Mike Tagawa has spent 75 years at the intersection of Seattle civil-rights history.
In January, the blockbuster festival bowed out of what would've been its third year. Forensics reveal a good but expensive idea. What if it had been organized differently?
Could a progressive agenda on health care, abortion and climate help re-elect Donald Trump?
The Eastside is challenging the rapidly changing city on several fronts.
It's time for city government and the able-bodied among us to shoulder a bigger load in making our city accessible to all.
If Seattle Public Schools wants to better serve underrepresented students, it should bring back TAF Academy.
Higher taxes don't necessarily mean more revenue.
The definition of "basic education" needs an update.
Despite improvements in state support, our schools continue to rely on local voter-approved levies to fund items fundamental to day-to-day operations.
During the Seattle stop of Schultz's book tour, there was a little farce and some magical thinking in his appearance.
The role of vaccines in protecting children is better understood in other parts of the world than among some people here.
An ex-barista questions the former Starbucks CEO's qualifications to run the free world.
If he can withstand the nastiness, Schultz could pull the Democratic party back from the left and force it to the center.
There are lessons we could apply to today's Seattle, which faces many of the same issues of 1919.
Washington state and Seattle were leaders in forming Chinese ties. And local connections can survive a trade dispute.