As the Seattle Boom Continues to Spread, This Quaint Maritime Town Could be Destined for Change
The next decade could be the high-water mark for Bremerton. What gets swept away?
Recently completed repairs to the fountains at downtown’s Harborside Fountain Park—whose cone-shaped structures mimic submarine towers—have made it an inviting place to gather and play.
Seattle’s Uzbek Food Truck May be the Only One on the West Coast
A unique food truck brings Uzbek street eats to our city.
Many (really, most) Americans would have a hard time finding Uzbekistan on a map, let alone naming its national dishes. Suriya Yunusova and her daughter Asal, who run local food truck Tabassum, are out to change that—one plate of cumin-rich plov at a time. The duo may run the only Uzbek food truck on the…
Seattle Nonprofit Fuels the Resistance With Art
A local arts advocacy group sets up headquarters in Pioneer Square, ground zero for its message heard—and seen—around the world.
The staff of Amplifier at its new headquarters, surrounded by artwork and the iconic posters of the “We the People” campaign.
As Labor Unions Weaken Nationwide, This Controversial Seattle Chapter’s Clout Keeps Swelling
Amid a national trend of declining membership, Seattle-based SEIU 775 has grown dramatically in members and influence. Can it continue to be a force?
SEIU members demonstrate in Olympia last June to protect funding for healthcare in the state budget; they were successful.