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|Type||Regional news and commentary for the Seattle and Puget Sound area.|
|Ceased publication||December 17, 2012|
Tides of Flame was an insurrectionist-anarchist newspaper published in Seattle, WA. Tides of Flame regularly re-printed communiques claiming responsibility for property destruction taking place in the Puget Sound region. This had the effect of attracting attention from reviewersat The Stranger , a Seattle-based alternative newsweekly. Tides of Flame announced the ceasing of publication on December 17, 2012, recapping many of the themes and events covered by the publication.
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