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Youths are engaging in critical arts thinking via the local nonprofit’s Press Corps Intensive.
How Jerry Dipoto’s radical rebuild feels like an emotionless venture capital operation.
For immigrant women on the Eastside, Turkcha is here to help.
Fifty billion dollars. It will soon be the subject of many conversations in hallways, hearing rooms, and other Capitol hangouts in Olympia as the amount… Continue reading
This franchise, man.
Initiative 1639 would require something similar on paperwork for firearms purchases.
The Trump administation’s policy jeopardizes newspapers and mill workers.
King County claims a new youth jail would improve public health. Experts in the field strongly disagree.
Tariffs on Canadian paper have surged costs with little benefit for U.S. mills.
Searching for solutions to help an overlooked unsheltered population in Seattle.
A greeting and mission statement from your new Seattle Weekly editor.
At activists’ urging, the council did the right thing in opening up Burgess’ council seat to all.
We can’t stay quiet on guns, even if those in power do.
We have not yet reached the threshold where violence is the answer, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t one.
His two-month tenure presents a unique opportunity to do the right thing.
When reading the Amazon tea leaves, not all explanations are created equal.
People keep bringing cars to Seattle. But that doesn’t mean we should accommodate them.
The proposal forces a much needed conversation about those living in cars in Seattle.
Local jurisdictions can say “no” to the pilot program. Voters shouldn’t ban Seattle from saying “yes.”
Councilmembers need to stop talking around the accusations facing the mayor.