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In 1947—a pilot sees strange discs over Rainier…
Cartoonist Tom Van Deusen whines to Seattle Weekly and gets a new assignment.
The dark, cascading thoughts an unnecessary interaction sent through one mother’s mind.
Homelessness doesn’t stand a chance when Mayor Murray dons the cape of justice.
Cartoonist Tom Van Deusen takes his courageous, anti-fascist art to the streets.
Microeconomics at work on the street.
Where the candle holders’ fanciful name and color combos (may) have come from.
In North Bend, weird ruminations during a search for the right trailhead.
In the first part of our series, Tom Van Deusen earnestly re-evaluates his artistic intentions in a Post-Trump world.
Poor ol’ Garf is having a rough commute today.
Do modern Christmas symbols come from a sacred Siberian shamanic mushroom? There’s a strong case.
Notes from a seasonal mail truck driver.
Seattle sea-life rings in the new year.
In a world where literally everything is under construction…
The Seattle immigrant who wrote one of the U.S.’ most powerful books on labor and Filipino identity.
Washington’s landscape is green both with botanical verdance and nuclear gnarliness.
Stay wet and woke (until your giant chrysalis is prepared for your metamorphosis).
Sometimes, when the holiday season comes around, we forget the important things…
A former Seattle artist who left for Bremerton, then Clallam Bay, reflects on urban vs. rural life.
Working towards civil rights and social justice is an everyday effort—here’s a few ways to engage.