February 8, 2011 Times are tough for everyone these days — even robbers. A 65-year-old man trying to keep his family afloat held up a convenient store attendant at gunpoint...but apologized for his wrongdoing thereafter.
A abused-looking phone book in Seattle's Chinatown.
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December 9, 2010 The Yellow Pages are under attack in Seattle, and they're fighting back. The Yellow Pages' publisher is suing the city after Seattle called the books obsolete and decided to regulate their distribution.
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The porchetta sandwich.
June 7, 2010 The Wait Wait crew visits Salumi, a legendary Seattle sandwich shop and cured meat emporium, headed by Principal Salumist (that's a real title) Armandino Batali.
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