Plus: Two new books tackle the true nature of stars.
As Hugo House's new writer in residence, Ruth Joffre is exploring empathy and being Latinx.
Sooner or later, we’re all going to have to ask: What am I willing to risk to see my loved ones right now? For me, it was Amtrak.
Local dance teachers and studios search for ways to keep the movement flowing.
Plus: A field trip to see art in Myrtle Edwards Park.
The pivot from apparel to protection has been a lifeline for some local creators.
FDR's plan put artists on the national payroll after the Great Depression. The COVID-19 recession demands a similar investment.
Face coverings helped flatten the curve during the Spanish flu. But as with coronavirus today, they couldn't muzzle dissent.
Plus: Native American takes on face masks.
Local commemorations disprove the myth that the Pacific Northwest was untouched by the Civil War.
A new exhibit wants to validate the importance of graffiti, while graffiti 30 minutes away is destroyed by city officials.
Plus: A popcorn pro-tip.
Mural artists reflect on the role public art plays during pandemic isolation and protests.
With CHOP dismantled and businesses reopening, where will all the street art end up?
As COVID-19 cases increase in these communities, a writer reflects on the lives behind the statistics.
Plus: A Fourth of July concert for astrology nerds.