Stories with 'seattle' tag

Speed Friending

Whether or not you believe in the Seattle Freeze, most of us can admit that meeting new people as an adult can be hard. So we’ve joined forces with Connect Lounge to create a new monthly speed friending event. It’s like speed dating, but with fewer sweaty palms.

/ February 21, 2019


Self IMPROV-ment: A Comedy Workshop

Lee Nacozy is an impassioned improviser and will teach you how to use improv to get out of your own head and become more creative and present. This is a super-chill-don’t-be-intimidated improv class for all levels and welcomes people of all abilities, ethnicities and genders.

/ February 21, 2019


Karen Braitmayer is designing a more inclusive  Seattle

MEET THIS CHANGEMAKER: Karen Braitmayer, architect and principal of Studio Pacifica WHAT SHE’S DOING: You may not know it, but Karen Braitmayer’s architectural consulting studio  has left its marks around town. You’ve probably encountered some of her work if you’ve ever been to the Space Needle renovation, the Central Library and the Pike Place MarketFront.  Braitmayer […]

/ March 6, 2019


Crafting Libations: Mezcal

Jared Wegner loves to get nerdy about Seattle’s spirits and cocktails. That’s why he’s the perfect teacher for this fun mixology class on the first Tuesday of every month. For our first palate excursion, Jared will dig into one of the hottest spirit trends today: mezcal.

/ February 21, 2019


Evergrey’s March Meetup

We’re bringing ‘em back. We love helping you learn and explore Seattle every day in your inbox, and we love it even more when we get to meet you face to face. Join us Monday, March 4 at The Dane in Ballard.

/ February 21, 2019


What are the best drinks in South Lake Union?

South Lake Union can be a real urban jungle: Cranes perched on every corner, construction equipment lying in wait to snarl traffic, and a steady stream of tech workers weaving around closed sidewalks. Lucky for you, the thirsty traveler, there are plenty of great spots to hunker down and wait out the building boom. And […]

/ February 5, 2019


Money in Seattle: Do you talk about how much you make?

Last week, we heard a group of Evegrey readers answer the question: How much does it take to live comfortably in Seattle? Today, we continue our conversation with a second question: Should we talk more about our personal incomes? “If you subscribe to the idea that money is power, then financial feminism is about putting […]

/ February 4, 2019


Meet the museum leader who helps Seattle celebrate black history

The biggest lesson LaNesha DeBardelaben’s learned since moving to Seattle to lead the Northwest African American Museum: “to be true to myself.”

/ January 22, 2019


What should Seattle look like in 2030? We had local housing leaders weigh in

The one thing everyone agreed on: By 2030, Seattle is gonna need more housing. How to get there is a different question.

/ January 18, 2019


How did the Central District become Seattle’s historically black neighborhood?

The answer involves a restaurant, generous neighbors, racism, and some seriously awful housing policies, like redlining.

/ January 15, 2019