10 tips for Brits living in Seattle
by Ruth Whyman
How to get on in the Emerald City without coming off like a barmy wanker.
Dec 19, 2013
How DNA can (and can’t) help you trace your family roots
by Elizabeth Hayden
Elizabeth Hayden headed for the rolling hills of the Cotswold in England to find the ancestral home of her great-grandfather, Thomas Thatcher Grimmett. (Left photo by Joe Dunckley via Flickr) DNA technology is great. But if you really want to connect with your ancestors, do your genealogical research the old fashioned way.
Sep 4, 2013
Brit in Seattle attempts to live without food
by Sheridan Smalley
A journey into the global movement of people who say they can survive without eating.
Jun 4, 2013
Five global groups hitting Seattle stages this spring
by Kelsie Mhoon
From Jamaica to Venezuela to Wales, there’s a slew of international acts coming to town in April and May.
Apr 9, 2013
A Fremont Pub Feels Like Home for English Football Fanatics
by Sarah Elson
My dad is a football fanatic, and I don’t mean he loves the Seahawks. He is a die-hard fan of what Americans refer to as soccer. When I was a kid I was woken up most weekend mornings to the sounds of him and his football buddies yelling at the TV. By the time I had […]
Feb 4, 2013