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Culture / Ethnicity
Population numbers don't add up to electoral success, or even voter participation.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
Flamenca at Meany. Delta does the Neptune. Seattle Women's Chorus howls at the moon from St. Mark's Cathedral. Irish Reels Film Festival at SIFF. And Lit Crawl's happening all over town.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
This year's first ever recipient of the award was arrested more than 50 times for his advocacy on behalf of Northwest Coast Native American Tribes and their fisheries.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Public opinion about the shooting is split along predictable racial and political lines. Have we made any progress towards bridging this divide?READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: What my adopted daughter's experience performing in "The Mikado" taught me about white guilt, musical theater and cultural appropriation.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
"Angels" at Intiman, Ferguson discussion at Northwest African American Museum, Tom Krell at Neumos, KEXP's Gigantic Bicycle Festival - and more.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
We are making strides on ethnicity and sexual orientation. But Seattle and Portland forget one part of the equation.READ MORE 19 COMMENTS
We've got tips for thawing the Seattle Freeze.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
The tech send-up has deepened into a hilariously crude and scalpel sharp buddy movie.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
We sat down with author David Sax, whose new book argues that food trends have a stronger impact on what ends up on our plates than our taste buds.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
Heronswood Nursery was culled of its botanical treasures by a big seed company, left essentially for dead. Now the S'Klallam tribe is unexpectedly bringing things back to life.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Students in Washington State and around the world are locked in a passionate debate over whether colleges should divest from Israel as a protest over the country's treatment of Palestinians.READ MORE 13 COMMENTS
A Seattle artist finds joy and inspiration amongst the books and brick-a-brac at le Marche d'Aligre.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
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