Stories with 'seattle' tag

Civic Cocktail: Better Gardening + TBA

Presented in partnership with Seattle Channel Better Gardening Author and renowned gardener Ciscoe Morris sits down with host Joni Balter to discuss why gardening is an essential part of Pacific Northwest communities, what grows best in this climate and shares his trade secrets. Second Segment TBA Limited tickets available at the door; doors open at 5:30 p.m. Tickets […]

/ February 13, 2018


13 tips on how to have difficult conversations without losing your cool

Tense conversations are hard, and we believe that the decision to engage in one, or stay in one, or see any value in one, is entirely personal.

/ February 7, 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


2017 Year In Review

Reflect, Listen and Learn at Year in Review Our panel of experts will discuss politics, fake news, foreign affairs, and other hot topics of 2017—and make their predictions for what is to come in 2018. Panelists Jorge Barón, Executive Director, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project Joe Fain, Washington State Senator, 47th Legislative District Blaine Harden, Author […]

/ November 8, 2017


Global Washington 2017 Annual Conference

Global Washington’s annual conference gathers top international development practitioners, business executives, corporate social responsibility leaders, academic researchers, philanthropists and others who are seeking ways to tackle immense challenges in order to create a more equitable, healthy, and prosperous world. This year’s conference theme is Renewing Global Leadership. Conference sessions will highlight the economic, political and cultural impact […]

/ August 11, 2017


Listen to 14 podcasts launched by creative Seattleites

Seattle’s mostly known for its legendary music scene, but another local creative collective is blowing up, too. Who? Our vibrant community of podcasters.

/ November 15, 2017


9 thoughtful projects Seattleites launched after the 2016 election

Seattleites didn’t sit still after Donald Trump was elected president. Instead, they made some amazing things to help foster connection and community.

/ November 10, 2017


What one Seattleite learned after spending a year encouraging Trump and Clinton voters to talk

Meet the Seattleite who got folks with differing politics to talk about U.S. culture & politics over the course of President Trump’s first year in office.

/ November 9, 2017


WTF just happened today? Ask Matt Kiser.

What began as a side-project tracking Trump’s first 100 days in office turned into a popular daily newsletter and podcast. “What the F*ck Just Happened Today?” founder Matt Kiser tells us what inspired him to start his “no-bullshit, direct, to-the-point” guide of what’s happening in the White House.

/ November 7, 2017


Here’s what happened when we asked our local candidates ‘How do you learn and improve as a leader?’

The Evergrey invited a group of nine readers to ask our city council and mayoral candidates questions about their leadership learning and skills.

/ October 26, 2017