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Inay's Has Closed, But You Can Still Get Served By Atasha Manila at Baja Bistro

15 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Atasha Manila is now serving fish tacos and fierceness every Wednesday at Beacon Hill's Baja Bistro. Courtesy Atasha Manila If you are missing the homey Filipino food of the recently closed Inay's Asian Pacific Cuisine, well, I'm sorry to say, I can't help you there. Show More Summary

19 Last-Minute Things To Do for Valentine's Day That Won't Break The Bank

15 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

It's not too late to spend Valentine's Day with Chastity Belt. Kelly O If you've been putting off making Valentine's Day plans, you probably won't be able to get fancy dinner reservations, but it's not too late to make plans altogether. Show More Summary

We Saw You Plunging Nearly Naked into the Water in Viking Helmets, Joking at a Juice Bar, and Hiding Your Dog's Shit

15 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Nearly Nekkid Norwegians plunging into cold water. THE STRANGER NEARLY NEKKID AT GOLDEN GARDENSWe saw a bunch of you, men and women, get undressed under a blue tent with a banner that read "Nearly Nekkid Norwegians" last Saturday at Golden Gardens Park in Ballard. Show More Summary

The Morning News: Trump and Sanders Win in New Hampshire, School Levies Win in Seattle, Christie Suspends Campaign

17 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

¯\_(?)_/¯ Albert H. Teich/Shutterstock An Anti-Muslim Billionaire and a Socialist Just Won a Presidential Primary: "We are going to start winning again, and we are going to win so much, you are going to be so happy," Donald Trump told supporters. Show More Summary

Senate Republicans' Anti-Trans Bathroom Bills Are Unlikely to Pass—But the Damage Is Already Done

18 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

State senator Steve O'Ban (R-Pierce County) cracked open a can of carbonated something before settling into his vice chair's seat on the state senate's Law and Justice Committee, where dozens of people had signed up to testify aboutShow More Summary

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders Win the New Hampshire Primary

Even though only 9 percent of the votes have been counted, his lead is so decisive all the networks have already called it. a katz / Donald Trump, who has never run for office before, just won the first official primary in the presidential race. Show More Summary

Ugh. The Seattle Times Said Marshawn Lynch's Retirement Announcement "Wasn't Classy" On Its Homepage.

The Seattle Times: 'Bout that racially coded action! lev radin / Exactly one week after writing about this whole debacle, there's this: Another questionable @SeattleTimes headline: @MoneyLynch's retirement announcement...Show More Summary

Students Launch Petition for Comprehensive Anti-Racism Program at Seattle Pacific University

Stock photos of college students are surprisingly diverse. The youth are not to be trifled with. Today, a group of Seattle Pacific University students, alumni, and supporters launched an incredibly detailed, strongly-written petition calling on the university to take concrete measures to strengthen diversity at the school. Show More Summary

Savage Love Letter of the Day:

My new girlfriend blurted out the other week that she had a cuckold past with her ex-husband. She told me when I was recounting a party I had attended and noted that it appeared a threesome would occur with one guy and two girls. (It...Show More Summary

New Hampshire's New State Motto: Freely Call Ted Cruz a Pussy Or Die

TPM: A campaign spokeswoman for Donald Trump said Tuesday said her candidate "single-handedly brought back freedom of speech" when he repeated a woman calling Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) a "pussy." In an appearance on CNN's "At This Hour With Berman and Bolduan," Katrina Pierson said there is "a full-blown assault" on freedom of speech in America. Show More Summary

Portland to Lose a Bunch of Popular Food Cart Lots to a $1.5 billion Development

Food trucks and carts in downtown PDX. Joshua Rainey Photography/ Portland is really freaking out about a massive development that will not only completely change its downtown but remove or relocate a number of beloved food cart lots. Show More Summary

Rick Araluce Sets You at the Mouth of the Unfathomable Great Northern Tunnel

Rick Araluce's meticulously recreated Great Northern Tunnel, and its back side at left. As I write this, I'm perched in a Pioneer Square cafe that sits directly above the southern portal of the Great Northern train tunnel. The tunnel runs through downtown but regular folks may not ever think of it because it's not a commuter track. Show More Summary

Crazy Weirdos Make New Hampshire Primary Tolerable

This isn't a robot, this is alleged human being Marco Rubio. Andrew Cline / Well, America's finally noticed that there's an election happening, which means that the race is gradually becoming more and more American.Show More Summary

Did You See Those Poets Perform With Macklemore on The Late Show Last Night?

If you're anything like me, you either binge watch television shows online or watch small chunks of them while you eat your pathetic lunch, but if you WERE watching The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night on your magical television...Show More Summary

The Reason Why We Should be Depressed About Bernie Sanders' Success

Bernie Sanders is not the same as Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, and Barack Obama. Sanders is not a neoliberal. Joseph Sohm / The key and devastating idea in Thomas Piketty's masterpiece Capital in the Twenty-First Century,...Show More Summary

Seattle MC/Producer DoNormaal Wins Andreas Robbins Scholarship

The Underground Producers Alliance has given its first Andreas Robbins Scholarship to Seattle unconventional MC/producer DoNormaal (aka 24-year-old California transplant Christianne Karefa-Johnson). Master Musicians of Bukkake keyboardist,...Show More Summary

Gay Hero Bear Confronts Marco Rubio

NYT: Mr. Rubio, who is seeking to win over conservatives, is seldom asked about gay rights at his campaign stops. But courting voters in a crowded New Hampshire diner on the eve of the primary is an unpredictable business. The voter, who identified himself as Timothy Kierstead, was seated at a table with his mother and his husband when Mr. Show More Summary

20 Stranger (Than Usual) Things to Do This Week

Re-bar is hosting a Blue Steel meets "Thrift Shop" fashion show on Thursday. February approaches middle age with the one-two punch of Mardi Gras and Valentine's Day, and we've got all your left-of-the-dial activities to celebrate appropriately,...Show More Summary

The Morning News: Governor Jay Inslee Closes Door to GOP, Beyoncé Launches Fund for Flint Lead Crisis

Jay is not pleased. WALEG Governor Inslee Cancels Regular Meetings with Senate Republicans: After Jay Inslee's HulkSMASH side made an appearance at a Monday press conference dealing with senate Republicans abrupt firing of state transportation...Show More Summary

Savage Love Letter of the Day: She Knows She's Bi Now—But Does Anyone Else Need To Know?

2 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

I’m a 30 something, married female. I had figured I was bi since high school, but had never had the opportunity to really put theory into practice. Well, about 6 months ago I met a married woman and, with the consent of both of our husbands, we hooked up. Show More Summary

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