01-20-2019  3:32 am      •     
Trail Blazers celebration of black history

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Erika Waterbury, 4, front right, joins her mother, Jeametta Waterbury, right, and Torie Dotie, left, Nov. 5 at the Intiman Theatre's third annual Black Nativity Gospel Workshop in the Intiman Studio. The free event kicks off Intiman's eighth annual holiday production of "Black Nativity: A Gospel Song," a play by Langston Hughes.

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Despite president's wishes, the Supreme Court nominee must wait

WASHINGTON—The Republican-controlled Senate will begin hearings Jan. 9 on Judge Samuel Alito's appointment to the Supreme Court, spurning President Bush's call for a final confirmation vote before year's end.

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SEATTLE—By day, the historic Pioneer Square district is a vibrant cross-section of art…

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The Community Coalition for Contracts and Jobs will meet at 6 p.m. Nov. 15, at CAMP, 722, 18th…

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Mayor Tom Potter has named a diverse group of 25 community members to sit on the city's first…

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It's all here: seminal local history in "Jumptown: The Golden Years of Portland Jazz…


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Thirty-year-old Nikki Chase, the only Black professor in Harvard's economics department, has…


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WASHINGTON—The Republican-controlled Senate will begin hearings Jan. 9 on Judge Samuel Alito's appointment to the Supreme Court, spurning President Bush's call for a final confirmation vote before year's end.
"It simply wasn't possible to accommodate the schedule that the White House wanted," Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said late Thursday.

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As part of its commitment to engaging young people through arts participation, Intiman Theatre…


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