Boeing employees “cowering?” Uh, don’t think so. Boeing’s top man got himself into a pickle commenting on the prospects of retiring (he’s not) by saying “the heart will still be beating, the employees will still be cowering.” A joke gone bad. Yep, pretty bad. Columnist Danny Westneat wrote about this recently, asking the…More
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On a weekend packed with summer events, the weather is actually cooperating. Sunny skies are predicted to persist into next week, with temperatures in the mid-70s. See more from the National Weather Service forecast. Bored this weekend? The answer to that better be a resounding “No.” Between the Bellevue Arts Fair, the
Capitol Hill Block Party — the annual music blowout in the heart of the Pike/Pine neighborhood — gets under way at 4 p.m. today. The gates open at 3 p.m. on East Pike Street and 12th Avenue. More than 100 bands are slated to play on a half-dozen stages before the festival closes Sunday night,…More
Weather: Summer is on hiatus today as clouds rolled in overnight. Chance of rain later this afternoon and highs in the mid to upper 60s. Tomorrow should be rainy as well, giving way later in the afternoon. The rest of the coming week should be more similar to the end of last…More
Weather: Today follows the pattern of the last two days: cooler a.m. clouds that burn off in time for some afternoon sunshine. Today’s high will be pushing 70 — perfect weather to break out the barbecue. The National Weather Service forecast. Traffic: The map and cams. North Beacon Hill shooting: In yet another Seattle…More
The Capitol Hill Block Party, scheduled for July 20-22, announced some key acts in its lineup today. Neko Case, Fitz and the Tantrums, Diplo, The Lumineers, Youth Lagoon, Cloud Nothings and more are on the lineup. For more info on bands and tickets, see Andrew Matson’s blog.More