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An exhibition of stylish posters from the women’s marches the day after Trump’s inauguration is on its last week.
Mónica Guzmán / February 21, 2017
What could Donald Trump say that would make you happy? The Hideout, a bar on First Hill, is hosting a writing contest to see who can write the ‘best’ letter from President Trump.
Mónica Guzmán / February 16, 2017
Talks, meetups, parties — here are 14 ways to roll through another strange week.
Mónica Guzmán / January 30, 2017
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.
1,000 volunteers will fan out across King County count how many people are unsheltered or not living in permanent housing early Friday morning. What for? We explain.
Anika Anand / January 26, 2017
With a new president and a tense political climate, a lot of you are finding yourselves called to action. Here’s a very partial list of some of the resources we’ve seen you share.
Mónica Guzmán / January 25, 2017
More than 800 volunteers helped King County immigrants get legal help on Inauguration Day. What was that like? Mason Bryan, a volunteer translator, explains.
The Evergrey / January 24, 2017
More than 100,000 people came out for the Womxn’s March on Seattle on Saturday — a record-breaking crowd for the city. Photographer Brad Puet shares his pics.
The Evergrey / January 22, 2017
The Saturday march is expected to be the third largest women’s march in the country, drawing more than 50,000 people. And people are making lots of posters.
Mónica Guzmán / January 20, 2017
Ninety-two percent of people who voted in Seattle did not vote for our soon-to-be President Donald Trump, so emotions are understandably high around the city today. Here’s how some of you are feeling, in your own words.
The Evergrey / January 20, 2017