(31 posts)

A Virtual Lunar New Year Event w/ The Evergrey + International Examiner

Join us in celebrating the Year of the Ox with a panel to discuss the intersections of identity, culture, and food, followed by a cooking demo.

Art & Culture / January 20, 2021

🎧 Local Music Lowdown: Marshall Law Band

Our latest music profile features the Marshall Law Band a group that played for nearly a week straight in the streets of CHOP.

Capitol Hill / January 19, 2021

After climate-protection drift and despair, a blueprint for success emerges in Cascadia

Washington State’s redoubled climate goals and fresh action plan revive hope to cut emissions. But ongoing fossil fuel development in BC could undercut Cascadia’s progress.

Environment / January 19, 2021

A Thin Green Line with Global Impact

Part two of Getting to Zero: Decarbonizing Cascadia from Investigate West. How activists stopped 20+ PNW fossil fuel proposals.

Community / January 19, 2021

Meet your local beekeeper: Robin David

Robin David works for Best Bees, a company that helps corporations and private residents maintain their own beehives and also collect data for research.

Environment / January 14, 2021

A Lost Decade: How Climate Action Fizzled In Cascadia

Part one of InvestigateWest’s series “Getting to Zero: Decarbonizing Cascadia,” explores how Cascadia fell short of their climate change goals.

Environment / January 11, 2021

Seattle’s biggest restaurant openings and closings in 2020

We rounded up the biggest restaurant news from the past year for you. Despite the tough year, there were a number of places we welcomed to the scene.

Drink / December 18, 2020

🎧 Local Music Lowdown: Warren Dunes

Warren Dunes brings us a visual EP to help us forget all the bad things happening. The local band sits down to talk about their latest project.

Art & Culture / December 15, 2020

34 gifts for every Seattleite on your list

Shirt from Cold Cube Press, bag from Hood Famous, coffee from Boon Boona, cocktail kit from Aswad. The holidays will be a bit different this year, and many of us will be celebrating without the people and traditions that usually mark the season.  The good news: Gift-giving is a tradition that can easily overcome the […]

Business / December 8, 2020

🤗 You’ve got to give a little, Seattle

📸: @ecoheather Hey there, it’s Tuesday — but not just any Tuesday. Today is Giving Tuesday, a global movement that encourages folks to give their time, money, and talents to causes and organizations they care about.  2020 has been rough for everyone, and many of us have already stepped up to share what we can. […]

Evergrey Giving Guide / December 1, 2020