Dorothy Edwards is a staff photojournalist at Crosscut. Before Crosscut, she was a staff photojournalist at the Naples Daily News and USA Today Network in Florida. Find her on Twitter and Instagram or email her at email@example.com.
From weddings to quinceañeras and births, six families reflect on how they celebrated their biggest moments this year.
Washingtonians try to make sense out of a year of stress, unrest and uncertainty.
The LGBTQ collective takes its parties online with drag shows, films and podcasts
As Washington state pushes through the pandemic, a shortage of child care options forces parents and providers to make difficult choices.
Whether they lost their jobs or the nature of their work changed, these Seattleites are finding creative ways to supplement their income.
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Seattle grandmother Sadie Pimpleton was hospitalized with COVID-19 and says she saw the end. She’s now back home with her grandkids, finding ways to help others.
Pride Month has been criticized for being too white and too commercial. Four activists share how they've built their own spaces for celebration.
An iPhone correspondent, comics illustrator and photographer talk about documenting history in the making.
Beyond the Capitol Hill protests, young activists are finding creative ways to engage more people in the fight for change.
Redmond City Councilwoman Varisha Khan is navigating her first term from home while supporting her community through the pandemic.