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  • INTERVIEW — Sheriff Knezovich
  • INTERVIEW — Sheriff Knezovich

      “What we hear from the courts is that these are just property crimes,” Knezovich says. “But here’s what the results are: Last fall, a vehicle was broken into and a gun was stolen and that gun was used to shoot two deputies. That’s not just a property crime.
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  • Bludgeoning the Budget
  • Bludgeoning the Budget

    Billions of dollars, partisan bickering and corporate sponsors — making government work.
      A couple of lessons out of Olympia last week: Don’t storm the governor’s office. You’ll be arrested. And don’t lock the doors of the Capitol building, because Senate Majority Leader Lisa Brown — who studied labor history as a graduate student — might get angry and cancel the Senate.
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  • The Big Chill
  • The Big Chill

    Frozen yogurt shops are popping up everywhere. What’s behind this new-ish obsession?
      You can make your own masterpiece,” says Froyo Earth owner Steve Kraft. Kraft opened his downtown self-serve frozen yogurt store last summer — and already plans to open northside, Valley and South Hill locations by the end of June. At Froyo Earth, customers choose from 10 different flavors of frozen yogurt and sorbets and more than 50 toppings.
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  • Any Human Heart
  • Any Human Heart

    Filming the unfilmable, Any Human Heart produces worthwhile results.
      something essential is lost when Logan is presented visually instead of through his own words. the film compensates with a leitmotif of three men — the “selves” of Logan in young, middle, and old age — on a sun-drenched shoreline. For the most part, it works.
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  • The Year in News
  • The Year in News

    Ten of the most important local stories to catch our eye
      Democratic Washington state Sen. Chris Marr, a moderate lawmaker by most accounts, fell to political newcomer Michael Baumgartner. Republican John Ahern, who lost his seat in the state House two years ago to John Driscoll, took it back. Republican Reps. Matt Shea, Larry Crouse, Kevin Parker, Shelly Short, Joel Kretz and Susan Fagan all ran unopposed.
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  • Ascetic Love
  • Ascetic Love

    The Last Station, covering the final year of Tolstoy’s life, highlights the struggle between natural impulses and restraint
      Their disagreement, which has big ramifications for the international Tolstoyan movement circa 1910, may sometimes seem like a marital spat in director Michael Hoffman’s film and is, on occasion, played for comedy. (Here’s Dame Helen Mirren creeping along a balcony.
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