Love & Wisdom

How a Boy With a Crippling Injury Became Shoreline's Inspirational 'Running Man'

How a Boy With a Crippling Injury Became Shoreline’s Inspirational ‘Running Man’

Lamont Thomas chronicles relearning to walk (and run) in a new autobiography.

Lamont Thomas holds a copy of his new book, “The Running Miracle.”

Fourth of July Fireworks Can be Terrifying for Dogs. Here’s How to Help

Fourth of July Fireworks Can be Terrifying for Dogs. Here’s How to Help

5 ways to keep your dog from freaking out over fireworks.

If you have a dog, you may already be worrying about the snap, crackle and pop that inevitably come with our Fourth of July holiday and send dogs cowering. “Dogs are afraid of the fireworks simply because they don’t know what they are,” says Aly DelaCoeur, a Seattle-based dog trainer and founder of the dog…

Nominate Candidates for Seattle Magazine's Most Influential People of the Year

Nominate Candidates for Seattle Magazine’s Most Influential People of the Year

Seattle's Most Influential People come from various industries and backgrounds.

Each year, Seattle magazine highlights individuals who have had a big impact on our region over the last year. We’re currently soliciting nominations for people who we should consider for this annual feature, which appears in the November issue of the magazine. This year, we will celebrate the people who are making a difference by…

Soundgarden Frontman Chris Cornell Found Dead at 52

Soundgarden Frontman Chris Cornell Found Dead at 52

The singer was touring in Detroit with his iconic Seattle band.

Chris Cornell performing in Sweden during 2009.

Looking North? Here's One American's MBA Experience in Canada

Looking North? Here’s One American’s MBA Experience in Canada

  An MBA is a major investment in your life, future and finances. With some colleges requesting more than $100K for tuition, it’s easy to see why students are looking at schools outside of the States when considering their degree options. Alyssa King, a Texas native and a natural globetrotter, chose to pursue her MBA…

Seattle Author Jonathan Rosenblum on the Struggle for a $15 Minimum Wage

Seattle Author Jonathan Rosenblum on the Struggle for a $15 Minimum Wage

A local union organizer and writer talks about his new book and the need for a revitalized labor movement

Author Jonathan Rosenblum

Refugees Sow New Community in a Tukwila Garden

Refugees Sow New Community in a Tukwila Garden

Community blooms in a Tukwila garden where refugees are planting new roots

Ram Chandra Adhikari tends to one of the communal garden plots while Chandra Maya Rai looks on

Cat Posters an Inspurration to Both Kitties and Owners

Cat Posters an Inspurration to Both Kitties and Owners

Give kitty what s/he really wants: an inspirational poster

Local cat finding inner peace

How Some Visionary Seattleites are Helping the Homeless

How Some Visionary Seattleites are Helping the Homeless

For some resourceful Seattleites, standing by in the face of the homelessness epidemic isn’t an option. Meet the individuals inventing new ways to make a difference

A view of one of Seattle’s many homeless camps

We Are America: Election Reflections from a Millennial

We Are America: Election Reflections from a Millennial

Reflections on the election—and the protests—from a millennial

With fellow picketing Americans, I marched in Seattle’s anti-Trump protest on November 9

Rebecca West on How Happy Starts at Home

Rebecca West on How Happy Starts at Home

A chat with the Fremont-based interior designer about her new book

Interior designer Rebecca West says a well-organized home is a happy home

Nine Principles of Feng Shui That Bring Balance to Your Home

Nine Principles of Feng Shui That Bring Balance to Your Home

Build in harmony with nature and achieve domestic bliss

1. Create a clear and unobstructed point of arrival—a vestibule, foyer or equivalent—to allow the qi energy to enter your living quarters.

How Do We Raise Independent Adults?

Our role as parents is better suited for guidance and connection rather than hands-on efforts

Dr. Kelly Moore leads a discussion

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