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Gluten-free Goodies Come to Capitol Hill

Nicole Schlaeppi • The Spectator The famous gluton free bakery called NuFlower which has a frequent stand at the Sunday Broadway Farmers Market now has a permanent location up on 15th avenue and Republican. ‘Tis the season for pumpkin bread—gluten-free pumpkin bread, that is. Also brownies, cookies, cakes, pastries and even bacon and egg focaccia—all ...

Features

The Bikes Are Back in Town

THE BIKES ARE BACK IN TOWN According to a 2013 survey by the Department of Transportation, over 158,000 Seattleites, nearly one third of the city’s total population, ride a bicycle at least occasionally. Nearly two-thirds of these are regular riders—those who, at least a few times a month, pedal their way from class to class, ...

Sports

SU FÚTBOL Takes on Fantasy Football

Seattle University’s men’s and women’s soccer teams know plenty about fútbol. Both teams came away with blowout victories on Sunday when the women’s team defeated Bakersfield 5-1 and the men beat Grand Canyon University 3-0. But how much do they know about American football, where players can use their hands, the clock constantly stops and ...

Opinion

Editorial: Consider Pot Dissent

Since the dawn of the pot revolution in Washington state, Seattle has had no problem upholding the reputation of a pro-pot, utopian free land. In a city with over 200 medical marijuana dispensaries, an annual Hempfest, and a police department that reacts to legalization by handing out Doritos and advice about how to smoke pot ...

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