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Grill Some Duck Legs Before Summer Is Over

A surprisingly simple go-to grilling recipe that makes the most of an unexpected ingredient.

Steven Soderbergh's Logan Lucky Is Ocean's Eleven in Trump-merica

8 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Everything about Steven Soderbergh's return to feature filmmaking is fantastic... except the film itself. by Sean Nelson Y ou may be wondering why all the advance press about Steven Soderbergh's return to feature filmmaking after a well-publicized "retirement" in 2013 has focused on the film's distribution business plan. Show More Summary

Cold Crush Evicted From RiNo, Plans Move to East Colfax

Lease conflicts and eviction threats are at play Times they are changing in Denver’s River North neighborhood, as Cold Crush – the hip hop music and art venue at 2700 Larimer Street – will shutter its doors and move to a new zip code on East Colfax this fall. Show More Summary

Free Will Astrology

8 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

For the Week of August 16 by Rob Brezsny ARIES (March 21–April 19): "To disobey in order to take action is the byword of all creative spirits," said philosopher Gaston Bachelard. This mischievous advice is perfect for your use right now, Aries. Show More Summary

The Astrological Signs of Horrible People

8 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Oh! You're a Pisces! Just like Mitch McConnell. by Rich Smith You've heard President Donald Trump is a Gemini with a rising Leo. But what about all those other horrible people? Pisces: Mitch McConnell Aquarius: Paul Ryan Gemini: Donald...Show More Summary

Astrologers Agree: The Eclipse Is Bad News for Trump

8 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Major changes in the president after the eclipse? by Katie Herzog O n Monday, August 21, a shadow will stretch across the United States from Oregon to South Carolina as the moon passes between the Earth and the sun for a few brief moments. Show More Summary

Robert E. Lee & Stonewall Jackson Are Part Of Bronx College's 'Hall Of Fame'

As New York City residents demand that the federal government rename General Lee Avenue and Stonewall Jackson Drive in Brooklyn’s Fort Hamilton, monuments to the two slaveholding Confederate generals sit unperturbed outside Bronx Community College. [ more › ]

A Distant Relative Died in 1940 and No One Ever Picked Up Her Remains—So I Did

8 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Thousands of unclaimed cremains are just sitting there at Oregon State Hospital. Are you related to any of them? by Meg van Huygen I 've never known much about my dad's family. He and I are close, but he doesn't seem to know much more...Show More Summary

Nite Skool at Annex Theatre Is Hilarious, or at Least the First Half Is

8 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

In Nite Skool, writer Max Kirchner and "neo-burlesque" theater group the Libertinis find humor in the world of social-justice killjoys. by Rich Smith W hen Nite Skool's ensemble turned the phrase "gender is a weapon of the patriarchy"...Show More Summary

What Is Jeff Sessions Smoking?

8 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

He is using BS data to attack Washington State. by Lester Black U S attorney general Jeff Sessions still hates weed and still wants to shut down the legal cannabis industry. In his latest attack, coming in the form of a letter to Governor...Show More Summary

Nikkita Oliver Concedes Mayoral Race, Will Not Endorse Cary Moon or Jenny Durkan

8 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Heidi Groover Nikkita Oliver says her campaign engaged voters directly impacted by housing instability and racial injustice. HG King County Elections certified final elections results today confirming that mayoral candidate Nikkita...Show More Summary

Report: Compared To Other Cities, D.C. Commuters Save The Most By Picking Bikeshare Over Metro

District residents who choose Capital Bikeshare membership instead of Metrorail's monthly pass save $127 per month. [ more › ]

Temp Workers Describe Grueling Conditions at Whatcom County Blueberry Farm Where Mexican Became Fatally Ill

8 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Steven Hsieh Blueberry fields at Sarbanand Farms SH On August 4, roughly 60 Mexican workers stopped picking blueberries at Sarbanand Farm in Whatcom County to protest the alleged treatment of a colleague, Honesto Silva Ibarra, who fell ill on the job. Silva Ibarra died two days later at Harborview Medical Center. Show More Summary

SoMa Burlington Coat Factory Guard Arrested After Allegedly Shooting Man Outside Store

Coincidentally, San Francisco just won a major legal victory against the loss prevention company reportedly used by Burlington. [ more › ]

Chef Carl Schaubhut of DTB is Ochsner’s New Eat Fit Chef Ambassador

He felt personally connected to the program through his battle with cancer DTB’s chef and owner Carl Schaubhut has been named Chef Ambassador of Ochsner’s Eat Fit program, a healthy eating restaurant initiative launched by Molly Kimball,...Show More Summary

Fox News Pundolt: The Confederate Flag and the Rainbow Flag "Represent the Same Thing"

8 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

The story of why we gays still fly the rainbow flag to this day. by Dan Savage These colors don't run. They sashay, gurl. Raw Story: During an interview on Fox & Friends, [right-wing author Star] Parker said that it was “ironic” that...Show More Summary

Vegan Ice Cream Sensation Frankie and Jo’s Is Expanding to Ballard

Ballard and Capitol Hill will soon be home to both Frankie and Jo’s and Salt and Straw Capitol Hill’s vegan ice cream sensation, Frankie and Jo’s, is blessing Ballard with its dreamy dairy-free delights: The company’s second location...Show More Summary

Shake Shack Opens First San Antonio Location

The burger chain opens its doors on August 23 East Coast favorite burger chain Shake Shack is opening its first San Antonio location on Wednesday, August 23. It’ll be found in the Park North Shopping Center in Shearer Hills/Ridgeview. Show More Summary

News: Leigh Burns named director of the Fox Theatre’s initiative to help historic theaters

The Fox Theatre Institute, which was created to help save historic theaters across the state, has named Leigh Burns as its new director. Burns has 17 years of historic preservation planning and community development experience with different state agencies. “Leigh Burns’s impressive background, plus her passion for historic preservation, will be a great asset to...

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