(31 posts)

Troy Heerwagen

Troy Heerwagen Wants to Help Fix Seattle’s Worst Intersections

Seattle has some pretty bad intersections. But we also have a pretty awesome guy who decided to do something about it.

Changemakers / February 12, 2019

Drinking in South Lake Union

What are the best drinks in South Lake Union?

South Lake Union can be a real urban jungle: Cranes perched on every corner, construction equipment lying in wait to snarl traffic, and a steady stream of tech workers weaving around closed sidewalks. Lucky for you, the thirsty traveler, there are plenty of great spots to hunker down and wait out the building boom. And […]

Drink / February 5, 2019

Do you talk about how much you make?

Money in Seattle: Do you talk about how much you make?

Last week, we heard a group of Evegrey readers answer the question: How much does it take to live comfortably in Seattle? Today, we continue our conversation with a second question: Should we talk more about our personal incomes? “If you subscribe to the idea that money is power, then financial feminism is about putting […]

Issues / February 4, 2019

Seattle Bike Blog's Tom Fucoloro

Meet Seattle’s #1 biking, blogging dad

In 2009, Tom Fucoloro and his girlfriend Kelli sold their car and moved to Seattle. Shortly after, he started a little website called seattlebikeblog.com. Today, Tom and Kelli are married, have a new baby, and still don’t own a car. And that blog? It’s become a prime source of news and information for riders around […]

Changemakers / January 31, 2019

Money in Seattle

Money in Seattle: How much do you need to live comfortably here?

There’s been lots of news coverage about income inequality in our city, but sometimes personal wealth still feels like it’s the elephant in the room. It can be uncomfortable to talk about how much we make and how much we spend — even when it’s in the bigger context of a discussion about how difficult […]

Housing / January 31, 2019

Dragon boating in South Lake Union

Dragon boating in Seattle’s South Lake Union

We’ve wrapped up our series on the Central District, and we’re diving in to our next neighborhood: South Lake Union. Why not check out the view from the water? Maybe you’ve seen them out on Lake Union: a long, colorful boat, and a group of people paddling in cadence to the beat of a drum. […]

Neighborhoods / January 31, 2019

Bonnie Robinson Delivers Bus Service With a Smile

If you regularly make the commute from the Eastside, you might be lucky enough to know Bonnie Robinson, one of the friendliest bus drivers in King County. As a Metro operator, she knows we all have a tough time now and then; Bonnie just wants to make sure yours isn’t on the bus. But don’t […]

Changemakers / January 25, 2019

Fresh fish

Video: These guys (and gal) know fish

Pike Place market isn’t the only spot in Seattle to find good seafood. Turns out, the Central District is home to some fish mongers who really know their product. After slinging fish at some of the most prominent markets in town, Sal Panelo decided to open his own place. The offerings at Seattle Fish Guys […]

Business / January 15, 2019

Donald King in the Central District

Video: 4 buildings that shaped Seattle’s Central District

A lot has changed in our city over the past ten years. At the same time, Seattle still has plenty of special spots — locations that offer a window to our past and point the way to a vibrant future.

Central District / January 2, 2019

b-boy

Video: Seattle’s spot for fresh dance moves

Go to Washington Hall on a Monday night and you’ll step onto “the best floor in Seattle.” Washington Hall is an iconic, historic place that’s played host to the likes of Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington, and Jimi Hendrix. But on “Soulful Mondays,” it’s a playground for anyone who’s into street-style dance and wants to master […]

Art & Culture / December 20, 2018