Nathalie Graham

Effort to Ban ‘Net-Pen’ Fish Farms Ramps Up In Wake of Spill

The same company that released thousands of non-native fish into Puget Sound wants to expand its operations.

The Sights and Sounds of Seattle’s Solar Eclipse

What was said. What was seen.

Effort to Launch National People’s Party Has Local Ties, Inspirations

Not to be confused with the Seattle Peoples Party, organizers nonetheless are encouraged by Nikkita Oliver’s success.

Why the Solar Eclipse Is Causing a Surge in Sales at a Welding Supply Store

People are getting creative when it comes to finding eye wear that they can watch the eclipse with.

Trump Cuts Stymie Locally Led Effort to Update Sex Ed Classes Nationwide

A five-year study of the county-developed FLASH program has been put in limbo without explanation.

Council Approves Protections for Renters With Criminal Records

“Once you pay your debt to society … you deserve a second chance.”

Jessyn Farrell, Tim Eyman Spar Over Light Rail, Car Tabs

Farrell is using Eyman’s new ballot measure to trumpet her mass transit bona fides; Eyman’s using Eyman for Eyman.

Inspired by Standing Rock, Native Communities Resist Natural Gas Plant

“Seeds got planted in the hearts of all of us that were there.”

What We Learned From This Year’s Media Blitz on Homelessness

Our favorite posts, poems, and tweets from a day of extensive coverage.

Who Is Behind That Anti-Breitbart Billboard In Downtown Seattle?

National online activist group Sleeping Giants takes to the streets for the first time in hopes of getting Amazon’s attention.