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Shameless in Seattle 2012

The most disastrous gaffes, misguided crimes, and outrageous acts of ignominy of the year.

11/28/2012

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3D Printing Goes Green

University of Washington leads the way for environmentally minded additive manufacturing.

11/28/2012 By Cassandra Callan

Hikes

Catch Sweeping Views From Atop San Juan Island's Mount Finlayson

Carve out an afternoon for this gentle hike on the island's southern tip.

10/08/2012 By Craig Romano

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The Arctic Club’s Most Famous Tenant

The downtown Seattle hotel is where men dreamed big—and where dreams died.

10/08/2012 By Bess Lovejoy

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Ellen Forney’s ‘Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, and Me: A Graphic Memoir’

The Seattle cartoonist takes readers on a journey through her own unquiet mind.

10/08/2012 By Brian Colella

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Perfect Party

Here’s who we’d invite if we could entertain this month’s most interesting visitors, locals, and newsmakers.

10/08/2012 By Allison Williams

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Banning Cars on Third Avenue

What if we turned Seattle’s Third Ave over to pedestrians and cyclists?

10/08/2012 By Erica C. Barnett

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Trade Secrets: Beat the Traffic

Airborne traffic guru Paul Tosch offers tips on how to navigate jammed interstates.

10/08/2012 By Danielle Zorn

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A Rundown of the University of Washington’s Top Research Projects in 2012

UW scientist cured blind rodents, sniffed out owl scat, and “tricked” testicles in this year.

10/08/2012 By Karen Taylor Quinn

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Top Chef Comes to Seattle

The city wooed the popular chef competition show with promises of total secrecy and cold, hard cash.

10/08/2012 By Allecia Vermillion

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The Inscape Building’s Dark History

Seattle’s Inscape arts center once held Chinese and Japanese prisoners.

09/19/2012 By Bess Lovejoy

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Perfect Party

Here’s who we’d invite if we could entertain this month’s most interesting visitors, locals, and newsmakers.

09/19/2012 By Allison Williams

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Sherman Alexie’s Blasphemy: New and Selected Stories

The Seattle author’s latest combines 15 previously published works with 15 new stories.

09/19/2012 By Brian Colella

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Jog Like a Track Star

University of Washington track coach Greg Metcalf’s advice for would-be distance runners.

09/19/2012 By Derek Tsang

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Seattle’s Summer of Animal Attacks

A closer look at an outbreak of animal-on-human clashes that took place in 2012.

09/19/2012 By Matthew Halverson

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A Belltown Tech Firm Makes an E-Pill Possible

The battery-free “e-pill” uses stomach acid as its power source and emits a signal to a body patch designed by Stratos Product Development in Belltown.

09/19/2012 By Derek Tsang

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Local Arts, by the Numbers

A look at how much the arts contribute to Seattle’s economy.

09/19/2012

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Bill Gates Leads the Way on Building a Better Toilet

The Gates Foundation hosted “Reinvent the Toilet Fair,” a two-day symposium to which teams from around the globe submitted concepts for a safer, more efficient toilet.

09/19/2012 By James Ross Gardner

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Whale Warrior

Activist Paul Watson is in hot water with Japan after his numerous efforts at ending illegal whaling.

08/23/2012

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Parents Fight Seattle Public Schools Over New Grade School

The district wanted to place high school students on the same West Seattle campus.

08/21/2012 By Matthew Halverson