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  • REVISITING THE PARK | Work and reward for dump diligence

    In the mid-’50s, Madison Park-ites could be seen on sunny days mowing lawns or cleaning out garages. That meant a trip to the Montlake landfill, north of the university, to cart everything from lawn clippings and weeds to whatever couldn’t be given away. 

     
  • HEALTHY TODAY | Cloudy days ahead
    Early spring in the Puget Sound region is known for numerous cloudy and rainy days. While everyone knows that a hot, sunny, summer day can cause sunburns, many do not realize that 80 percent of the sun’s harmful rays penetrate through clouds and rain.
  • FOOD MATTERS | News you can eat

    Yes, it really is OK to name a restaurant for yourself. Canlis, for example. Not quite as dashing, perhaps, as El Gaucho, but it does just fine, evoking the high plains of Central America. Steelhead Diner says it all if you’re a fisherman. But then consider Duke’s, Ray’s...or Shiro’s. 

     
  • Accessibility becomes a rallying point for District 3 challengers

    Kshama Sawant’s mission to reject the usual corporate politics on the Seattle City Council has drawn a great deal of attention. So much so that she doesn’t have time to take meetings with everyone who asks. But Sawant’s spokesperson maintains that Pamela Banks was never slighted intentionally.

     
  • Opponents don’t expect Banks to change council debate

    Pamela Banks, 55, is a first-generation college graduate from the University of Washington who moved from Portland, Ore., to Seattle in 1977. She served as a senior policy advisor for former Mayor Greg Nickels, which is when she said she first considered making a run at office. 

     
    
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  • Noah Baumbach’s “While We’re Young” begins as an entertaining drama/comedy, exploring the intersection between Gen X and Gen Y, but it eventually drifts into an annoying, rather obvious critique of Gen Y (otherwise known as “Millennials). 
  • Forty homeowners in the Greater Seattle area are inviting the public into their new, remodeled or energy-retrofitted homes this weekend for the fifth-annual Northwest Green Home Tour. 
  • After Seattle City Councilmember Sally Clark announced that she was leaving her term early to take a job with the University of Washington, 44 applications spilled in to fill her position for the remainder of the year.  

  • HEALTHY TODAY | Cloudy days ahead
    Early spring in the Puget Sound region is known for numerous cloudy and rainy days. While everyone knows that a hot, sunny, summer day can cause sunburns, many do not realize that 80 percent of the sun’s harmful rays penetrate through clouds and rain. 
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