Opinion

Mon, 01/29/18

By Jean Godden

Things move quickly in the age of internet. Ideas move so fast that no sooner does a worthy cause emerge than a backlash arises to question its validity. Such is the case with the #MeToo movement.…MORE

Mon, 01/22/18

 

 by Georgie Bright Kunkel

    What would life be like without holidays? Very dismal I suspect. The human condition is fragile and without breaks now and then this fragility would be intolerable.…MORE

Mon, 01/22/18

By Jean Godden

Chief Seattle -- the man whose name we usurped -- was a good-looking guy. Dr. William Tolmie of the Hudson Bay Company called Seattle "the handsomest Indian" he had ever seen. Tolmie said Seattle had…MORE

Mon, 01/15/18

By Jean Godden 

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Sun, 12/24/17

By Jean Godden

"It is a bright cold day in April, and the clocks are striking thirteen."

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Wed, 12/20/17

By Patrick Robinson

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Mon, 12/18/17

By Jean Godden

This much is clear: The nation is having a MeToo moment. It's driven by revelations about powerful men who have acted inappropriately. Some have taken advantage of women or have sexually harassed,…MORE

Mon, 12/11/17

By Jean Godden

A survey of 400 residents found that we Seattleites are of two minds about this city's wild growth. While we're convinced that hyper-growth is making it hard for average folks to live here, we are…MORE

Mon, 12/04/17

By Peggy Sturdivant

The highlight of Thanksgiving shouldn’t have been whacking a persimmon tree as though it was a piñata. 

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Mon, 12/04/17

By Jean Godden 

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