The pandemic is changing how we live and shop. That’s not necessarily a bad thing
A roundup of Seattle happenings, news and hidden gems
The non-profit creates comfortable spaces for those transitioning from homelessness
Wednesday’s event featured appearances by the Seahawk Dancers and the Seahawks' mascot, Blitz
From coffee shops to doggy daycares, Seattle magazine wants to hear your voice
Everyone wants to know when the pandemic will end. But perhaps a better question is: What will it look like to go on.
Abigail Carter passed the house with the mossy roof every day. But now, during the pandemic, she thought about her elderly neighbor she didn't know and had never seen while on her daily walks.
Photographer Ted Zee has been documenting the way people are coping with stay-at-home orders. "As part of an exercise in socially distant portraiture, and a way to address my own anxieties, I stepped out to learn more about my neighbors."
A few years ago, Dan Price, the CEO of Gravity Payments gave his employees a raise to $70K. They returned the favor: “The employees bailed us out.”
Seahawk player D.J. Fluker is working out at home, dancing the Toosie Slide, and dreaming of spaghetti and meatballs on the weekends.