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What does it mean to create change in our city? Introducing our new project with Paul Allen’s Vulcan

When Paul Allen passed away in October, Seattle lost someone who had invested deeply in building a strong community and a better world. While many locals of means use their resources to make an impact, Paul’s philanthropic efforts were spread against a wide range of issues and causes—and his vision went well beyond writing checks. […]

/ December 5, 2018


Here are the best ways to give back to Seattle

Here are our best tips on how to use your time or money to give back to Seattle so that you can help make our city a more awesome place to live.

/ November 26, 2018


Here’s how to decode The Evergrey’s event calendar

Every Monday, we tell you about the rad things happening in your city that week. Here’s a trick to help you find what you’re looking for.

/ October 22, 2018



The Emerald City’s Superman wants Seattleites to geek out with pride

We caught up with Jonathan Belle to ask all about the classic comic hero, his outfit, and why exactly he dresses up as Superman.

/ March 13, 2018



Here’s why people are mad at Washington legislators over our public records law

At least 12 Washington news organizations have condemned the State Legislature’s emergency bill to bury some public records.

/ February 27, 2018


Enter to win tix to the Children’s Film Festival Seattle!

We’ve got 10 tickets just for members to check out any film at Children’s Film Festival Seattle. To enter, complete the form below! We’ll pick our winners at random on Monday at 3:30 p.m. and email the winners. In partnership with Children’s FIlm Festival Seattle. Good luck!  

/ January 16, 2018


Who gets to decide how Seattle’s neighborhoods are mapped?

How does Google pick the Seattle neighborhood names it displays on its maps? And who has official, ultimate authority over where our communities’ boundaries are and how they’re named? We have some answers.

/ January 12, 2018


Meet The Evergrey’s Leadership Lab

We’ve assembled a group of readers to ask Seattle candidates about their approaches to leadership and learning ahead of the November election.

/ October 12, 2017