(35 posts)

Hey, Seattle: What makes you trust the news you read?

We’re helping the Reynolds Journalism Institute learn how people decide what information to trust, and would love your help. Got a few minutes? Fill out our survey.

From The Evergrey / February 10, 2017

Next up on the Seattle Growth Podcast: What if the Sonics come back?

Jeff Shulman, host of the Seattle Growth Podcast, is dedicating his entire second season to one question: How would the return of an NBA team transform the city for Seattleites and non-Seattleites alike?

Uncategorized / February 7, 2017

‘Once land is gone, it’s gone for good’: A tribute to Seattle’s Cass Turnbull

Cass Turnbull, the woman behind a mysterious protest ‘zoo’ in an empty lot in Green Lake, was a force in Seattle.

Environment / February 1, 2017

Fresh Ground Stories brings live storytelling to a Seattle coffee shop

Once a month, people gather at Roy Street Coffee & Tea to tell and listen to their own stories, live. Here’s how it works.

Capitol Hill / January 27, 2017

Why we’re counting our homeless neighbors tomorrow

1,000 volunteers will fan out across King County count how many people are unsheltered or not living in permanent housing early Friday morning. What for? We explain.

Political Issues / January 26, 2017

Be in the know about Upstream’s secret shows

Upstream, a big Seattle music festival that’s funded by local billionaire Paul Allen and is set to debut this May, is holding secret music shows leading up to the big event.

Art & Culture / January 19, 2017

Why a UW student invited an alt-right writer to campus

Why was alt-right writer Milo Yiannopoulos invited to speak at the University of Washington, and what’s happened since? Jessie Gamble, a UW student and president of the College Republicans, explains in a must-hear interview.

Need to know / January 19, 2017

Seattle’s growth is splitting up love birds and three more things to know today

Birds are breaking up, there’s a proposal to split our state in two, Seattle police are wearing body cams, and we’re getting some clues into what our redesigned waterfront might look like.

Environment / January 5, 2017

Seattle’s Democracy Voucher Program: What to do with that money you’re going to get in the mail

Seattle’s Democracy Voucher Program, the only one of its kind in the country, gives Seattle residents $100 in vouchers to donate to candidates running in local elections. Here’s how it works.

Political Issues / January 4, 2017

Kick off the new year with these 9 things to do in Seattle this week

Kick off the new year with an f-bomb breakfast, a David Bowie sing-along and some wild mini-golf. Seattle never ceases to amaze us.

Art & Culture / January 2, 2017