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9 weird and wonderful things Seattleites do on a regular basis

Marianne Giesemann Many lifelong Seattleites prickle when they hear the words “Seattle Freeze.” But the reality is that it is hard to make new friends when you’ve just moved to town or when, y’know, you’re a busy adult. Fear not, we’ve got you. Here are nine sure ways to meet other Rain City dwellers out in your […]

/ October 19, 2017


6 things you may not know about how Seattleites elect our leaders

Before you head into the November general election scratching your head, here’s a crash course on how elections work in the Evergreen State.

/ October 18, 2017


Where you can hear from all your candidates before Election Day

Seattle’s Election Day is just three weeks away! Haven’t had a chance to hear directly from our candidates yet? You’re in luck.

/ October 16, 2017


Meet The Evergrey’s Leadership Lab

We’ve assembled a group of readers to ask Seattle candidates about their approaches to leadership and learning ahead of the November election.

/ October 12, 2017


The Evergrey community’s top 10 list of things to know about Seattle

This is what our Evergrey community thinks are the 10 key things to know about our changing, growing city.

/ September 29, 2017


Seattle architect: Let’s ask how we can benefit from gentrification, not stop it

Many Seattleites want to know how to stop gentrification. But one architect and longtime Central Area resident says what he and his neighbors should be asking is how they can make gentrification work for them.

/ September 20, 2017


5 tips from Seattleite Chase Jarvis on winning Seattle’s creative scene

How can people make cool things and make their marks in Seattle? Take this advice from a guy who’s navigating (and winning at) our creative scene.

/ September 7, 2017


Video: Longtime Seattleites are relearning their city

People who are from Seattle sometimes worry that people who are not from Seattle don’t get what it’s like to feel attached to the place. And people who are new here? They wonder what it takes for their view of the city to not be discounted.

/ July 26, 2017


At Seattle’s Camp Rahh, you take a break from ‘adulting’ to be a kid

Camp Rahh is back for a third year this August, and there’s nothing else quite like it around here. There are no phones and no alcohol, for one. And the idea is to meet new people, and see things in a new way.

/ July 14, 2017


Video: Afraid you no longer belong in Seattle? Here’s what you told us that feels like

How do you fight for a city that feels like it’s slipping away? Last week we asked you to share what most worries you about Seattle’s growth. A lot of you opened up and did just that, in response to our video featuring Seattle natives and transplants getting real about the challenges.

/ July 12, 2017