Also, you can't touch the big metal objects in the Plop Art Park.
Big news: Seattle is provincial. Details at 11.
People sketching and painting in art galleries are a bunch of selfish jackasses. Let me look, unobstructed, at the art, without having to tap dance around you. Buy a nice print and tack it up at home.
Bless you for your honest heartfelt article on parking lots. I fear for the world my children will live in without the inspiring beauty of concrete lots. Where they laugh? Where will they scrape their knees? We need a coalition now - before it is too late.
Could we get independent confirmation that the movie listings are, in fact, updated LOVINGLY?
Why will no one in Seattle stand up for the ruthless, tasteless developers who simply want to exercise their god-given rights to erect cheap, ticky-tacky condos whereever they see fit?
Speaking of parking lots: Remember Pony and Manray? Remember the mixed use building that was going to be put up in their place? Have you all seen the parking lot that now resides there and frankly looks like it is going to be there awhile?
Is it just me or was that just a hate crime against gays? Just another conservative developer destroying a couple of the now scarce gay bars we have in Seattle?
RIP A Birch Steen
@2: Eh, what are *you* doing in a gallery? Buy a nice print, put it up at home, and ogle it all you like. You can even put your nose right up to it!
Whitworth Fag # 6 - If it weren't for impending demolition, Pony never would've happened. Also, the lot there is due to one crankpot trying to prevent development and successfully delaying it. That part of the story is listed in Dom's article... I suggest reading it lest you continue to look like a fool.
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