Issue Number 30 November/December 1997
Cover photo by Mandy Merklein/Lighthawk
- Logging Seattle's Cedar River Water Supply
- by Scott Denburg
- Filling apparent wetlands for playfields at Magnuson Park.
- by Anna Mockler
- Watershed survey designed to make no waves.
- by Doug Nufer
- Despite a US blockade, Cuba has kept alive an effective healthcare system.
- by John Ruhland
- The little-discussed connection between the Gulf War and the Oklahoma City bombing.
- by Kate Bradley
- Director of the Working Women's Dept. of the AFL-CIO.
- interview by Barb Wiley
- A big story goes unreported
- by Norman Solomon
- [includes information on how you can receive free copies of books by Solomon]
- Residents and bicyclists need a say in industrial zone planning
- by Helen Wheatley
- Shall we add a new category to the national census?
- by Bo Richardson
- Ask Elsie what's become of her life
- by Peter Boritz
Reader Mail Actual letters from actual readers.
Small stories about big news.
Working Of and relating to labor. reported and compiled by Doug Collins.
American Newspeak Celebrating cutting edge advances in the Doublethink of the 90's.
Compiled and edited by Wayne Grytting.
Spike, the Rabid Media Watchdog
The poop on the local information industry.
reported and compiled by Eric Galatas and Eric Nelson
Hearing Aids Put these in the player.
comedy albums reviewed by Matt Robesch.
Northwest Books Regional writers in review.
literary reviews by Kent Chadwick and Sarah Sarai.
Reel Underground Your guide to independent film.
film reviews and calendar by Paul D. Goetz.
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