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March 4, 2001 | KIM MURPHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There may be worse jobs than being the mayor of this city. It's just hard to think of them at the moment. Only in Seattle, with its normally mellow streets, can a magnitude-6.8 earthquake look like a blessing in disguise.
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July 8, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
A man protesting a police shooting of a black man hit Mayor Paul Schell in the face with a megaphone during a community celebration, police said. The mayor was hospitalized with broken bones around his eye. Police identified the man as James C. Garrett, 55, who wants an African American museum in Seattle and has interrupted at least one Schell news conference.
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July 8, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
A man protesting a police shooting of a black man hit Mayor Paul Schell in the face with a megaphone during a community celebration, police said. The mayor was hospitalized with broken bones around his eye. Police identified the man as James C. Garrett, 55, who wants an African American museum in Seattle and has interrupted at least one Schell news conference.
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March 4, 2001 | KIM MURPHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There may be worse jobs than being the mayor of this city. It's just hard to think of them at the moment. Only in Seattle, with its normally mellow streets, can a magnitude-6.8 earthquake look like a blessing in disguise.
NEWS
November 25, 1990
Just because Seattle-Tacoma is ranked as one of the world's most livable cities, don't expect the locals to crow at the news. In fact, some of them are downright cranky. "My first reaction was, 'Here we go again,' " said Seattle Times columnist Don Williamson. "Seattle's been one of the best-kept secrets in the country, but what made it so great is that it had been kept a secret."
NEWS
November 25, 1990
Just because Seattle-Tacoma is ranked as one of the world's most livable cities, don't expect the locals to crow at the news. In fact, some of them are downright cranky. "My first reaction was, 'Here we go again,' " said Seattle Times columnist Don Williamson. "Seattle's been one of the best-kept secrets in the country, but what made it so great is that it had been kept a secret."
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