Seattle Weekly

Deputies originally said he was holding a knife or "some sort of sharp object."
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The abrupt closing last week of the 47-year-old Boston Phoenix was a shock to the alternative weekly ecosystem. It also underscored the divide between struggling big city papers and more viable smaller-market ones.
The alternative Seattle Weekly ran a lengthy cover story last week about local bestselling true crime author Ann Rule. Specifically
In May, the home of a Swedish cartoonist who drew Mohammed was targeted by arsonists. In January, a Danish cartoonist was