As you read this, either online or in a newspaper, how is your
posture? And why exactly should it matter
whether you are hunched over a computer or newspaper right now?
As Bertha the tunnel-drilling machine makes headway toward
its repair pit, Seattle’s leadership is also aiming to make progress on
Last week, about midway through an intense viewing of the Daytona
500, the first pangs of hunger began to gnaw through my stomach. What, I
asked myself, could possibly taste better during an automobile race
than a hot dog?
As a Seattle rental-housing provider, I can say with
certainty that Senate Bill 5377 will not ensure housing security for
renters in Washington state.
With our Washington legislative session underway in Olympia, several
Seattle-based senators, as well as animal advocates, are working hard to
improve laws that protect animals.
It’s time to get serious about not letting people opt out of
vaccinations for non-medical reasons. If you choose to participate in
public schools and public society, then you have a mutual obligation to
ensure medical safety to the best of your ability.
In Seattle, there are very few bugs that bother us. Pests in the northern climes are controlled with exterminators, traps
and, in my home town of New York City, tiny motels for rodents and
roaches where “they can check in, but they can’t check out.”
University of Washington president Michael Young is leaving to take on
the same role at Texas A&M.
Comparisons between our city and Boston abounded in the
lead-up to the Seattle Seahawks taking on the New England Patriots in
last weekend’s Super Bowl. Particularly timely was the juxtaposition of
Boston’s “Big Dig” to Seattle’s tunnel project.