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  1. A sailor's poetic primer on the science of tides2018/07/29
    Before you listen to this talk by Jonathan White , you might want to be somewhere by the sea as the moon rises or sets. That would be ideal. If not that, be somewhere where you can search maps of all the far-flung places he’ll talk about. You’ll likely have that urge.
  2. Your Uber ride is partly why Seattle traffic got so bad2018/07/28
    Ninety-four million extra miles of driving. A new study says that’s the amount of traffic that ride-share companies like Uber and Lyft added to Seattle streets in 2017.
  3. We aren't getting too nostalgic about this week's news 2018/07/27
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  4. PNB launches program to foster female choreographers2018/07/27
    Many ballet dancers are women, but far fewer women actually create the dances we see onstage. Seattle’s Pacific Northwest Ballet school wants to help change that paradigm.
  5. This modern Seattle building doesn’t have AC — on purpose2018/07/27
    It’s hot outside. In most offices in Seattle, air conditioning keeps the employees cool. That’s not happening at the architecture firm Weber Thompson.
  6. Orca deaths: 'Something is really wrong with our ecosystem' 2018/07/27
    This week our local Orca pod, the J pod, had something to celebrate. A new Orca was born on Tuesday. For these endangered southern-resident whales every birth is critical.
  7. Is this the end of the Showbox?2018/07/26
    The outcry yesterday was immediate, after new documents showed a developer is planning on bulldozing the concert venue and replacing it with a 44-story, $100 million dollar apartment building.
  8. Sex, science and decolonization—and a burlesque show that tackles all three2018/07/26
    The shame and violence around sexuality in North America isn't an accident—it's inextricably linked to settler colonialism, says University of Alberta professor Kim TallBear. And what better way to celebrate and reclaim sexuality than with a burlesque show? Enter the cabaret seating and condom fairies (!) of Tipi Confessions.
  9. With family reunification deadline upon us, what's the state of Washington detentions?2018/07/26
    Today is the deadline for the Trump administration to finish reunifying families it separated at the border. Meghan Casey of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project is an advocate whose client has not yet been reunited with her child, and has been tracking the numbers of families impacted in Washington State.
  10. Love and mourning in our evolving relationship with orcas2018/07/26
    Today is the deadline for the Trump administration to finish reunifying families it separated at the border. Meghan Casey of the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project is an advocate whose client has not yet been reunited with her child, and has been tracking the numbers of families impacted in Washington State.
  11. A tale of an artist, a pot grower, and Seattle's wild real estate market2018/07/26
    When Washington voters legalized recreational pot five years ago, they paved the way for a new industry that includes everything from retail shops to big grow operations.
  12. As Carmen Best becomes Seattle police chief, questions persist about unusual process2018/07/26
    As Carmen Best enters the confirmation process to become Seattle’s next police chief, she told the City Council Wednesday how her profession has transformed since she entered the force 26 years ago.
  13. The Bechdel test is over 30 years old: time for an update?2018/07/26
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  14. Is agriculture bailout 'corporate welfare' for Washington wheat farmers?2018/07/25
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  15. Facebook to stop ad discrimination in Washington state2018/07/25
    Bill Radke talks to Sam Machkovech, tech and culture editor at Ars Technica, about Attorney General Bob Ferguson's investigation into Facebook and the resulting agreement the social media behemoth has signed to stop letting advertisers exclude minority groups from seeing their ads. The attorney general says the changes will be legally binding in Washington state but take place nationwide.
  16. The media you can see, and the Facebook ads that you can't2018/07/25
    The government is moving into the welfare business... but not in the way you might think. In the face of an escalating trade war with China, the Trump administration has unveiled a $12 billion bailout for agriculture. Are farmers heaving a sigh of relief, or still troubled?
  17. You got the job! So why do you feel like a loser?2018/07/25
    Ever felt unqualified for a job — even after you were hired? Are you convinced one day everyone at work will discover you know NOTHING? Take a breath. And listen:
  18. So, you know, young women are totally at the forefront of creativity in language2018/07/25
    So, like, does it bother you the way some people speak? Some of us use what are called "discourse markers" in conversation. A linguistics professor at Seattle Pacific University says discourse markers have been part of our language for years.
  19. A $200 million price tag, and the streetcars might not even fit2018/07/25
    The true cost of the Seattle streetcar's Center City Connector project may be well over $200 million. That's the latest from Mayor Jenny Durkan's office.
  20. When to call someone a Nazi. And when to not 2018/07/25
    Since the 2016 election, President Trump, some of his supporters and some of his policies have been compared to Nazi Germany.
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