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May 21, 2014
Vol: 21 No: 21


  • Wheels to meals

    By Rosette Royale , Assistant Editor

    North Kitsap Fishline converts an abandoned RV business into a Poulsbo food bank (Read more...)

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  • May 7, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 19


  • Taking back the hack

    By Aaron Burkhalter , Staff Reporter

    Before turning their tools to homelessness, Seattle’s tech workers set out to learn about it (Read more...)

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  • April 30, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 18


  • Going going gone

    By Rosette Royale , Assistant Editor

    Once they lose their buses, Seattle voters may approve a property-tax hike, says pro-transit group (Read more...)

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  • April 23, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 17


  • In the play ‘Bethany,’ Laura Marks crafts a modern tale of Homelessness

    By Rosette Royale , Assistant Editor

    In the ACT production of the play ‘Bethany,’ a homeless mother caught in the economic downturn fights to save her family (Read more...)

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  • April 16, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 16


  • Wes Anderson’s European screen dreams

    via: The Big Issue UK / By James Mottram

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  • April 9, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 15


  • Key to success

    By Alexandra Bolton , Editorial Intern

    In Tacoma, an innovative housing program pairs young people who need homes with homeowners willing to share (Read more...)

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  • April 2, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 14


  • Standing together

    By Timothy Harris , Executive Director

    (Opinion) A rally to protest alleged beating of homeless men sends out a message of unity (Read more...)

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  • March 26, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 13


  • Lessons in hope: At Olympic College, low-income students get a hand up

    By Rosette Royale , Assistant Editor

    At Olympic College, a program helps low-income students afford the costs of college life (Read more...)

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  • March 19, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 12


  • Tribal fishers get a second chance at justice

    By Aaron Burkhalter , Staff Reporter

    In the Fish Wars of the 1960s, tribal fishers were arrested for asserting their right to harvest salmon. A new state law will finally allow them to clear their convictions (Read more...)

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  • March 19, 2014
    Vol: 21 No: 12


  • Keeping tabs: Can a rebate keep poor people in their cars?

    By Rosette Royale , Assistant Editor

    To help ease the burden of a proposed $60 car-tab fee on poor people, King County plans to give them a rebate (Read more...)

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