Genna Martin is Crosscut's associate photo editor. She is a visual storyteller and documentary photographer based in Seattle, Washington.
Western science and traditional knowledge help them monitor seaweed health, vital to their culture and local ecosystems.
As a new CEO takes over, employees of the Seattle-based coffee giant are taking their demands to the street: Stop union-busting and bargain in good faith.
Citing shrinking enrollment, the school district may close some elementaries — raising questions about who will bear the brunt of potential cuts.
On the rainy bank of the Pilchuck River in Snohomish, a growing St. Thomas Orthodox Church celebrated the Holy Trinity and the baptism of Jesus.
Pickleball mania, vaccinated tigers, Ukrainian art and the fall of 'Roe.' These images taken across Washington state made us think, feel and laugh.
As the days grow darker, the Festivities in Focus project aims to celebrate joy within a barrage of often difficult news.
While Seattle Pride partnered with companies like T-Mobile, Starbucks and Microsoft, community-led events steered away from deep-pocketed sponsors.
Bad children beware. Krampus Seattle started out in haunted houses and was invited this year to join the holiday revelry in WA's Bavarian-themed town.
Photo editor Dorothy Edwards selected images reflecting on shared humanity around Washington state.
Smaller, less branded events populate the city as LGBTQ business owners hope to push Pride into July