Every week, tens of thousands of Seattle Times readers turn to Rant & Rave to see what’s on the minds of their fellow citizens. One ranter may complain about a TV news anchor’s “hideous eye makeup.” A raver may thank a good Samaritan for saving a dog that jumped out of a window. The cheers and jeers are endless and varied.
Have you ever wondered how Rant & Rave comes together each week? Seattle Times staffer Madeline McKenzie and I pulled back the curtain on Rant & Rave during a live chat on Wednesday. We reviewed some of the most outlandish and heartwarming items from years past; talked about how they’re selected; and collected new rants and raves — from you.
Catch up with the conversation here.