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Hackerspaces catch on for people who like to invent, change the world or just make things

By EMAUN KASHFI

More than 1,600 are now operating around the world, according to a website dedicated to the effort: hackerspaces.org



Cannabis cuisine goes way beyond brownies

By MICHELLE LOCKE

There's a long history of small publishers releasing cookbooks about marijuana, but now books about pot are prominently displayed at stores like Urban Outfitters.


10 things you should know about corporate inversions

By STEPHEN OHLEMACHER

The maneuver is becoming popular among companies looking to lower their tax bills.


'Visual search' shopping: gimmick or game change?

By MAE ANDERSON

Phone apps make it easy to buy items with labels such as groceries, but try it on a checkered shirt or a black shoe.


Park and ride is sold for $3M

By JOURNAL STAFF

Sound Transit is buying the Bonney Lake Park-and-Ride from Pierce Transit.


Courts OKs claim for kickball injury

Stephen Whigham was injured in a company kickball game that he was required to attend.


Virginia firm wins JBLM cable contract

By JOURNAL STAFF

LGS Innovations has been awarded a $7.3 million task order to upgrade the fiber optic cable network at the base.


Stocks finally lose ground

By ALEX VEIGA

The escalating conflict in Ukraine, disappointing retail earnings and profit outlooks combined to weigh down the market.


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