(34 posts)

Here’s what Anika and Monica will be doing at The Evergrey

Anika will be stepping into a new role leading business development and creative for The Evergrey and Monica will become the Editor, overseeing The Evergrey’s journalism, including its newsletter, storytelling and social media.

From The Evergrey / March 20, 2017

12 things to do in Seattle this week: Seattle’s Fringe Festival and how animals shaped our city

Here are 12 things to check out this week, plus make sure to RSVP for our trivia night!

Things to do / March 20, 2017

Join The Evergrey and Crosscut for Trivia Night

Expect a few rounds of random questions, a dash of Seattle history, some pop culture, and a few things that your “friend who knows way too much random stuff” will know… so bring them too.

From The Evergrey / March 15, 2017

What’s your favorite spot in Seattle to do creative work? Tell us for a chance to win a copy of Scott Berkun’s ‘Dance of the Possible’

Is it a coffee shop, a park, a bar? Tell us your favorite Seattle spot to get creative work done and we’ll enter you into a drawing to get a copy of best-selling Seattle author Scott Berkun’s book, “Dance of the Possible.”

Art & Culture / March 15, 2017

Seattle pros and cons: ‘I never want to buy a house again’

What would you attack about Seattle, and what would you defend about it? Evergrey Writing Group member Erica McGillivray reflects on an expensive city and its welcoming culture.

People / March 14, 2017

Seattle pros and cons: ‘I will never not be in awe’

What would you attack about Seattle, and what would you defend about it? Evergrey Writing Group member Paul Gambill muses on ‘the Seattle process’ and its irresistible views.

Your View / March 14, 2017

Seattle pros and cons: ‘She spent more on oxy than on rent’

What would you attack about Seattle, and what would you defend about it? Evergrey Writing Group member Claire Justice (that’s her pen name) reflects on homelessness in the city and her love of the water.

Your View / March 14, 2017

Got something to share with Seattle? Buy a spot in The Evergrey newsletter!

Today we’re introducing local advertising to The Evergrey’s newsletter. Anyone can place a promotion, whether it’s for a product, service, event, or just to wish someone an extra special happy birthday 🙂

From The Evergrey / March 13, 2017

‘Melting Mountains’ and the art of diplomacy: A reflection on crossing political divides from Sherman County, Oregon

Jessica Richelderfer Wheeler, a former copy editor who lives on a wheat farm in rural Oregon, attended our ‘Melting Mountains’ event to bring people from liberal King County and conservative Sherman County together: ‘We want a great place to live, to be safe, for our kids to become who they want to become,’ she writes. ‘We just have different ideas of how we’re gonna get there.’

Political Issues / March 8, 2017

‘I want to stay curious’ and other takeaways from a trip across the political divide

‘It can be a powerful experience to step out of your own echo chamber.’ People from liberal King County, Washington, and conservative Sherman County, Oregon, share their thoughts after they sat down one-on-one with each other to talk about the country.

People / March 8, 2017