Joining us live from Istanbul at 12pm Pacific, Columnist Marwa Maziad answers your questions about protests in Turkey and Egypt. Tweet us your questions @SeaGlobalist and we’ll ask them live on the Google Hangout.
With 447 films from 85 countries, deciding what to see at the Seattle International Film Festival, May 16-June 9, can be daunting. So let us give you a hand!
Fernando Mamangun gets his hands and feet nailed on a cross every Good Friday. It’s a ritual of sacrifice and penitence that is equally controversial as it is awe-inspiring.
It took me all of three seconds to realize this wasn’t going to be a “Folklife” experience. Or a Bumbershoot one for that matter.
In the second installment of Slum Rising, Seattle journalist Abby Higgins explores 3rd world solutions for 1st world problems.
(Photos by Colleen McDevitt. Click for captions/larger images)
With two left feet, I joined the One Billion Rising flash mob yesterday in Westlake Center. And around the world, more than 201 countries were dancing with me, all with common purpose of ending violence against women.
Immigrant activists left as early as 4 am to travel to Olympia in support of education and policy reform. Our youth reporters got up pretty early as well to cover the action.