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Meet a Local Activist Fighting for Justice for Sexual Assault Survivors

Leah Griffin helps guide the creation of laws that intimately impact rape survivors in Washington state

This article appears in print in the March 2020 issue. Click here to subscribe.Sitting in the window of a café on a rainy…

Ariel Shearer

Chasing Waterfalls on the Olympic Peninsula

Tour some of the state’s most scenic falls on a weekend jaunt full of mist, moss and spruced-up photo ops

This article appears in print in the March 2020 issue. Click here to subscribe. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, many of the restaurants and…

Lauren Alexander

An Avenue of Stars Near Alki Beach

Find a guide to the night sky under your feet in West Seattle

This article appears in print in the March 2020 issue. Click here to subscribe. Walking down Beach Drive SW just south of…

Jorn Peterson

Seattle’s Best Neighborhoods in 2020

Find yourself a place to call home

This article appears in print in the March 2020 issue, as part of the “Best Neighborhoods” cover story. Click here to subscribe….

Ariel Shearer & Chelsea Lin

Intentionalist Helps You Shop With Purpose

This Seattle-based web platform connects consumers with the small businesses they'd like to support

Laura Clise’s (left) web platform helps consumers connect with small businesses, like Süreyya Gökeri’s (right) Café Turko

Andrew Hoge

Spectrum Dance Theater Explores an Imagined Future

The Race and Climate Change Festival is "rooted in a belief that human beings will find a way to survive."

Spectrum's upcoming festival includes a site-specific work at Madrona Beach, choreographed by Donald Byrd

Gemma Wilson