The Evergrey’s 2021 Procrastinator’s Guide to the Election

Your comprehensive guide to Seattle’s 2021 election with everything from a candidate overview to an FAQ about your ballot and how to vote.

/ October 22, 2021

The Evergrey’s guide to the August 3, 2021 primary

We’ve broken down the city’s biggest races for this year’s primary election. From mayor to Seattle school board we have you covered.

/ July 21, 2021

10 jobs that will help shape a zero-emissions future

An economy based on healing the climate could spawn new livelihoods across Cascadia. The Tyee tell us which jobs to look out for in a zero-emissions future.

/ June 16, 2021

How the Seattle Indian Health Board became a model for pandemic response

Despite being sent body bags instead of PPE early on, the SIHB managed to become leaders in how community-based organizations responsded to COVID.

/ April 13, 2021

Honoring the victims of the Atlanta spa shootings

More than two hundred people showed up for the vigil organized by the Massage Parlor Outreach Program for the victims of the Atlanta spa shootings.

/ March 22, 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.

/ January 11, 2021

The Seattle Procrastinator’s Guide to the Election: Part 2

(🎨: The Evergrey illustration) Editor’s note: Learn about statewide races in part one of our election guide. From reshaping King County’s Sheriff’s Office to funding public transportation there are a number of big measures on the ballot. Keep reading for our breakdown of the measures and the judicial races. 🏛 Judicial Context: Often, judicial races are […]

/ October 13, 2020

The Seattle Procrastinator’s Guide to the Election

(🎨: The Evergrey illustration) Editor’s note: Learn about judicial races and measures on your ballot in part two of our election guide. There isn’t a good reason not to vote, but we do understand that sometimes it can be daunting to look at your ballot.  So that’s why we’ve made you this guide to help answer […]

/ October 13, 2020

Chronic homelessness in Seattle: A four-part series

It’s been nearly four years since Seattle declared a state of emergency over our city’s homelessness crisis. In that time, we’ve learned there’s not one profile of a person who’s struggling with housing security in our city. They could be a former Olympian. Or the person washing your dishes. Or a veteran who’s been endlessly shuffled through the system. Some of the most difficult folks to reach are those […]

/ December 4, 2019

What other cities are getting right when it comes to fixing homelessness

The Salt Lake City skyline (📷: Flickr) Chronic homelessness is an issue affecting major cities from coast to coast. So it’s understandable that one of the first questions that comes to mind when many Seattleites think about homelessness is, “What have other states done successfully that we aren’t doing to fix this problem?” Kelly Gardner […]

/ November 14, 2019