If You're Not Smoking Out of a Unicorn Bowl, You're Doing It Wrong
Seattle ceramics artist Katie Marks also makes tiny, smokeable kitten and geode pipes.
‘Privacy Is Becoming a Luxury’: What Data Leaks Are Like for the Poor
"I felt like my identity or whatever didn't matter to them."
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A Local News Editor Got Fired for Warping Trump's Face on Live TV
You may have lost your job, but you have won our lifelong admiration.
Five Million People Got a Much-Needed Raise for the New Year
Thanks to increases in the minimum wage across the United States, low-wage workers will collectively bring in $5.4 billion USD more in 2019 than they did in 2018.
The NHL Is Getting Another Franchise
Sorry Quebec City, it’s not you.
Amazon Has New York Afraid of Becoming Seattle on Steroids
Higher rent. More tech bros. And a massive monopoly beloved by the people who run things getting a ton of tax breaks. Can it be stopped?
Forcing Bosses to Pay More Works, and It's Spreading
The most credible argument against a $15 minimum wage is collapsing.
Everything We Know About Richard Russell, the Man Who Stole and Crashed a Plane
The 29-year-old rambled about "sweet nothings" and doing "barrel rolls" to air traffic control before crashing the plane into an island in Washington.
Mudhoney Snarl Through "Paranoid Core," Confirm First New Album in 5 Years
'Digital Garbage' is out via Sub Pop on September 28.
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What Seattle’s Failed Amazon Tax Means for Vancouver
Both cities face rising inequality and homelessness, but efforts to tax extreme wealth may end differently.
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Amazon Is Too Big to Tax and It's Terrifying
The mega corporation led by the richest man in the world is flexing its political muscle more than ever. You should be worried.
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Guy at Far-Right Rally Tries, Tries, Tries, Fails to Rip Up Anti-Fascist Sign
The fingerless gloves aren't helping, dude.