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Meet the Man Who is Building a Path for People of Color to Enjoy the Great Outdoors

With "The Trail Posse," Seattle journalist, outdoorsman and activist Glenn Nelson wants to change the demographics of who enjoys the great outdoors

Outdoorsman, journalist and activist Glenn Nelson in his natural habitat

Danny Sullivan

Inye Wokoma’s Last Stand: One Man’s Fight To Save Seattle’s Central District

His family once owned almost a dozen homes in the rapidly gentrifying Central District. Now, Inye Wokoma is trying to hang on to just one as his family scatters throughout the region and he sees the neighborhood he knew disappearing

Inye Wokoma stands in front of his home at 913-915 24th Ave. The duplex was originally purchased by his grandfather,

Naomi Ishisaka

Q&A: Seattle Top Doctor Maria Chong Says Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Will Revolutionize Radiology

Maria Chong specializes in diagnostic radiology at Radia.

Dr. Maria Chong‘s specialty is detecting and diagnosing disease, especially cancer, through imaging

Erika Almanza Brown

Datebook: 12 Best Things To Do in Seattle in April 2018

Our hand-picked list of best bets for entertainment this month

"Black Boys," a meditation on black male identity, is being premiered by On the Boards

Gavin Borchert

ArtsWest Adapts a Dated Melodrama For the Times

"An Octoroon" will have a first look show on April 3 and then will run from April 19 to May 13.

From left to right: Actors Mike Dooly, Lamar Legend and Jose Abaoag each play three roles in ArtsWest’s "An Octoroon"

Gavin Borchert

Meet the Seattle Top Doctor Performing Spinal Surgery with Shorter Hospital Stays and Quicker Recoveries

Northwest Neurosurgery spinal surgeon Stephen Houston is taking the delicate art of spinal surgery to the next level

Neurosurgeons perform very delicate surgeries, says Dr. Stephen Houston, but often these require only short hospital stays and result in

Erika Almanza Brown