Thousands gathered on Sunday to mark the two-day Ethiopian Orthodox holiday after two years of the pandemic and the Tigray war.
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.
A NAAM gathering on the fourth day of the secular pan-African holiday honored the principle of Ujamaa, or cooperative economics.
From waning interest in pandemic precautions to fights over free speech, there are lessons for the new year in our region’s past.
Should I be wearing a mask? How can I get a booster shot? We're answering your questions about COVID, RSV and the flu.
St. James's nine-day Advent Mass draws hundreds from all over Western Washington.
After a pandemic hiatus, the Day of the Dead event returned to Seattle's El Centro de la Raza.
At Taylor Shellfish Farms, hiring is increasingly a challenge as skyrocketing housing costs and difficult working conditions make it hard to recruit.
It's not just the kids. From therapy to support groups, parents are seeking connection and help to recover from the traumas of the past few years.
The funding attracted over 50,000 applicants in two weeks, but had been postponed due to a number of factors.
More than two years after the order took effect, the governor's special authority to combat the pandemic is over — even as the virus remains.
With local and international fare at Lumen Field and a sprawling art show in Pioneer Square, here’s what stood out — and sold — on the opening day of Seattle’s ‘art holiday.’
The city’s arts industry is returning to some semblance of normalcy. Four leaders survey the damage done and chart a path forward.
A month after the FDA approved COVID-19 vaccines for children 6 months and older, families in Washington, Idaho and Montana face long waits and shipping delays.
Journalists Sarah Jaffe and Eyal Press discuss what the Great Resignation, union organization and hybrid models mean for the future of labor.
Trevor Bedford, a Fred Hutch scientist, was one of the first people to explain COVID-19 to the public. Thousands of Twitter followers and a MacArthur grant later, he reflects on what he learned.