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November 07, 2006

Your voting day

Posted by Moderator at 11:32 AM

Paper or plastic (oops, we mean electronic)? Did you brave floods, long lines or traffic? Or did you fill our your absentee ballot at home over a cup of coffee? Tell us about your voting day -- and while you're at it, the ads and robo-calls that most turned you on and off this campaign.

November 10, 2006

Empty Space memories

Posted by Moderator at 11:34 AM

Do you have anecdotes or impressions of seeing the Empty Space Theatre in action? Did you work with the company yourself? Share your memories.

Note: If you would like your comments considered for publication in the printed newspaper, please include your full name and e-mail address.

WaMu Theater

Posted by Moderator at 12:11 PM

Seattle Times rock critic Patrick MacDonald's reviews of two concerts last weekend at the new WaMu Theater at the Qwest Field Event Center garnered a lot of response, positive and negative. What did you think of the venue? (Seal review | Van Morrison review)

Automated phone maze

Posted by Moderator at 04:12 PM

What's your worst experience with an automated phone system? Read our story.

November 13, 2006

Borat brouhaha

Posted by Moderator at 10:05 AM

Have you seen "Borat"? Was it for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan? Or Make Idiot of American Public?

Seattle and the Sonics: The end of the affair

Posted by Moderator at 05:48 PM

We are no longer posting enteries to this reader response, but if you're interested in continuing the conversation, you can do so at the Seattle and the Sonics: The end of the affair thread on the Sonics fan forum.

"There is really nothing left to negotiate with Seattle," a team spokesman said last week after Seattle voters came out 3-to-1 for the city initiative restricting public subsidies for pro sports teams. Where the Sonics and Storm should go is the question. Would you rather see them play in our suburbs or in Oklahoma?

Tell us where you're from and where you want the teams to play.

John Gilbert, 1939-2006

Posted by Moderator at 06:01 PM

Do you have memories of this man with a passion for theater, social justice and good books?

November 14, 2006

Holiday traditions

Posted by Moderator at 12:18 PM

In our melting-pot culture, dishes from many lands are making their way to the holiday table. Do you serve something special from your own heritage for Thanksgiving or Christmas? Share your tradition with Seattle Times readers. (We regret we cannot accept recipes in this comments form, but we welcome descriptions of your plans or dishes.)

On Thanksgiving, sharing Indian food and memories

Vibrant albalou polo from Iran brightens up a holiday table

Risgrynsgrot fuels Swedish Santa Claus

Best Apple Cup bets

Posted by Moderator at 03:49 PM

Have you ever had to paint your car purple after losing a bet on the Apple Cup? Has Cougar Gold cheese ever been on the line? We want to hear all about it!

Please send in your best Apple Cup bets and we'll post them online!

November 15, 2006

Airline travel security

Posted by Moderator at 10:56 AM

What has your travel experience been lately? Do the new security rules make you feel safer, or just more hassled?

Related links:
How to prepare for holiday travel when the rules aren't crystal clear
Q&A: The new travel rules

Apple Cup heroes and goats

Posted by Moderator at 04:14 PM

Any Husky fans with Drew Bledsoe nightmares? Or Cougar fans who have blocked out a Nate Robinson interception? Tell us who you love, or who you love to hate from past Apple Cups.

The best submissions will be posted online!

November 16, 2006

Apple Cup jokes

Posted by Moderator at 12:57 PM

How many Cougars does it take to screw in a lightbulb? What's the difference between UW and WSU? Send us your favorite Huskies and Cougars (clean) jokes and we'll put the best online.

Tipping

Posted by Moderator at 04:35 PM

Whom do you tip? When someone provides a service at your home -- whether it's delivering food, fixing the plumbing, cleaning the floors or building a deck -- do you give a tip? Does it depend on the service?

November 21, 2006

It's raining poetry

Posted by Moderator at 03:34 PM

This month our fair city's had more
Of the rain we are so famous for
A limerick or haiku
From a reader like you
Might make all this wet less a bore

November 28, 2006

How the storm has affected us

Posted by Moderator at 08:48 AM

Share your story about how the weather has affected you with Seattle Times readers. Were you among those stranded on clogged roads last night? And if you made it into work this morning — or not — tell us what roads or bus routes are OK. What are your plans for the rest of the day?

Go to the story here.

Reader photo gallery: Snow hits the Northwest

November 29, 2006

Baseball's winter meetings

Posted by Moderator at 03:21 PM

Tell us what you think about the M's and their moves — or non-moves — in Orlando. You can also use this page to ask reporter Geoff Baker questions about the M's or the meetings.

Back to Dispatches from the winter meetings.

What's the weather like where you are?

Posted by Moderator at 04:36 PM

As another November storm nears, let us know how weather conditions are in your area. Is it rain, sleet or snow coming out of the sky near you? Are roads passable? What bus routes are running? If you find yourself stuck in another nightmare commute, we'd like to hear your story.

Please include a phone number in case we need to contact you for details. (We remove phone numbers and email addresses before publishing.)

Read today's weather story here.

Read earlier entries about readers coping with the weather.

Reader photo gallery: Snow hits the Northwest

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