We chopped down the news for a better view of what happened this week
Does a $17,000 security fee infringe on free speech on the University of Washington campus? Is it "hostile architecture" when the city of Seattle uses fences and bike racks to keep people from camping in public areas? Did West Seattle homeowners pay enough of a cost for cutting down city-owned trees to enhance their views? And does Paul Allen play and sing as good as Jimi Hendrix? Quincy Jones thinks so.
Bill Radke covers those stories and more with The Stranger’s Sydney Brownstone, Mónica Guzmán of The Evergrey and Crosscut’s Knute Berger.