It's been 25 years since The Stranger first rolled off the printing press. The year was 1991. George H. Bush was still in office, Thelma & Louise and Silence of the Lambs hit theaters, and Nirvana's Nevermind launched the start of Seattle's grunge era. While times have changed, and other newspapers have struggled, The Stranger just keeps going strong. We stopped by their Capitol Hill offices and spoke with Editor in Chief Tricia Romano, and columnist Dan Savage about surviving and thriving after all these years.
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