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The Morning News: Seattle Home Prices Continue Climbing, WA Republican Senator Wants Seattle to Become Its Own County

by Ana Sofia Knauf Millennials' unsympathetic relatives: "What do you MEAN you can't afford this $1,000,000, average-looking house?!" DS Local Republicans Want a Seattle County: Senator Phil Fortunato, a Republican representing Auburn, has proposed a bill to separate the city from the rest of King County. Show More Summary

100 Days of the Resistance: One Action for Every Day of Trump's Presidency

From the Women's March to rogue Twitter accounts, US citizens are fighting back one day at a time. by Stranger Staff Day 1: More people seem to protest than attend Donald Trump's inauguration. The stands in DC, normally filled with fans, are eerily empty. Show More Summary

Chinapie: Fremont's Fun, Anything-Goes Pizza/Asian Fusion Restaurant

Pomerol's CIA-trained chef Vuong Loc and wife Tricia have opened a high-end, family-friendly pizza/Asian fusion restaurant in Fremont. by Corina Zappia I love to think of that moment when French-trained chefs go rogue. I picture it all going down like a scene out of Ratatouille. Show More Summary

Free Will Astrology

For the Week of April 26 by Rob Brezsny ARIES (March 21–April 19): I have misgivings when I witness bears riding bicycles or tigers dancing on their hind legs or Aries people wielding diplomatic phrases and making careful compromises at committee meetings. Show More Summary

Seattle's Tech Community Is Fighting Trump One Piece of Code at a Time

From an airport lawyer to hackathons, Seattle's programmers are resisting the best ways they know how. by Amber Cortes I f you happened to be walking through Westlake Park on the afternoon of March 1, you may have missed the Seattle-area "Tech Employees for Diversity and Inclusion" protest. Show More Summary

Michael Shrieve Remembers Drumming on David Crosby's If I Could Only Remember My Name

David Crosby's If I Could Only Remember My Name sounds like "hippie music" to Santana's Michael Shrieve by Dave Segal F ormer Santana drummer Michael Shrieve is famous for being the youngest musician (20) to play the 1969 Woodstock Festival,...Show More Summary

David Crosby Remembers His Name, and Other Surprising Revelations

Folk-rock god David Crosby sings like an angel, hates streaming services, and needs to sell tickets by Dave Segal D avid Crosby—who still really hasn't cut his hair—is in shockingly fine voice on his most recent album, 2016's Lighthouse. Show More Summary

Who Said It: May Day Anarchist or Stephen Bannon?

Guess which of these are real Stephen Bannon quotes? Seattle's May Day protests are coming up, and that means it's time once again to try to figure out who believes what. Practice with our handy quiz! "I want to bring everything crashing...Show More Summary

Highlights of the First 100 Days of Jill Stein's Presidency

One hundred days that shook the world. We imagine what it would have been like if Jill Stein had been in the White House. by Stranger Staff January 20 (Day 1): President-elect Jill Stein draws criticism for refusing to take the oathShow More Summary

I, Anonymous: Thanks for Fixing That Billboard, Mysterious Spray-Painter

I, Anonymous: Thanks for Fixing That Billboard, Mysterious Spray-Painter A billboard near my house recently showed an adorable baby girl with the words "I'm a looker!" and something about how early the eyeballs form. Every time I drove...Show More Summary

On the Blabbermouth Podcast: Ijeoma Oluo on 100 Days of Donald Trump

by The Stranger Episode 98: "It was already normalized," Ijeoma Oluo says of the Trump administration. "That's why it got elected." Win McNamee / Getty Images Subscribe to the podcast FOR FREE by clicking right here! With Dan SavageShow More Summary

The Documentary Karl Marx City Reveals the Truth About a Police State

Filmmakers Petra Epperlein and Michael Tucker travel to East Germany to investigate the suicide of Epperlein's father, who might've been a Stasi security service spy. by Charles Mudede I once lived in a socialist country—or at leastShow More Summary

The Beautiful and Bizarre Moments of Seattle’s Independent Bookstores

Beautiful and Bizarre Things That Have Happened in Seattle's Independent Bookstores by Christopher Frizzelle I ndependent bookstores are the best. You never know when you're going to have a profound experience browsing the shelves, an...Show More Summary

Ron Chernow and Colson Whitehead Are Among the Featured Authors in Seattle Arts and Lectures' 30th Season

by Rich Smith The Pulitzer Prize winner who wrote the book that launched the most popular musical and the Pulitzer Prize winner who wrote the book that will likely become the most popular TV series. (L-R) Rob Kim, Amy Sussman // Getty...Show More Summary

#ShoutYourAbortion and Civilization Have Won a Webby Award

The Webby Awards are known worldwide as the "Oscars of the Internet". by Amber Cortes Amelia Bonow, founder of #ShoutYourAbortion. SHOUT YOUR ABORTION Local activist network #ShoutYourAbortion and design firm Civilization have won aShow More Summary

120 Stranger (Than Usual) Things To Do In Seattle This Week: April 25-30, 2017

by Stranger Things To Do Staff Card Kingdom, Blue Highway, and other game stores will celebrate International Tabletop Day on Saturday. Surprise, Seattleites—you live in a city with hundreds and hundreds of events happening every week. Show More Summary

120 Stranger (Than Usual) Things To Do In Seattle This Week: April 25-30, 2017

Unusual and quirky events for April 25-30, 2017. by Stranger Things To Do Staff Surprise, Seattleites—you live in a city with hundreds and hundreds of events happening every week. Yes, our arts critics have already recommended 63 great...Show More Summary

Plans for New Low-Barrier Homeless Shelter Delayed to Address Concerns from Little Saigon Community

by Ana Sofia Knauf Seattle has been in a homeless state of emergency since 2015. CITY OF SEATTLE On February 8, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray announced plans to build a long-promised 24-hour, dormitory-style Navigation Center in Little Saigon's Pearl Warren Building. Show More Summary

Mayor Ed Murray's Attorney Wants Sanctions Against His Accuser's Lawyer

by Heidi Groover Three men say Mayor Ed Murray sexually abused them as teenagers. The mayor denies the allegations. PHOTO BY KELLY O, PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY MIKE FORCE The lawyer representing Mayor Ed Murray in a child sex abuse lawsuit...Show More Summary

Cherdonna Shinatra Trolls Ibsen's A Doll's House

by Rich Smith SPIDER OQ Washington Ensemble Theatre closes its 2016/17 season with the best idea it's had in recent memory. Cherdonna's Doll's House, which opens April 28 and runs through May 15, combines two giants of the stage. One...Show More Summary

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