People

You asked, we answered: What our unhoused neighbors want us to know about homelessness

Reader Brian Hsi asked: “How do the unhoused think we should address our housing challenges?” We met some of our neighbors to find out.

/ August 27, 2018


Not sure how to talk to Seattleites? Start with our dogs.

When you’re trying to get to know people in this hectic city of ours, dogs can really be your best friend. Professional matchmaker Rachael Kloek knows all about that — and shared some tips.

/ July 13, 2018


Think techies are fueling Seattle’s housing crisis? Here’s the guy who’s trying to fix it.

Seattle Tech 4 Housing founder Ethan Phelps Goodman is rallying tech workers to help solve our city’s housing problems.

/ July 5, 2018


What are you most curious about around homelessness in Seattle? We are taking your questions

Can we fix homelessness in Seattle? Hell yes we can. But first, we need to better understand what’s going on. That’s where you come in.

/ July 5, 2018


A Seattle author’s advice to new parents: ‘Nothing should stop you from going places that you love’

We asked Angela Garbes’ for her best recs to not feeling isolated as a Seattle parent — including the best places to go with a little one in tow.

/ June 19, 2018


Why this Seattle organizer is diving into our city’s political past

City historian and author Shaun Scott is going back in time to look at our city’s ambitious Forward Thrust plan to see how we could have shaped the future.

/ June 18, 2018


Meet the guy who mixes tunes for Seattle’s favorite fountain

That music your kids splash around to every summer? That’s thanks to James Whetzel, International Fountain music curator.

/ June 14, 2018


“It has everything to do with power and control”: Seattle women share their #MeToo stories

Seattleites Haleema Bharoocha and Sarah Toce shared their experiences with sexual harassment during the Seattle Women’s Commission’s story slam.

/ May 10, 2018


Two of you went to Seattle’s ‘Not Creepy’ dating mixer. Here’s how it went

Last week we told you about a fascinating new local dating event — The Not Creepy Gathering for People who are Single and Want to Fall in Love. When we asked if anyone wanted to go and report back, Evergrey readers Robbie Barnhart and Dominique Barni signed up to do it.

/ May 4, 2018


50 years later: Why Seattle created its own Black Panther Party

In honor of the Seattle Black Panther Party’s 50th anniversary, we talked with chapter co-founder Aaron Dixon about the party’s legacy and how he’s seen Seattle change.

/ April 25, 2018