a puppy

Dr. Demento’s reign of syndicated radio terror started in Seattle.

01/03/2009 By James Ross Gardner

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All the King’s Women

01/03/2009

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Screen Test Tube

Two hundred and forty words about Amy Walker’s two and a half minutes of fame.

01/03/2009 By Lee Fehrenbacher

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Fly Boy Toys

01/03/2009 By Sarah Anderson

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Regarding Tess

When Tess Gallagher, the widow of acclaimed Northwest writer Raymond Carver, planned to publish early drafts of her late husband’s beloved short stories, the outcry from the New York publishing establishment was loud and rancorous. What was she thinking?

01/03/2009 By Claire Dederer

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Time and Time Again

01/03/2009 By Steve Wiecking

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Task Master

An artist turns ordinary chores into improvisational art.

12/28/2008 By Nate Lippens

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Give Back the Night

We live day and night bathed in artificial light. Now scientists say night light harms wild habitats and human health, and stargazers lament losing the timeless wonder of the night sky.

12/28/2008 By Eric Scigliano

PASSING THROUGH

Old Warrior, New Fight

Phil Donahue tells a soldier’s story in an Iraq war documentary.

12/28/2008 By Steve Wiecking

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Like a Virgin

Rock-obsessed airline touches Seattle for the very first time.

12/28/2008