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Best and Worst of 2014: In Memoriam

OsoA simple wooden sign on a towering evergreen—one of only a few still standing along this barren stretch of Highway…

Mandolin Brassaw

8 Reasons to Love the Denny

he aim of making cities more bike friendly has traditionally focused on the streets—striping, signals and barriers, that sort of…

Mandolin Brassaw, Brangien Davis, John Levesque and Lisa Wogan

The 2014 Crosscut Courage Award Winners

Improvements in the human condition often begin with a single person endowed with an extra dose of courage, determined to…

Berit Anderson, Mary Bruno & Joe Copeland, Crosscut editors

Best and Worst of 2014: Highs & Lows, Gaffes and More

Our annual review of Seattle's gaffes, goofs and triumphs

Crickets for dinner. Buses filled with pot smoke. Good karma. Our annual review of the high points and low lights…

Mandolin Brassaw, Brangien Davis, John Levesque and Lisa Wogan

Best and Worst of 2014: Pot

Recreational marijuana comes to Seattle and the potrepreneurs are out in full force

LegalHave your cake and eat it, too (yum, cake!) with cannabis-infused cold-brew coffee. Perfect for: viewing Peter Jackson’s 11-hour extended-edition…

Mandolin Brassaw, Brangien Davis, John Levesque and Lisa Wogan

New Public Art Installation in South Lake Union

South Lake Union sprouts a new urban forest

This time of year can start to feel like you’re trapped in a crinkling vortex of wrapping paper with “Jingle…

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