PACIFIC NW MAGAZINE: Chef Bruce Naftaly sets up a work station in Nancy Leson’s kitchen to give her a lesson in making crackers. The process isn't difficult, and you can freeze batches of unbaked crackers on a baking sheet and bake them fresh for company.
Rebuilding has barely started in some of Japan’s hardest-hit communities, and one expert warns the Pacific Northwest isn’t learning from Japan’s experience.
- UPDATE - 06:55 PM Vietnam says it may have found missing jet's door
- UPDATE - 06:55 PM Lack of passport checks expose air security flaw
- Students press profs to open minds to cheaper textbooks
- Q&A: WSDOT secretary talks about Bertha, megaprojects — and more
- Flood warnings in effect until Monday night on some rivers
- State Senate passes bill to regulate medical marijuana
UPDATE - 06:49 PM No consensus on how to notify data breach victims
- West Seattle Junction development: Another crane up; concrete-pour traffic alert | West Seattle Blog
- Lynnwood-based Zumiez reports increased sales in February | Lynnwood Today
- Richard Sherman to Make Appearance at Bellevue Square Microsoft Store on Monday | Downtown Bellevue Network
- Pikes/Pines: Pondering the pulmonates of Capitol Hill | Capitol Hill Seattle Blog
- Don't kill the ump: Umpire training and Rules Clinics for Little League parents | Shoreline Area News
I found it easier to find health violations at my neighborhood restaurant than about problems at my kid's child-care center.Jonathan Martin, column: "Make child care transparent for parents"
- Editorial: Follow governor’s lead seeking a federal waiver on Title 1 funds
- Editorial: Senate should protect people with disabilities
- Guest: Stop dinging state schools for timber money
- Guest: U.S.-China relationship thriving, despite challenges | Guest columnist
UPDATE - 07:06 PM Saint Mary’s again stands in Gonzaga’s WCC tournament path
NEW - 07:15 PM Huskies must win 4 games in 4 days to make NCAA tournament
NEW - 07:00 PM CIOs in hot seat since Target data breach