Politics / Seattle

King County Metro

Well, the One Percenters have done it again. The Seattle Times pretty much single-handedly convinced a lot of Seattle voters that Seattle blue is turning more and more toward purple as a vote for public transportation was defeated this week. The thing is, public transportation is not something most rich people do. The rich drive … Continue reading

Art / Seattle

Seattle Symphony and Minimalism

As sometime symphony goers, and thanks to today‚Äôs information gathering techniques, we received free tickets to hear the Seattle band play their up-coming Carnegie Hall program at Benaroya Hall. The program did not excite me but Ludovic Morlot has turned what had become a querulous ensemble into a first-rate orchestra so we looked forward to … Continue reading