The Sporting Life

Pictures From the Seahawks Super Bowl Victory Parade

An estimated 700,000 fans turned out to watch the Seahawks celebrate in style.

02/06/2014 By Seth Sommerfeld

The C Is for Crank

Imagine If...

The Seahawks parade as an argument for preserving public transit.

02/05/2014 By Erica C. Barnett

The Sporting Life

Washington State 2014 Winter Olympics Viewing Guide

Follow home state athletes like J.R. Celski as they compete in the Winter Games in Sochi.

02/05/2014 By Seth Sommerfeld

Seattleites Guide to PDX

Fact-Checking Portland Stereotypes

Do they really put a bird on it? Yep—check out any boutique in town. But what about the other things Portlandia taught us? And how does it compare to the Emerald City?

02/01/2014 Edited by Allison Williams

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Growing Pains

Heady growth, a soaring skyline, and sophisticated amenities reveal a vitality beyond the recent economic malaise. The new Eastside faces new challenges—and new opportunities. Included: Video coverage of the eastside growth, courtesy q13fox.com

01/22/2009 By Juliette Guilbert

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Suburban Soul Man

Ron Sher thought he could build a community around an ugly, failing shopping mall. Is he nuts?

01/22/2009 By Juliette Guilbert

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Eastside, Big City

In this special section we examine the Eastside’s urban and economic challenges, and the opportunities they bring. We profile a developer who can teach Seattle how to create a vital, livable city. And we spotlight the attractions— from food an

01/15/2009 By Steve Wiecking, Kathryn Robinson, Juliette Guilbert, and Megan Clark

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Fire Work With Me

Four Seattle architects heat up home design with custom hearths for every look and lifestyle.

01/05/2009 By Juliette Guilbert

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Suburban Like Me

A child of the suburbs finds herself priced out of posh Seattle and lands in lowly Lynnwood—expecting the same sort of white-bread wasteland she left behind.

01/03/2009 By Juliette Guilbert

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Divided It Stands

The opening of the Northwest African American Museum last March was a long time in coming. Can it rise above the conflicts that delayed its debut for 30 years?

12/19/2008 By Juliette Guilbert

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Special Ed Ghetto (or) a Seat in the Class?

Distressed parents complain that Seattle Public Schools isolates disabled children in failing schools. Officials insist they’re doing the best they can—and maybe those kids don’t belong with other students.

12/08/2008 By Juliette Guilbert