Cinnamon Janzer was on the beaches of Mexico surfing with her new long-distance boyfriend when COVID-19 came calling. So they flew back to Seattle and she's been stuck here ever since.
On March 21—a day that seems like a lifetime ago—my husband and I packed a few last boxes, closed the door on a sweet little rental house near Alki Point, and headed over the West Seattle Bridge to our house in Wallingford.
When Rachel Reeves started work at a grocery store five months ago, she never imagined she'd be considered an "essential" worker during a pandemic.
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Writer Drew Zandonella-Stannard launches a free text subscription service based on light-hearted laughs—just the thing we need right now
"Alone in this pandemic, I feel anxious and fragile—two things I can’t stand."
"As long as I can smell the yeast blooming, and the pie baking, I know that I’m OK."
It's not just about the Troll
La dolce vita in the Umbrian hills, followed by self-quarantine in Seattle
A new Instagram space offers a refuge for young people navigating life in isolation