City Hall

Sawant Supports $15 Minimum Wage Vote as "Backup" if Deal Proves Unsatisfactory

City council member Kshama Sawant supports a public vote on the $15 minimum wage if labor, business, and political leaders can't come to an agreement.

04/18/2014 By Erica C. Barnett

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The Great Seattle Pizza Smackdown

We’ve got a pizza renaissance in progress, and the town is bubbling with amazing pies. So we studied up on crusts and toppings, sorted pies by category, pitted them against each other, and anointed our favorites.

02/17/2010 By Kathryn Robinson, Matthew Halverson, Laura Cassidy, Jessica Voelker, Christopher Werner, and Calise Cardenas

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Lighten Up

If winter gray gives you the blues, try these bright ideas from local lighting luminaries.

12/11/2009 By Calise Cardenas

Books/Talks

A Book in Hand is Worth Two Online?

How local bookstores are staying relevant in the Amazon era

12/01/2009 By Calise Cardenas

Books/Talks

The End of the Shop Around the Corner?

Not yet — locals say they still buy from indie bookstores

11/30/2009 By Calise Cardenas

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Show Us Your Booze!

A team led by Gig Harbor residents Pat Finley and Dan Wachtler break pub crawl records.

11/18/2009 By Calise Cardenas

Home Cooking

Green Up Your Grocery List

Three fish you can feel just fine about filleting.

11/04/2009 By Calise Cardenas

Food Events

Playing Tourist, Foodie Edition

Our hungry correspondent straps on her fanny pack for a culinary jaunt through Belltown.

10/09/2009 By Calise Cardenas