In Case You Missed It: People's Waterfront Coalition director Cary Moon eloquently slammed the state's tunnel study and Mayor McGinn addressed expensive snow and canine-killing electricity.

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RIP Richard Holbrooke: Half a century of American diplomacy comes to a close. (Here's Nicholas Kristof's remembrance of Holbrooke in the NYT.)

Obama's Would-Be Health Care Reform Package: With its central provision ruled unconstitutional, a long battle looms.

Brown Christmas: 1.6 million gallons of sewage flow in Lake Washington and Medina homes.

The Middle Class: AKA "the new hungry."

Whacked: "Four alleged gang members have been charged with conspiring from behind prison walls in the fatal shooting of the gang's leader earlier this year in Tacoma," reports the Seattle Times.

Um, Okay: Embattled Michael Steele announces another run for Republican National Committee Chairman.

Your Normal Boner Is Just Fine: FDA warns against "herbal" erectile enhancement pills.

Ask an Expert: Rosie O'Donnell says Oprah Winfrey is not gay.

No Electronic Cigarettes in King County?: "[P]ublic health officials say [they look] so similar to the real thing that they make tobacco enforcement difficult and often prompt smokers to think it's OK to light up in public," reports Seattlepi.com.

All You Need to Know About the 2010 Golden Globes: Burlesque is up for Best Picture (Musical or Comedy).

Finally, happy birthday to Lee Remick, the American actress born on this day in 1935 and celebrated in song by the Go-Betweens in 1978.

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