2014

August 27, Vol: 21, No: 35 - Feature: Tent with a view: Nickelsville gets new digs

August 20, Vol: 21, No: 34 - Feature: Choice cuts. Metro offers cities their bus routes back - for a price.

August 13, Vol: 21, No: 33 - Feature: Campsite crackdowns on the rise

August 6, Vol: 21, No: 32 - Feature: How to Build a Girl: Caitlin Moran on her new book

July 30, Vol: 21, No: 31 - Feature: Livening up the day, bringing music to the streets

July 23, Vol: 21, No: 30 - Feature: The World Cup runneth over: what it cost the poor

July 16, Vol: 21, No: 29 - Feature: Seattle Mayor Ed Murray makes an effort to save late-night bus routes

July 9, Vol: 21, No: 28 - Feature: In the hands of Willie Baronet, a panhandler's plea is a work of art

July 2, Vol: 21, No: 27 - Feature: Love wins. Courtney Love on making new music and ending old grudges

June 25, Vol: 21, No: 26 - Feature: Picturing Iraq

June 18, Vol: 21, No: 25 - Feature: With roughly 700,000 people eligible for dental care under Medicaid, finding a dentist may hurt a bit

June 11, Vol: 21, No: 24 - Feature: Who's Next?

June 4, Vol: 21, No: 23 - Feature: When it pours

May 28, Vol: 21, No: 22 - Feature: In Harm's Way: Early death is a fact of life for those on the streets

May 21, Vol: 21, No: 21 - Feature: Wheels to meals

May 14, Vol: 21, No: 20 - Feature: Four animated short films focus on family homelessness

May 7, Vol: 21, No: 19 - Feature: Taking back the hack

April 30, Vol: 21, No: 18 - Feature: Going going gone

April 23, Vol: 21, No: 17 - Feature: In the play ‘Bethany,’ Laura Marks crafts a modern tale of Homelessness

April 16, Vol: 21, No: 16 - Feature: Wes Anderson’s European screen dreams

April 9, Vol: 21, No: 15 - Feature: Key to success

April 2, Vol: 21, No: 14 - Feature: Standing together

March 26, Vol: 21, No: 13 - Feature: Lessons in hope: At Olympic College, low-income students get a hand up

March 19, Vol: 21, No: 12 - Feature: Keeping tabs: Can a rebate keep poor people in their cars?

March 12, Vol: 21, No: 11 - Feature: No labels: Clothing line makes a social statement

March 5, Vol: 21, No: 10 - Feature: The Millionair Club plants seeds of change

February 26, Vol: 51, No: 9 - Feature: King County Council sets reduced Metro fare at $1.25

February 19, Vol: 21, No: 8 - Feature: Heads Together: Filming the fight for global mental health

February 12, Vol: 21, No: 7 - Feature: Lawmakers consider two bills aimed at boosting the odds for homeless students

February 5, Vol: 21, No: 6 - Feature: Bowled over

January 29, Vol: 21, No: 5 - Feature: Taking a toll

January 22, Vol: 21, No: 4 - Feature: Rally, march to honor MLK includes call for higher minimum wage

January 15, Vol: 21, No: 3 - Feature: Olympia activists create cottage industry

January 8, Vol: 21, No: 2 - Feature: Unpacking hoarding disorder

January 1, Vol: 21, No: 1 - Feature: New year, new hopes

2013

December 25, Vol: 20, No: 52 - Feature: Caring for all creatures

December 18, Vol: 20, No: 51 - Feature: Tata Madiba: A message from the street paper, The Big Issue South Africa

December 11, Vol: 20, No: 50 - Feature: A holiday bizzare

December 4, Vol: 20, No: 49 - Feature: Henry: Portrait of an artist

November 27, Vol: 27, No: 48 - Feature: Class Struggle

November 20, Vol: 20, No: 47 - Feature: Food for thought: For hungry students, backpacks are the new food banks

November 13, Vol: 20, No: 46 - Feature: Downtown’s only youth shelter struggles to survive

November 6, Vol: 20, No: 45 - Feature: Driven to give: Barb Fulton’s food bank is on a roll

October 30, Vol: 20, No: 44 - Feature: Multiplicity: Global population is expected to hit 10.9 billion by 2100. How will everyone fit?

