Many of you expressed concerns about Sinclair Broadcast Group, the largest broadcast company in the country and the parent company of Seattle’s KOMO-TV. Let’s break it down…
Ana Sofia Knauf / April 6, 2018
Seattle’s mostly known for its legendary music scene, but another local creative collective is blowing up, too. Who? Our vibrant community of podcasters.
Sara Gentzler / November 15, 2017
Seattle’s now known for its road rage-inducing traffic. While our local leaders work to improve our transit system, have have some suggestions for making your daily commute more bearable.
Sara Gentzler / November 14, 2017
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.
Mónica Guzmán / July 14, 2017
As Seattle women workers become more educated, the gender wage gap widens in the city. To combat this inequity, one Seattleite is championing something called the “female founder effect.”
WhereBy.Us Creative Studio / June 15, 2017
Volunteers with Seattle Data Rescue are getting together to copy public data they’re afraid might disappear in the age of Trump.
Mónica Guzmán / March 3, 2017