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Monday, February 16

Let it pour: Dry January hit a nerve | Nicole Brodeur's Names in Bold

My month off the sauce draws some reader response.

Sunday, February 15

David Axelrod: Working in the White House ‘a little bit of a narcotic’ | Nicole & Co.

The presidential adviser’s new book, “Believer,” chronicles a 40-year career in politics.

Monday, February 9

Sherman Alexie praises Marshawn Lynch’s ‘unapologetic blackness’ | Nicole Brodeur's Names in Bold

Sherman Alexie reads at Seattle Arts & Lectures anniversary event; Wings of Hope updates its annual fundraiser; and the Michael Bennett police bike is auctioned.

Friday, February 6

For video-game designer Kathie Flood, no thongs, no gore | Nicole & Co.

“If you want to make a different kind of game, you need a different demographic building the game.”

Monday, February 2

KEXP’s new Seattle Center home breaks ground | Nicole Brodeur's Names in Bold

A list of local luminaries turns out for the event; and the Hutch honors Kansas City Royal Alex Gordon with its annual award.

Friday, January 30

As EMP Museum’s new director, Patty Isacson Sabee is reaching for the stars | Nicole & Co.

A new exhibition of Star Wars costumes is just the latest in the museum’s efforts to expand its horizons.

Friday, January 23

Kevin Cole: ‘Seattle is different. So KEXP is different.’ | Nicole & Co.

A planned new home at Seattle Center and a new vision have the local institution on the city’s new wavelength.

Monday, January 19

Tom Douglas’ Lion’s Den looks for next great Seattle entrepreneur | Nicole Brodeur's Names in Bold

Ambitious locals make their pitch to a panel of business bigs.

Friday, January 16

Marysville man: ‘We were all scared’ during historic Selma march | Nicole & Co.

Fifty years ago, the Marysville man walked with the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil-rights protesters from Selma to Montgomery, Ala.

Tuesday, January 13

Seattle Opera hits high note before it even starts | Nicole Brodeur's Names in Bold

Conductor Julian Kovatchev makes an appearance in the lobby as “Tosca” becomes the toast of the town. Injured comedian Dylan Avila to make a comeback appearance Saturday with the help of Craig Gass.