“Tides of Change” brings Afro-Brazilian spirituality to Fremont Solstice Parade
by Niva Ashkenazi
Yemonja is a central figure in the Seattle Women's Steel Pan Project's "Tides of Change," a performance that also speaks to the health of the oceans today.
Jun 14, 2018
Geocaching fans find happy hunting in foreign lands
by Joanna Kresge
Geocaching, the GPS-driven treasure hunt with roots right here in Seattle, is the center-point for more and more trips between the Northwest and Europe.
Aug 18, 2015
On mountain high for women’s rights
by Edlyn D'Souza
A passion for extreme adventure has taken two women from two different parts of the world on a journey with one purpose: women’s empowerment.
May 25, 2014
Geocaching: A global treasure hunt with Northwest roots
by Sarah Stuteville
How a digital scavenger hunt born in Oregon has changed the way people travel.
Aug 16, 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
Seattle import stores face fierce competition from China and online retailers
by Allison Int-Hout
With import stores across the country struggling with changing regulations and growing transportation costs, it’s easy to guess why Istanbul Imports in downtown Fremont might have a huge “STORE CLOSING” sign hanging above the door. But the savvy import shopper might be surprised to find out that, unlike what the signs outside suggest, the owners […]
Jul 26, 2012