The Seattle Times announced this week that it is cutting its staff and also is closing its Eastside bureau in Bellevue.
A neighbor of mine — Tony — is trying his best to take this “going green” thing seriously.
In this week’s edition of Tech Talk, we address fonts, fun and frustration.
I keep hearing the catchphrase “green,” and it seems to mean many different things.
The suburbs are synonymous with success. We pride ourselves on having good schools, nice homes, and police sophisticated enough to racially profile without appearing to do so.
Most of us recognize education’s sweeping impact as an equalizer and door to opportunity for people of all backgrounds and economic status.
Two is better than one. Volkswagen has finally freshened their very successful Touareg SUV, now called the Touareg 2. Funny name, serious people-mover.
From cyberspace bullying to school shootings, the news is filled with examples of youthful anger run amok.
Pretty much everyone agrees that people shouldn’t have guns in planes and bars. Guns don’t mix well with alcohol. But what about other places?