Ahead of a major retrospective at Seattle Art Museum, six Northwest artists reflect on the photographer’s legacy and local influence.
Collected off the streets during protests, blast balls and rubber bullets get a rare artistic and journalistic treatment.
How an underdog cheerleading team finally made it to state.
Washington might be known for its skiing and snowboarding, but some take to a spot near Leavenworth in hopes of catching perch and other fish.
Seattle salon owner Nary Kuy finds comfort and purpose in bringing her traditions to the PNW.
A Crosscut photographer finds inspiration in his young daughter's approach to the art form.
The spirit of Seattle’s heavy metal spoof of ‘The Nutcracker’ lives on.
In the wake of a geopolitical crisis, 10 Seattleites talk about turmoil here and abroad.
Our photojournalists reflect on the photos that resonated with them this year.
Pink Pistols offers queer gun owners empowerment, inclusion and community.
Is 'Bread Face' art? Watch as our reporter embeds herself to find out.
Seattle photographer Nate Gowdy celebrates the many hues of red, white and blue.
On Memorial Day, a Rainier Beach park was pelted with gunfire. A month later, those closest to the violence reflect.
A visit to the annual Combine Demolition Derby.
The 40-year-old annual tradition unites teens and decidedly older adults.
Artist Troy Gua honors the legend with his Le Petit Prince doll in an exhibit at MoPOP.