Issue of

Jan 19-25, 2017

 Digital Edition


  • Rich Man, Poor Men

    Can the wealthiest U.S. president ever help the poorest U.S. citizens?

    By Daniel Walters

  • La Resistance

    Michael Moore, Congressional Democrats and local progressives: How they are resisting Donald Trump's agenda

    By Mitch Ryals

  • Must-See TV?

    Alternatives to the inauguration (and how to make watching more fun if you have to)

    By Dan Nailen

  • Viewers Guide

    The inauguration that hopes to Trump them all

    By Raven Haynes

  • The Watch List

    You'll learn a lot by watching some key people who could make or break Trump's presidency

    By Ted S. McGregor Jr.

  • Trading Places

    If Trump gets into a trade war with China, Washington state workers may suffer the most

    By Wilson Criscione

  • The Other Washington

    Our local state representatives and senators gear up for another year of fights over education, taxes and crime

    By Daniel Walters

  • The Gem State's Agenda

    What to watch for in the Idaho legislature's 2017 session

    By Mitch Ryals

  • CMR and MLK

    Congresswoman among community leaders responding to post-election racial slurs; plus, remembering Judge Sam Cozza

    By Mitch Ryals and Daniel Walters

  • No Feds Here

    As local college students follow the national trend to demand "sanctuary campuses," college officials are trying to determine exactly what that means

    By Wilson Criscione

  • Oh, the Humanity

    The murky take on marijuana and prenatal motherhood

    By Connor Dinnison





  • Grown-Ups

    The Nixon Rodeo continues to gain fans and write more music, but they have no grand illusions regarding their local act

    By Laura Johnson

  • Sunny Disposition

    Seattle trio Duke Evers' new album is surprisingly full of bright pop-rock

    By Dan Nailen


Madame Butterfly @ Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox

Fri., Sept. 20, 7:30 p.m. and Sun., Sept. 22, 2 p.m.
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