Social in Seattle

Social in Seattle

Linda Lowry is the director of opportunity at Seattle magazine. She has a pulse on the greater Seattle region’s social landscape and provides insight on the people and personalities that make our city vibrant and unique.

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A Celebration of Inclusivity

A Celebration of Inclusivity

Events around town promote a better future

Washington state hosts a diverse range of cultural events that celebrate its inclusive spirit. These include the inaugural Seattle Kraken Gala, Latino Legislative Day, and the opening night of Seattle Rep Theatre’s “Quixote Nuevo.”

Art and Community

Art and Community

Seattle comes together to celebrate diversity, justice, and artistic expression

Museum of Pop Culture’s Contact High closing party brought together music, photography, and a panel discussion. The panelists included exhibition curator Vikki Tobak, MoPOP CEO Michele Smith, Exhibition Creative Director Fab 5 Freddy, photographers Jannette Beckman and Joe Conzo, and Def Jam Records’ Director of Publicity Bill Adler.

Star Power in Seattle

Star Power in Seattle

Boys in the Boat, The NHL Winter Classic, celebrities and the greater good

Trevor Noah brought some star power to the Urban League of Metropolitan Seattle’s 22nd annual fundraising breakfast. The theme of “Era of Essential Service” paid homage to the programs and services the League provides in areas such as health, housing, entrepreneurship, advocacy, education, and workforce development.

Cooking, Cops, Glitz, and Glamour

Cooking, Cops, Glitz, and Glamour

A lighthearted romp around Seattle

Seattle’s social scene is buzzing with the launch of the Seattle Police Department’s unique initiative, “Cooking with the Chief,” in collaboration with PCC Community Markets. This community focused event, featuring open dialogues with Chief Adrian Diaz and special guests, aims to strengthen bonds between youth and the police department, fostering trust and understanding.

AI, Hope for Heroes, Medical Excellence

AI, Hope for Heroes, Medical Excellence

Take a whirlwind trip through Seattle’s social scene

The questions swirling around artificial intelligence no longer involve “if.” They’re about “how.” That was the topic of a recent event produced by the Seattle chapter of WIT (Women in Tech) Network, a global nonprofit with a Seattle chapter. The chapter delved into AI with a panel discussion on “Diversity in Artificial Intelligence” at the historic Women’s University Club in downtown Seattle.

About the Social in Seattle Column

Linda Lowry is the director of opportunity at Seattle magazine. She has a pulse on the greater Seattle region’s social landscape and provides insight on the people and personalities that make our city vibrant and unique.

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