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A split bill of two brand new dance works which blur the boundaries between physical and digital spaces, integrating technologies in video, real-time interactive graphics, and motion tracking into a choreographic framework Combining dance performance with technology, this split bill will premier new dance works by Jordan MacIntosh-Hougham, as well as, Hope Goldman in collaboration […]
Aug 2, 2019

Tools for Running an Effective Nonprofit Workshop

Washington Nonprofits is hosting a nonprofit workshop in Seattle, presented by Nancy Bacon, Associate Director of Washington Nonprofits, and Lee Harper, Executive Director of Phinney Neighborhood Association. It is an opportunity to learn about the best practices for strengthening your organization in order to better achieve your mission, as well as to network with local […]
Sep 10, 2019

Seattle city pension fund owns almost $800,000 in private prison stock

An examination of the investments in the city of Seattle's pension fund shows that its adopted ethical guidelines play a secondary role to financial growth.
Sep 18, 2019

Washington Brewers Festival

Raise a glass with us on Father’s Day weekend as the Washington Beer Commission presents the 13th Annual Washington Brewer’s Festival at King County’s Marymoor Park! The Washington Brewer’s Festival is a unique all-ages beer festival (Sat & Sun) where thousands of beer aficionados can sample more than 500 beers from 100 Washington breweries. In […]
Nov 29, 2018

Pitter Patter 5K

Announcing the PITTER PATTER 5k!  Taking BIG strides for LITTLE lives. Please join the Hudson David McNeel Foundation on October 7th for our annual fundraiser!  This family friendly, stroller friendly 5k event is open to anyone who is ready to take a step forward and join us in making a difference! When you participate in […]
Sep 4, 2018

Civic Cocktail: City Hall in Motion

City Hall in Motion Presented in partnership with Seattle Channel Retiring Seattle City Councilmember Tim Burgess discusses becoming Seattle’s interim mayor, the challenges facing our city, and more. Additional segment TBA Limited tickets available at the door; doors open at 5:30 p.m. Series Sponsor: The Boeing Company Media Sponsors: Crosscut, KUOW Host Sponsor: Tom Douglas Restaurants
Oct 6, 2017
Lorena Gonzalez at a press conference at Seattle Center, before being sworn in to the Seattle City Council. (Photo by Alex Garland)

Seattle ‘Welcoming City’ resolution includes plan for push back on federal orders

A "Welcoming City" resolution reinforces Seattle's commitment to immigrants — including forming a team specifically to respond to federal orders.
Jan 29, 2017
A family talks with a volunteer about any potential red flags regarding their citizenship application at a 2016 citizenship workshop held by the Seattle Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs. (Photo by Alabastro Photography)

Seattle kicks off Trump era with legal help for immigrants

As Trump gets sworn into office on Inauguration Day, volunteer lawyers in Seattle will be helping local immigrants plan for an uncertain future.
Jan 4, 2017
(Photo courtesy of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods)

Apply today for PACE: the People’s Academy for Community Engagement

Register now for the Seattle People’s Academy for Community Engagement!
Dec 28, 2016
Seattle Ferguson Protest Photos

Federal judge tells Seattle police union: “Black Lives Matter”

It was the first time a sitting federal judge cited the national movement.
Aug 16, 2016
Members of anti-racist group holding a sign at the City Council committee hearing on Wednesday. (Photo by Goorish Wibneh)

Youth jail opponents land two victories

Programs and changes announced Monday aim to decrease the number of minors incarcerated, in two wins scored this week by youth jail opponents.
Mar 16, 2016

23rd Ave construction has immigrant-owned businesses on the brink

Central District businesses suffering during 23rd Ave Construction are hungry for financial help promised by the city. But some say it's too little, too late.
Mar 11, 2016

Nominee for Seattle community development office brings immigrant perspective, holistic approach

Sam Assefa, with a history of planning policy in San Francisco and Chicago, is nominated for Seattle's new Office of Planning and Community Development.
Mar 9, 2016

Neighbors speak as Othello Village readies for homeless residents

Residents in South Seattle met with city officials to discuss Othello Village homeless encampment at the last meeting before the opening date of March 8.
Mar 7, 2016

Everyone in Seattle is homeless for the holidays

What does it really mean for Seattle — a city with wealth and resources — to have a homeless "emergency?"
Dec 24, 2015

Seattle council supports Muslims with official resolution

Council president Tim Burgess said the resolution was a necessary response to rhetoric vilifying Muslims rising nationwide.
Dec 15, 2015
“We need to start small and think big,” organizer Michael Charles said, emphasizing get out the vote efforts for 2016. (Photo by Laura Bernstein)

10 ways to make Seattle politics more inclusive in 2016

Voter turnout was a top priority for the panel of young politicos of color who gathered for some post-election analysis of Seattle politics.
Nov 11, 2015

Minority groups a focus in Seattle workers rights outreach grants

Women, workers of color, immigrant and refugee workers, LGBTQ workers, and youth are the most likely to experience labor standards violations.
Oct 1, 2015

Rogue crosswalk painters inspire official Seattle program

Following African-inspired crosswalks painted by community members, the city started a program to repaint crosswalks reflecting neighborhoods' history.
Sep 14, 2015

Seattle backs down on hookah crackdown (for now)

Hookah lounges can remain open as city officials and hookah lounge owners open dialogue.
Aug 28, 2015