As Isiah Brown goes, so does Lakeside

You’ll have to excuse Isiah Brown if he doesn’t think a pull-up 25-footer is a tough shot, or if a driving, off-balance floater isn’t too difficult. You see, Brown has had to score in much worse conditions than a poorly-ventilated high school gym. Basketball is a year-round sport for Brown, and that means playing in […]

Astrological Forecasts for 02/28/2015

Aries (March 21-April 19): Today is a 6 — You could feel like you’re going in circles… like you’re aiming for a moving target. Slow down, and handle home responsibilities while you think over your plan of attack. Review what you know. Make repairs. Taurus (April 20-May 20): Today is a 7 — Talk about […]

UW men’s basketball will again be without Shawn Kemp Jr.

LOS ANGELES – So fragile are the Huskies that any turmoil sends them spiraling on a seven-game losing streak or produces an embarrassing defeat such as Wednesday’s 88-66 loss at UCLA. These days, the Washington men’s basketball team needs everything to be pristine perfect if it’s going to compete. Unfortunately, its situation is far from […]

‘Paul’ Patu, South Pacific Islander advocate, dies at 70

For more than half his life, Von Tresckow “Paul” Patu did everything he could to persuade Seattle’s young South Pacific Islanders to stay in school. Mr. Patu calmed student disturbances, mended relationships between sometimes sparring minority communities and, according to his family and friends, never budged from his trademark good humor during 30 years as […]

Aaron Nettles seals big win for Seattle Prep boys

TACOMA — Senior Jack Stewart had just fouled out of what could have been his final game at Seattle Prep. Riddled with foul trouble throughout the Class 3A regional matchup against Lincoln of Tacoma, Stewart finally was disqualified after being whistled for an infraction nearly 30 feet from the basket. Without its senior leader and […]