At Triumph Bar, a newcomer on Queen Anne North, there is an admirable selection of wine, impressive cocktails and some hearty snacks.
Lorenzo Romar is in his 12th season as the men’s basketball coach at the University of Washington. He’s led the Huskies to a 238-129 record, six NCAA tournament appearances and three trips to the Sweet 16. He currently ranks third behind Hec Edmundson and Marv Harshman on the all-time li
Spice up your deviled eggs with Sriracha sauce.
Gov. Neil Abercrombie signed a bill Wednesday legalizing gay marriage in Hawaii, the state that kicked off a national discussion of the issue more than two decades ago.
A man who gained Internet fame as "Kai the Hatchet-Wielding Hitchhiker" has been indicted on murder charges in the beating death of an elderly New Jersey man.
The District 751 ballots on Boeing’s contract offer don’t say ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ – it’s ‘I ACCEPT the contract’ or ‘I REJECT the contract,’ capitalized. Seattle Times photographers John Lok and Mike Siegel were at the Everett and Re
Here is some video of Seattle receiver Golden Tate talking to the media Wednesday. He discusses his one-handed catch at Atlanta, the screen he turned into a long gain, and the impact of the return of Percy Harvin:
The Vatican says that relics believed to be those of St. Peter, the first pope, will be put on public display in a ceremony later this month.
Airlines are doing a better job of staying on schedule now that fewer people are flying.
A teenager posted nonpublic information about a 2012 shooting on his Twitter feed, police said, and that material was later posted to an Instagram account being scrutinized for divulging information about witnesses to crimes in the city.
With most of its 137 million objects kept behind the scenes or in a faraway museum, the Smithsonian Institution is launching a new 3D scanning and printing initiative to make more of its massive collection accessible to schools, researchers and the public worldwide.
By Dee Riggs The Wenatchee World / (MCT) EPHRATA — A photograph of a message that appeared briefly on a Burger King sign last summer in Ephrata is causing a stir on the Internet. But the message — “Now Hiring Must Be Mexican” — was not authorized by management and was p
Longtime Microsoft executives Eric Rudder and Harry Shum are moving into new roles in the company, with Shum moving up into the senior leadership ranks. Rudder will take on the newly created title of executive vice president for advanced strategy. As such, he will be responsible for key cross-compan
Seattle introduces new teacher residency program: The front page of today’s paper features an extensive story by John Higgins about the Seattle Teacher Residency, which placed its first cohort of 25 residents in Seattle Public Schools this fall. Unlike most other teacher residency programs in
Seattle’s public schools are in their first year of a new teacher residency program. Called the Seattle Teacher Residency, it’s one of 18 programs across the country belonging to the Urban Teacher Residency United network and is the focus of today’s fr
Kronos Quartet’s first violinist and founder talks about discovering the string-quartet repertoire and the founding of his legendary new-music ensemble in 1973.
A trivia night with Geeks Who Drink. an EMP Museum party and a 3-D movie are ways that the long-running series’ fandom can indulge themselves.
Great stuff here in our Five Questions, Five Answers feature from UCLA beat writer Chris Foster of the Los Angeles Times. Many thanks to Chris. You can find him online at latimes.com and on Twitter @cfosterlatimes. 1. UCLA had a nice turnaround under Jim Mora last season. The Bruins are now up to No
Here is some video of Seattle safety Earl Thomas speaking to the media Wednesday. Included are his thoughts on some of what you didn’t see in the Free Safety Advice video he did with SI.com: