- Columbia City hearts Mid Beacon Hill — Columbia City Blog
- Grown Folks Coffee has “the best spinach salad… in Seattle, and it costs only $4.95” — Seattle P-I
- The Times buried their “‘Beacon Hill Groper’ released” story deeply within their “Local Digest” while headlining a Totem Lake story on that digest page instead; this is one of the reasons I prefer the P-I — Seattle Times
- In a Rainier Valley high school football battle for the ages, Franklin beat Rainier Beach 22-21 on a last second touchdown pass, ensuring that both teams (along with, ahem, my alma mater Nathan Hale) will play a mini-tiebreaker next week for Metro playoff berths. — Seattle P-I
Beacon Bits: Blog love, salad love, touchdown!
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2 thoughts on “Beacon Bits: Blog love, salad love, touchdown!”
Totally with you on preferring the P-I. The Times seems to have less local news in general — certainly less South End news. And the P-I’s website is much more straightforward.
Yes. The Times seems to be more suburban-focused. Also more conservative. 🙂 The P-I’s website is so much better than the Times’. It’s not perfect, but it’s really good.
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