Points of Reference
The comedian discusses the pop cultural homages in her new Netflix special 'I’m Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine).'
The Sporting Life
A duffer's day at Chambers Bay
The local singer-songwriter shreds on a plastic guitar in Rock Band 4's debut trailer.
Today's picks for civic nerds
30 Perfect Day Trips
Bask in greenery, fight old battles, and set sail at a naval shipyard
It might be the only good decision you’ll make all weekend. Here’s where to eat.
Kathryn Robinson and Allecia Vermillion
Hang out with future and current politicos, as the Washington Bus welcomes its new Summer Fellows.
The hot To Do from the PubliCalendar.
On Other Blogs
Median income has stagnated while tuition has increased 130 percent over the last twenty years.
Attention Legislative Nerds: Tonight is your chance to weigh in on Washington's redistricting process
Legislators continue to lobby Governor Gregoire to veto a bill to privatize the state's liquor distribution operation.
Trevor Griffey argues that with its new power to set tuition, pressure will grow on the UW to become more democratic.
Groups around the state are pushing for majority-minority districts at legislative and congressional levels.
Even with increases in scholarship funding, students will likely be left out in the cold in the face of more tuition hikes.
State Rep. Roger Goodman has announced he's running for U.S. Congress in 2012 on a medical marijuana platform. He'll likely face off against U.S. Rep. Dave Reichert.
Local college student caught up in Weinergate scandal.
And the award for best lobbyist goes to...
Washington's 2012 gubernatorial race is already getting national attention.