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We mapped your favorite spots in Seattle to get creative

We asked you to share where you go in the city when you want to get creative. A bunch of you got back to us with your favorite spots, and we put ’em on a map.

/ March 21, 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.”

/ March 15, 2017


Seattle’s week in 2 minutes: Our political energy is building. But toward what?

Seattle is charged up for a fight, and building like crazy. But who’s being left out? We’ve got big updates in your city this week on politics, homelessness, and this huge construction zone we call home.

/ March 10, 2017


9 Seattle photos that tell a story you might have missed

We asked you to take a closer look at Seattle and share your reflections on what caught your eye and why. Here are the scenes you sent us.

/ February 15, 2017


How big would Seattle be if it were as dense as New York?

Ever wonder how big Seattle would be if it were as densely populated as some of the world’s most crowded cities?

/ February 9, 2017


See Seattle for yourself with your own ‘urban diary’ — but watch out for these traps

Are you seeing Seattle the way others see it, or are you really seeing it for yourself? An urban diary can help you figure out how YOU want Seattle to look and feel. As long as you can avoid three easy traps.

/ February 8, 2017


Here are 14 striking views of Seattle’s snow

From the overlook at Kerry Park to the sledding hill in West Seattle, here are a few of the ways you saw Seattle’s Monday snow.

/ February 6, 2017


How can you improve Seattle? Join us on our first Evergrey Field Trip

Author Charles R. Wolfe will be sharing his so-called “urban diary” approach to improving cities next week at Town Hall Seattle, and we invite you to meet up and join us.

/ February 2, 2017


‘Once land is gone, it’s gone for good’: A tribute to Seattle’s Cass Turnbull

Cass Turnbull, the woman behind a mysterious protest ‘zoo’ in an empty lot in Green Lake, was a force in Seattle.

/ February 1, 2017


Protests and politics: When was the last time Seattle felt this charged up?

After two straight weekends of heightened tension and protests, Seattle feels active and electric. We asked Northwest native and historian Knute Berger when Seattle had felt this way in the past.

/ January 30, 2017