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Accuser’s Subpoena Describes Alleged "Cover Up" at Mayor’s Home Last Summer

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The 63 Best Things To Do In Seattle This Week: April 24-30, 2017

The Bacon and Beer Classic, Cherdonna's Doll's House, Red May, And More Arts Critics' Picks

The 40 Best Concerts in Seattle This Week: April 24-30, 2017

The Weeknd, Lupe Fiasco, Dweezil Zappa, UMFANG, Sofi Tukker, And More Music Critics' Picks

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The Booming World of $100,000 Bongs

Who makes them? Who buys them? A look inside the high-end functional glass market.

No Other State with Legal Weed Has This Dumb Rule About Packaging

Washington Is the Only Place in the World Where You Can't Smell Weed—and Properly Evaluate It—Before You Buy It

Walking into a Weed Store with a Bunch of Senior Citizens

Cannabis Use Is Way Up Among People 65 and Older

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Neil Gaiman Has Been Thinking a Lot About the End of the World Lately

A Conversation with the Science Fiction and Fantasy Author About His Seattle Past, the Future of America, and the Norse Apocalypse

The Best Things To Do In Seattle: Spring 2017

Art, Performance, Jazz, Classical, Opera, Film, and Literature Picks From The Spring 2017 Edition of Seattle Art and Performance

The Understated Pop Brilliance of a 5th Avenue Theatre Director

Bill Berry has a reputation for coaxing funny performances out of actors. How does he do that?

When Lusting for a Young Woman Doesn't Work, Write an Opera

How composer Leos Janacek's obsession with a 25-year-old woman (when he was in his 60s) renewed his creativity and inspired Katya Kabanova.

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Persons of Interest: Luke Baumgarten and Ginger Ewing

A Spokane Power Couple Builds an Art Scene

Person of Interest: Lisa Geertsen

A Seattle Blacksmith Who Channels Her Creativity Using Metal and Fire

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Meet the Man Who Could Turn Eastern Washington Blue

Rural Americans Like That Donald Trump "Says It Like It Is." Can a Plainspoken Spokane Democrat Win Them Over?