Stories with 'diversity' tag

‘A stronghold for positive change:’ Your hope for Seattle’s future

Seattle is changing fast. It’s hard to know whether all these changes are leading our city somewhere good. But some of you believe it will. And that’s what‘s keeping you here

/ May 25, 2018

Women In Tech Regatta (WiT Regatta)

JOIN US APRIL 23-27 FOR THE SECOND ANNUAL SEATTLE WOMEN IN TECH REGATTA WEEK. The Regatta is a curated collection of events, workshops and conversations designed to connect women in tech to mentors, peers, resources and to the power of community. We will dwell in the realm of what’s possible, rather than simply what is. […]

/ March 27, 2018

YWCA’s Shades of Leadership

Join us to celebrate female-identified youth of color who are leading the way in our community at Shades of Leadership, an annual benefit for YWCA GirlsFirst. Featuring a champagne reception, dinner by Tom Douglas Catering, presentation of the 2017 GirlsFirst Youth Awards, and remarks from Keleghai (Kiki) Tatah Mentan from Red-Tailed Hawks Flying Club and Black […]

/ November 2, 2017

Techstars Startup Week Seattle

It’s free to attend any of the 200 sessions on 50 subjects at Techstars Startup Week Seattle Oct. 2-6. View the full schedule at  Topics include retail & manufacturing, funding, food, 3D printing, hardware, fashion, ​personal development, AR/VR/XR, plus 40 more. Presentations, panels, workshops, fireside chats, job fairs, networking opportunities, pitch contests, and big party will be hosted in venues around Seattle, Bellevue, and […]

/ September 19, 2017

The most heartwarming video you’ll ever watch about pot & two more things to know today

The Hollingsworth family is growing pot and their story is awesome. Whether or not you approve of our state’s legal cannabis industry, you’ve got to check out this story about a guy who turned his passion for cannabis into a full-fledged family business.

/ December 1, 2016

5 ways Seattle is processing Trump

Just 21 percent of King County voters cast their votes for Donald Trump. Our overwhelmingly Democratic area is going to need time to process a shock this big. Here are five ways that work continues this week.

/ November 15, 2016

What to check out near Angle Lake – the newest light rail stop

There’s a beautiful waterfront park and a trail within walking distance from the new light rail stop. Evergrey reader and long-time SeaTac resident Kent Palosaari showed us around.

/ September 22, 2016