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The Coast Is Not Clear

Our beaches are more mysterious than most.

07/19/2016 By James Ross Gardner

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The Thing at the End of Your Fork

Is what you put in your mouth good for you—or just good for some multinational food supplier?

06/21/2016 By James Ross Gardner

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Preparing for Takeoff

How not to hate an airport.

05/24/2016 By James Ross Gardner

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Monuments Men

Twenty years later, the fateful 1996 Everest tragedy remains a Seattle story.

04/25/2016 By James Ross Gardner

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The Difference Between Bars and Neighborhood Bars

Even if you’ve never been to one, you know what a neighborhood bar is.

03/28/2016 By James Ross Gardner

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Work Out! Don't Stop!

Social workouts may be just the sort of exercise this city needs.

02/02/2016 By James Ross Gardner

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Putting a Face on Homelessness

Rex Hohlbein’s methods have made a difference in the lives of individuals, but they’re also an inspiration in another way.

01/05/2016 By James Ross Gardner

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Nog Bless Us, Everyone

A paean to egg nog.

12/02/2015 By James Ross Gardner

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Telling Stories

What would Thoreau think of the digital revolution?

11/01/2015 By James Ross Gardner

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Block in a Hard Place

Coping with Seattle’s rapid growth.

09/01/2015 By James Ross Gardner

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Careless When Wet

08/01/2015 By James Ross Gardner

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What’s So Funny at Amazon?

The laugh heard around the world.

07/01/2015 By James Ross Gardner

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Thirst and the City

Can you learn something about a city, about what makes a place tick, by merely sipping and studying and sitting with its trademark cocktails?

12/01/2014 By James Ross Gardner

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The Seattle Moment

Seattle is undergoing something like a renaissance.

11/03/2014 By James Ross Gardner

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Secret Sauce

A goodbye note.

07/01/2014 By Katherine Koberg

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Shake Up

Of the estimated 1,200 to 1,400 cases of babies who exhibit signs attributed to shaken baby syndrome every year, a much smaller number—one estimate places the number around 100 to 150—end up in criminal court.

04/01/2014 By Katherine Koberg

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Art Appreciation

Giving thanks to the people who make Seattle Met a work of art.

03/01/2014 By Katherine Koberg

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Fellow Creatures

Top Vets, dogs in prisons, and the winners of our 2014 Pet Star Search.

02/01/2014 By Katherine Koberg

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Hiding in Plain Sight

Seattle's best-kept secrets are not always so secret.

01/02/2014 By Katherine Koberg