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Ctrl Alt Delete

From Lakeside School computer geek to pioneer Microsoft programmer to the gay community’s biggest benefactor, Ric Weiland seemed to have it all: brains, looks, wealth, social conscience. Then, on a sunny Pride weekend, he took his own life.

12/23/2008 By Kevin Phinney

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Early Game Plan

The proactive Seattleite’s* guide to enjoying a super-sliding, high-flying, great-dining time at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. * Yes, we know you’re already proactive, but this isn’t standing in line for the latest cellphone. This is t

12/23/2008 By Kathryn Robinson and James Ross Gardner

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Can Jake Locker Save Husky Football?

The University of Washington hasn’t had a winning football season in six years, and the last great squad is known more for its criminal activity than for its wins. This season, as fans and alumni clamor for the dismissal of the legendary coach hired to pu

12/27/2008 By Roger Brooks

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The Art of Politics

The Fall Arts Season is primed to make us ponder where we’ve been, where we are, where we’re headed, and how far we have yet to go. Consider these 15 candidates worth your vote.

12/27/2008 By Steve Wiecking

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Arts & Culture

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A Piece of Work

Twyla Tharp comes to PNB for a labor of love.

12/27/2008 By Steve Wiecking

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They Like It Rough

Need an elbow to the jaw and a friendly pat on the back? Try rugby.

12/27/2008 By Sean Leslie

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The Art of Politics

The Fall Arts Season is primed to make us ponder where we’ve been, where we are, where we’re headed, and how far we have yet to go. Consider these 15 candidates worth your vote.

12/27/2008 By Steve Wiecking

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Bidder Sweet

While Seattleites sat on their auction paddles, a Tacoma man took the lot.

12/20/2008

PASSING THROUGH

The Respectable Pervert

Trash auteur John Waters suits up for a talk.

12/20/2008 By Steve Wiecking

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Root, Root, Root Against the Home Team

Not everyone had a bad season at Safeco Field.

12/20/2008 By Jason Cohen

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Dancing with the Czars

The jig is up for a Seattle game developer.

12/20/2008 By Christopher Werner

Eat & Drink

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Crashing Corson

Tuscany meets Georgetown in a little farm with big flavors.

01/08/2009 By Kathryn Robinson

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The Top 100 Northwest Wines

Some to stock your cellars and some to savor today—these are our region’s best bottles.

12/20/2008 By Jessica Voelker

Editor's Note

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A Note from the Editor

By the Numbers

12/20/2008 By Katherine Koberg

Home & Real Estate

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Ramble On

A Kirkland couple opts for reconstruction over destruction. 

12/27/2008 By Peter Sackett

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True Value

Want to get the most for your home in a buyer’s market? Set the right price.

12/20/2008 By Christopher Werner

Inbox

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Mail from the Metro

Letters to Seattle Met

12/20/2008

News & City Life

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Can Jake Locker Save Husky Football?

The University of Washington hasn’t had a winning football season in six years, and the last great squad is known more for its criminal activity than for its wins. This season, as fans and alumni clamor for the dismissal of the legendary coach hired to pu

12/27/2008 By Roger Brooks

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Ctrl Alt Delete

From Lakeside School computer geek to pioneer Microsoft programmer to the gay community’s biggest benefactor, Ric Weiland seemed to have it all: brains, looks, wealth, social conscience. Then, on a sunny Pride weekend, he took his own life.

12/23/2008 By Kevin Phinney

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The Olympic Oil Patch

Hundreds have tried to strike black gold in Washington. And they’re not done yet.

12/20/2008 By Eric Scigliano

OPEN LETTER

When Headlines Attack

12/20/2008

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Worst. Holiday. Ever.

We give an unloved occasion an overhaul.

12/20/2008 By Matthew Halverson

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What Lies Beneath

12/20/2008

Style & Shopping

Style Counsel

Make Yourself at Home

A conversation with Sheila Mulvihill, cofounder of Plover Organic.

12/20/2008 By Laura Cassidy

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Kids Are Alright

At these five boutiques, you’re never too young to be stylish.

12/20/2008 By Angela Garbes

Travel & Outdoors

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Early Game Plan

The proactive Seattleite’s* guide to enjoying a super-sliding, high-flying, great-dining time at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. * Yes, we know you’re already proactive, but this isn’t standing in line for the latest cellphone. This is t

12/23/2008 By Kathryn Robinson and James Ross Gardner

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Into the Wildland

For Kurt and Anne Kutay—and thousands of travelers—that first dance became a rumba round the world.

12/20/2008 By Francesca Lyman

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Not-So-Smooth Sailing

A novice boatbuilder needs help to keep his project afloat.

12/20/2008 By Lawrence W. Cheek