About a month ago, transgender activist Danni Askini lost her voice.
Northwest Folklife Festival, more SIFF highlights and indie pop songs inspired by The Handmaid's Tale.
The list of donors includes big name firms operating here — Amazon, Starbucks and Paul Allen’s Vulcan.
In the Puget Sound region, old and new driving habits are merging — poorly.
As the national immigration debate roars in the background, a Seattle school turns its focus on refugee and immigrant youth.
Art Thiel is co-founder of Sportspressnw.com and a former sports columnist for The Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
The Seattle Seahawks management has its own approach: letting go of two of the most outspoken players.
Rachel Shaffer is a third year PhD student in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences at UW.
The daily dose of air pollution could outweigh the benefits of biking.
The state has invested years of effort in the belief that a new apple variety, the Cosmic Crisp, will be a winner.
Crosscut strives to help readers better understand the change that is happening around them, and to spark inclusive, civil dialogue about creating a more just, equitable and sustainable Northwest.
Columnist Knute Berger is Crosscut’s Mossback. Born and raised in Seattle, he writes with his own Pacific Northwest perspective.
Oh, look: There’s incivility in Seattle.
Clair Enlow is a freelance journalist specializing in urban development and environmental issues.
The designer of New York’s High Line will brings its vision — and a few lessons in human nature — to Seattle’s waterfront.
Doug MacDonald is a pedestrian activist who once served as the Secretary of Transportation for Washington state.
Seattle is going backward — not forward — on pedestrian safety and related issues.
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Where the Ship Canal Water Quality Project was once believed to cost around $423 million, it will now cost $570 million.
15 years later, Seattle firefighters still think their station is giving them cancer.
When Emerge Washington began, they had no idea they were part of a national wave of female candidates across the country.
With UNESCO status secured, the real work of becoming a City of Literature begins.
There's a way to begin dealing with the health effects of unsheltered homelessness: Have shelter available by next winter.