Glenn Nelson writes about race and equity in the Pacific Northwest. His media project, The Trail Posse, documents inclusion in the outdoors.
For many Asian Americans, that's a frustrating development.
Bronze birch borers are thriving during the city's hotter summers. Is their infestation a sign of advancing climate change?
The idea behind Refuge Outdoor Festival? That there's power in cultivating space with people who share similar experiences.
South Park is mired in air, noise and water pollution. This hasn't stopped the onslaught of gentrification.
Once quaint, Seafair has become noisy, wasteful and inequitable. In this era of change, it's time for it to fly away.
If you are nonwhite in this country, you almost certainly have a “go back” moment.
During his 12 years as mayor of Renton, Denis Law helped build a politically inclusive city.
And she should deliver her dissent to its chief occupant in person.
The chapter president told South Seattle's DeAunté Damper, "You'll be making history." It's true.
The documentary, which will be screened during SIFF, carries unfortunate similarities to his 1999 book about the Seattle SuperSonics.