Daniel Person

I-123 Puts Seattle’s Waterfront Plan Up in the Air

Kate Martin explains why she’s convinced voters will ignore all the trash talk and approve her plan for an elevated walkway over Alaskan Way.

The Death of Neighborhood Councils, as Told by Wallingford

A quintessential Seattle neighborhood shows both the strength and weakness of Seattle’s neighborhood model.

How to Reap Washington’s Blueberry Bounty

Last year, the state generated 103 million pounds of them, so there’s plenty for all.

Weekly Q&A: A Conversation With Entre Hermanos About Pride and Pulse

The group, which serves LGBTQ Latinos in Seattle, has been a haven for men often stigmatized in their own culture.

For Seattle’s Gay Latino Community, Orlando Attack Cuts Extra Deep

A vigil tonight at Entre Hermanos is open to anyone seeking to grieve for the 49 killed on Sunday.

Locally Brewed Rainier Hits Stores this Week; Sticker Shock Expected

At $11.99 a six-pack, Rainier’s new release ain’t your daddy’s brew.

News or Exploitation? Students Protest Video Showing SPU Student Disarming School Shooter

Several media outlets fought for more than a year to obtain the video, over the protest of victim families.

How Lucha Libre Became a Staple of Seattle Summer

Against all odds, Mexican pro wrestling has become woven into the culture of South Seattle.

Does ShotSpotter Reduce Crime? Police Are Wondering the Same Thing

Officials acknowledge that gunshot detection technology may not be a salve to Seattle’s gun violence, but argue it’s worth testing out.

‘Don’t Do Coke’ Advisory Still in Effect in King County

Issued on Friday, the advisory comes after two overdose deaths connected to contaminated product.

Oil Train Crashes and Catches Fire in Oregon (and Thankfully Not Downtown Seattle)

The derailment prompted evacuations along the Columbia River Gorge. It’s also sure to prompt a new round of debates over the safety of oil trains.

Murray Wants to Bring Gunshot Detectors to Seattle

To be deployed in Central District and South Seattle neighborhoods, the proposal has the support of prominent African American groups. But privacy questions loom.

NYT Op-ed: Big Beer Is Fighting Back. Beware.

The Times today published an op-ed laying out small brewers’ fears of what a more powerful Anheuser-Busch InBev could mean for the beer market.

Pabst Brewing’s John Wilhelm Is Putting Rainier in its Place

The iconic brand hasn’t been locally owned for decades. But that doesn’t mean we don’t still love it as our own.

Is Anheuser-Busch Playing Dirty to Crush Craft Beer in Seattle?

A state investigation found the King of Beers skirting the rules to elbow into Seattle’s famous beer scene.

Republican Senate Candidate Chris Vance Would Like to Move On From Trump

He’s not voting for the presumptive nominee from his party, but that doesn’t mean he’s running against him either.

Leaders of Washington’s Economy: Anti-LGBT Discrimination Is Bad for Business

A large coalition of Washington businesses have filed an amicus brief to theWashington Supreme Court urging justices to uphold a law that bars businesses from discriminating against people basedon their sexual orientation.

For Seattle Minorities, “Environmentalism” Can Sound a lot Like “Gentrification”

On the banks of the Duwamish River river today, Mayor Ed Murray and a cadre of environmental and immigrant advocates released an ambitious plan to give Seattle’s ethnic minorities a more prominent place at the table when it comes to combatting pollution in the Emerald City.