October 23, Vol: 20, No: 43 - Feature: With both candidates swinging at the other’s reputation, mayoral race may come down to style

October 16, Vol: 20, No: 42 - Feature: Up in the air: SeaTac becomes the hub of a debate over wages

October 9, Vol: 20, No: 14 - Feature: Health care for all

October 2, Vol: 20, No: 40 - Feature: Facing death with Sister Helen Prejean

September 25, Vol: 20, No: 39 - Feature: Taken for a ride: King County’s clamp down on weekend warriors could hinder homeless people

September 18, Vol: 20, No: 38 - Feature: Portrait of an artist: Inocente, a young Mexican immigrant, is the subject of an Oscar-winning documentary on homelessness

September 11, Vol: 20, No: 17 - Feature: Monsters, Inc.: One Nickelsville to three

September 4, Vol: 20, No: 36 - Feature: The finalists

August 28, Vol: 20, No: 15 - Feature: Uplifting: Powerlifter Winifred Pristell is in a class by herself

August 21, Vol: 20, No: 34 - Feature: Spike Lee: He's gotta have it

August 14, Vol: 20, No: 33 - Feature: Fakes! Counterfeit signs send a message in Ballard

August 7, Vol: 20, No: 32 - Feature: Break down: Costly repairs, strict parking rules take toll on car campers

July 31, Vol: 20, No: 31 - Feature: School of hard knocks: Native students, activists mourn closure of Indian Heritage school

July 24, Vol: 20, No: 30 - Feature: Cash Landing: Alaska Airlines, and others, file court complaint to shoot down minmum-wage effort in SeaTac

July 17, Vol: 20, No: 29 - Feature: Name game: For Homeless teens, getting help now means giving up on anonymity

July 10, Vol: 20, No: 28 - Feature: Future Shack

July 3, Vol: 20, No: 27 - Feature: Teen Feed meal program expands to serve youth in South Seattle

June 26, Vol: 20, No: 26 - Feature: This is how we roll: Public toilets get another chance

June 19, Vol: 20, No: 25 - Feature: Splitsville: City leaders don’t know what’s next for Nickelsville’s 125 residents

June 12, Vol: 20, No: 24 - Feature: UW researcher finds that for homeless teens, music is a lifeline

June 5, Vol: 20, No: 23 - Feature: Low-fare expectations

May 29, Vol: 20, No: 22 - Feature: Borrowed time: A 24-hour vigil at a South Park home is ground zero in the war against foreclosures

May 22, Vol: 20, No: 21 - Feature: Denver coffee shop offers work, perks to homeless people

May 15, Vol: 20, No: 20 - Feature: An education

May 8, Vol: 20, No: 19 - Feature: Living in limbo: Neighbors of Nickelsville want Seattle leaders to evict the homeless camp

May 1, Vol: 20, No: 18 - Feature: Lost in Transition

April 24, Vol: 20, No: 17 - Feature: Healing the world with art

April 17, Vol: 20, No: 16 - Feature: Third Avenue: The city considers a sweeping proposal one of Seattle’s busiest arteries

April 10, Vol: 20, No: 15 - Feature: Force of habit

April 3, Vol: 20, No: 14 - Feature: South Lake Union grows up

March 27, Vol: 20, No: 13 - Feature: Beyond prison bars: A documentary film explores the lives of local man who grew up incarcerated

March 20, Vol: 20, No: 12 - Feature: Hope on hold: Why so few get through to DSHS

March 13, Vol: 20, No: 11 - Feature: Wanted: Cops for all

March 6, Vol: 20, No: 10 - Feature: A park for the ages: Can children change Westlake Park?

February 27, Vol: 20, No: 9 - Feature: Radical in Seattle: Aaron Dixon recalls life as a Black Panther

February 20, Vol: 20, No: 8 - Feature: The welfare test

February 13, Vol: 20, No: 7 - Feature: Gone phishing: How fake internet ads are baiting those seeking low-income housing

February 6, Vol: 20, No: 6 - Feature: Law of the Land: Roe v. Wade

January 30, Vol: 20, No: 5 - Feature: Marijuana: Not in my house

January 23, Vol: 20, No: 4 - Feature: Out of the woods

January 16, Vol: 20, No: 3 - Feature: Evolution of an economist

January 9, Vol: 20, No: 2 - Feature: Defending the Motherland

January 2, Vol: 20, No: 1 - Feature: White House to pink martini: Interview with Ari Shapiro.

2012

December 26, Vol: 19, No: 52 - Feature: Christmas tale

December 19, Vol: 19, No: 51 - Feature: Left out in Lake City

December 12, Vol: 19, No: 50 - Feature: A more perfect union

December 5, Vol: 19, No: 49 - Feature: Africa’s digital inferno

November 28, Vol: 19, No: 48 - Feature: Many tribes one journey

November 21, Vol: 19, No: 47 - Feature: Food it's a growth industry

November 14, Vol: 19, No: 46 - Feature: Toy story

November 7, Vol: 19, No: 45 - Feature: Filmmaker focuses on Seattle's homeless youth

October 31, Vol: 19, No: 44 - Feature: Initiative 1185

October 24, Vol: 19, No: 43 - Feature: Global Vendor Profile: Moustapha

October 17, Vol: 19, No: 42 - Feature: Global Vendor Profile: Adrianna

October 10, Vol: 19, No: 41 - Feature: A mile in their sandals

October 3, Vol: 19, No: 40 - Feature: Illustrating the activist's cause

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