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Behind-the-scenes secrets of everything from the Space Needle to the Duck Tour. Remind yourself what the city’s 10 million tourists are just finding out—Seattle is full of surprises.

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Judy Travis Is the 21st Century Video Star

Seattle’s most prolific vlogger lives her life in front of (and behind) the camera.

05/22/2013 By Matthew Halverson

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The Graffiti Defense Coalition Finds Beauty in the Bending of Rules

And this summer Justin Hart’s organization is commissioning four public murals in Capitol Hill.

04/17/2013 By Matthew Halverson

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Tarah Wheeler Van Vlack Fights for Women in Tech

The cofounder of LadyCoders wants to even the playing field for female programmers.

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The cubicle and the corner office are dead at forward-thinking offices—and it’s changing the way we work.

12/19/2012 By Allison Williams

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These are the top 25 workplaces in Seattle, and they’ve got the foosball tables, unlimited vacation time, and bonuses to prove it. Check out the results of our regional survey.

12/19/2012 By Allison Williams

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Nascar Up-and-Comer Jessica Dana Hits the Gas

The 18-year-old Tumwater native may drive in circles, but she’s always moving forward.

12/19/2012 By Matthew Halverson

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The secret history of a ubiquitous beer.

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Seattle Restaurant of the Year 2012: Altura

Platefuls of miracles arise from rustic Italian fare.

10/29/2012 By Kathryn Robinson

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Ken Jennings, After Jeopardy

Edmonds's most famous trivia hound shares how he got on Jeopardy! and admits he actually likes being wrong.

08/21/2012 By Matthew Halverson

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Mean Kids

When Washington state passed a law to fight bullying and hold schools responsible, many families rejoiced. But maybe we’ve approached it all wrong. Just ask a bully.

06/20/2012 By James Ross Gardner

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Puberty Lady Julie Metzger Talks About Sex

What Julie Metzger, co-author of Will Puberty Last My Whole Life?, talks about when she talks about sex.

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Cranium founder Richard Tait’s new big idea: Golazo, an all-natural energy drink specifically for the soccer mad.

03/07/2012 By Matthew Halverson

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Picking Seattle’s Greatest Homes

Picking Seattle’s greatest homes.

12/23/2011 By Katherine Koberg

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Wikispeed’s 100 Mile Per Gallon Car

With a background in software, Joe Justice is the last guy you’d expect to make cars. But if his geeky, hard-to-believe, 100-mile-per-gallon car is as awesome as he says it is, he may just revolutionize the way Detroit does business.

12/23/2011 By Matthew Halverson

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826 Seattle’s Meron Kasahun is a Comeback Kid

826 Seattle’s Meron Kasahun goes from struggling student to outstanding role model, and earns a trip to the White House.

11/21/2011 By Matthew Halverson

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Bikers and Drivers: Let’s Share the Road

Blake Trask saddles up as the new statewide policy director for the Bicycle Alliance of Washington.

10/14/2011 By Matthew Halverson

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Pot Dispensary Braces for Legal Trouble

Medical marijuana advocate Laura Healy, who opened Shoreline’s Green Hope Patient Network with her husband Mark, braces for legal trouble.

06/29/2011 By Matthew Halverson

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The Off Hours, a film by Megan Griffiths screens at SIFF.

05/20/2011 By Matthew Halverson

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This Product Will Change Your Life

How a game, an actor, and mentor-driven startup program TechStars helped alter Seattle tech entrepreneurship (and maybe celebrities) forever.

02/01/2011 By James Ross Gardner