Jessamyn Stanley on being fat, black and a yoga instructor
by Reagan Jackson
Jessamyn Stanley, yoga instructor and body positive activist, wants yoga to be accessible to those who need it most.
Apr 20, 2017
Can the Ave’s international food culture survive a rezone?
by Grace Madigan
Allowing increased density in the neighborhood could bring more housing, but will immigrant restaurateurs continue to be part of a changed U-District?
Apr 13, 2017
Join us April 19 for “real talk” about diversity and equity in Seattle’s startups
by Christina Twu
The first-time release of a diversity study on Seattle startups surfaces big gender and race pay gaps. Female startup founders discuss this next week.
Arts program grows to reach more of Seattle’s struggling and homeless
by Jeevika Verma
With mental health services and shelter in high demand, Circle of Friends helps fill a gap with expanded therapeutic arts programs.
Apr 11, 2017
Youth Speaks Seattle finalists serve up identity, politics and anti-racism
by Meiling Du
Youth voices tackle race, identity and politics in Friday's Youth Speaks Seattle Grand Slam.
Apr 10, 2017
Bainbridge Island remembers Japanese American incarceration on 75th anniversary
by Venice Buhain
Speakers included Kay Sakai Nakao, 97, who was 22 when she and her family were forced from their Bainbridge Island home in World War II.
Mar 31, 2017
What are Seattle Globalists doing in Spain?
by Sarah Stuteville
The Seattle Globalist is still up and running while cofounders Sarah Stuteville, Alex Stonehill and Jessica Partnow teach in Spain for 10 weeks.
Mar 29, 2017
In Zambia, women are boxing’s stars
by Global Press News Service
Inspired by Esther Phiri, who rose to capture successive international boxing titles, women’s boxing in Zambia has eclipsed men’s in popularity.
Mar 22, 2017
Trump’s immigration talk leads families to seek mental health support
by Agatha Pacheco
Organizations have started to provide talk therapy, group therapy, yoga and more to address anxiety caused by shifts in immigration policies.
Mar 21, 2017
Mexica celebration ushers in paquini yancuic xihuitl (happy new year)
by Agatha Pacheco
This Mexica new year leaves behind tecaptl, the year of the flint knife, and ushers in calli, the year of the house.
Mar 20, 2017
Atlas Obscura pioneering off-script tours of unexpected Seattle
by Sarah Stuteville
Long the go-to for travelers looking for odd and off-the-beaten-path attractions, Atlas Obscura is now offering in-person tours around Seattle.
Mar 17, 2017
Yoni Ki Baat: Where skeptics learn to trust
by Gauri Shringarpure
Yoni Ki Baat, the South Asian Vagina Monologues, returns this weekend for two nights of true stories from the South Asian women's experience.
Mar 16, 2017
Resisting the urge to “otherize”
by Zaki Barak Hamid
If I believe there is more to me than the identities I wear, then shouldn't I extend that belief to others?
Mar 14, 2017
If film incentive dries up, expect Vancouver to keep stealing Seattle’s identity
by Aly Brady
Bills to renew Washington's film incentive program are stalled in the legislature, so local TV and movie productions may find greener pastures elsewhere.
Mar 12, 2017
Allyship 2.0: How men can upgrade their support for women in tech now
by Susie Lee
Take it from the co-founder of the only feminist dating app: male support for women in tech needs an upgrade. Here's how to get there.
Mar 8, 2017
Lawmakers ready to rumble over pro wrestling regulations
by Grace Kramer
3-2-1 BATTLE!, Lucha Libre Volcanica and other professional wrestling troupes say their sport is not like boxing, but its own unique category.
Mar 2, 2017
How Mapes Creek is “The Silent Creek”
by Susan Wenxia Tai
The beautiful Mapes Creek is largely hidden under concrete in pipes in Rainier Beach's low-income housing communities, as documented by one neighborhood photographer.
Mar 1, 2017
Martial arts studios fight sales tax after falling enrollment
by John Stang
Martial arts studios in the state say that a 2016 tax on fitness studios led to a drop in martial arts students. Yoga and Qigong studios were also affected.
Feb 28, 2017
Documentarian duo “UNCODE” Black Seattle
by Marcus Harrison Green
UNCODE is a labor of love of wife and husband filmmakers Myisa and Ali Graham, both Columbia City residents and southern transplants to the Emerald City.
Feb 23, 2017