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Last updated August 28, 2014

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Wednesday, August 27

Nicole Brodeur

Matt Lerner: Walking the walk on urban livability

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that backyard cottages were illegal in Seattle. They are legal. Originally published Wednesday, August 27


Tuesday, August 26

Restaurants

After 25 years, Wild Ginger still brings the heat

15, 2014, was corrected Aug. 18, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly spelled the name of executive chef Jacky Lo. Originally published Tuesday, August 26


Nation & World

South Africa’s AIDS progress in peril

26, 2014, was corrected Aug. 27, 2014. A quotation in a previous version of this story gave an incomplete name for the speaker: Dr. Helen Rees, of the Wits Reproductive Health Institute in Johannesburg. Originally published Tuesday, August 26


Restaurants

The Herbfarm: A feast worthy of its reputation, with a side of salesmanship

A previous version of this story misidentified Willows Lodge, the hotel adjacent to The Herbfarm. Originally published Tuesday, August 26


Monday, August 25

Local News

West Seattle rabble-rouser told to remove ‘pooh’ signs

24, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the sewer project belonged to the City of Seattle. It is a King County project. Originally published Monday, August 25


Friday, August 22

Local News

Seattle’s waterfront park to reflect region’s rich tribal heritage

21, 2014, was corrected Aug. 22, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the Seahawks mascot was based on a Kwakwaka’wakw transformation mask. The story should have said the Seahawks logo was based on the mask. Originally published Friday, August 22


Tuesday, August 19

Other Sports

Pacific Little League stays alive at World Series with 7-5 win

17, 2014, was corrected Aug. 20, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Pacific Little League’s Karsen Tjarneberg committed three errors. He did not commit an error. Originally published Tuesday, August 19


The Arts

‘Electro-Dynamic Drawings’ at Henry put Vitiello on local radar

15, 2014, was corrected Aug. 19, 2014. A previous version of this story misspelled the name Andrea Parkins. Originally published Tuesday, August 19


Local News

Competing gun initiatives already drawing big donations

A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that venture capitalist Nick Hanauer and his wife gave a combined $490,000 to Initiative-I-594. It was Hanauer’s mother, Lenore, who gave money along with her son, not his wife. Originally published Tuesday, August 19


Thursday, August 14

Local News

Bremerton sailor guilty in rape threat of recruit

13, 2014, was corrected Aug. 14, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the Nimitz was based in Bremerton. Originally published Thursday, August 14


Tuesday, August 12

Business & Technology

Seattle popcorn chain sees exploding overseas demand

11, 2014, was corrected Aug. 12, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated the length of time the Saudi Arabian company had been contacting KuKuRuZa, inquiring about franchising. Originally published Tuesday, August 12


Sunday, August 10

The Arts

A Q&A with Tony Kushner on his ‘Angels in America,’ revisiting the Intiman Theatre

10, 2014, was corrected Aug. 10, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated the full name of “Angels in America: A Gay Fantasia on National Themes.” Originally published Sunday, August 10


Thursday, August 7

Local News

Ebola provides a painful lesson on Liberia

Originally published Thursday, August 7


Movies

Filmmaker Taylor Guterson teams with ‘old goats’ again for ‘Burkholder’

The previous version had an incorrect first name for Taylor Guterson. Originally published Thursday, August 7


Wednesday, August 6

Other Sports

Graham Trucking wins Seafair finale for second straight year

3, 2014, was corrected Aug. 5, 2014. A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the Albert Lee Appliance Cup at Seafair was the Albert Lee Seafair Cup. Originally published Wednesday, August 6


Monday, August 4

Entertainment

LARP’s ‘weekend warriors’ mix fantasy, fighting and fun

3, 2014, was corrected Aug. 4, 2014. The name of Nick Costa’s character, Bran, was misspelled in an earlier version. Originally published Monday, August 4


Pacific NW

With a camera, Matika Wilbur aims to bring Indian history to the here and now

A previous version of this story indicates that the Hidatsa, Mandan and Arikara people are from Arizona. While some descendants of those tribes may live in other states, the tribes themselves are based in North Dakota. Originally published Monday, August 4


Thursday, July 31

Local News

SPU student convicted in death at vacation home, faces 23-year term

The slaying was in Douglas County. Originally published Thursday, July 31


Editorials

Editorial: The Times recommends Daniel Bretzke for 37th District, Position 1

: A previous version implied Washington state has an income tax. It does not. Originally published Thursday, July 31


Editorials

Editorial: State Rep. Chad Magendanz a clear choice for 5th Legislative District, Position 2

A previous version of this story erred when it suggested he should reverse his vote against a specific House transportation package, which lacked sufficient reforms. Originally published Thursday, July 31


Tuesday, July 29

Business & Technology

Social Security at 62? Let’s run the numbers

A previous version of this story about the financial effects of drawing Social Security benefits at age 62 referred imprecisely to the 8 percent “bonus” available to those who defer benefits past full retirement age. The bonus is a flat 8 percent of the full retirement age benefit, growing annually to as much as 32 percent. Because of an editing error, the correction misstated the age at which the bonus becomes available. It starts after full retirement age, and continues accruing to age 70. Also because of an editing error, the correction misstated the basis for a 25 percent reduction in monthly benefits for those whose full retirement age is 66, but who begin taking payments at 62. It is a reduction from the full retirement age benefit.. Originally published Tuesday, July 29


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