Reporter Maleeha Syed talks about revisiting Washington's worst mass shooting without reopening wounds.
The Wah Mee tragedy shook the Chinatown-International District 40 years ago. The ensuing media coverage further traumatized a grieving community.
Considered a lesser-known work by the ‘A Raisin in the Sun’ author, ‘The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window’ makes its PNW debut at Erickson Theatre.
As a child, Chelsea Murphy felt she didn’t belong outside. Now the Leavenworth-based founder of She Colors Nature is making sure her daughters do.
Bronze Chapter founder Denice Rochelle has thrived in the outdoors all her life. She wants other people of color in the PNW to feel the same way.
The angler known as The Black Stonefly was raised in the city. But now he's on a mission to get more Black people into the outdoors.
The department is deprioritizing Eurocentric dance forms and opening courses to a wider array of students — no experience necessary.
Tacoma angler, chef and outdoorsman Giancarlo Lawrence found solace in the icy waters of the PNW.
The Black Lives Matter muralist debuts his first solo show of large-scale self-portraits at Winston Wächter.
What reporter Margo Vansynghel learned from talking to the mayor, the artists and the people who cover up spray paint over and over again.
The founders of Portland's Deadstock Run Club are creating a space for people of color to connect and get active.
The Northwest African American Museum celebrates in-person, new gallery shows open in the Central District and KEXP commemorates Dr. King on the airwaves.
First drawn to the sport for health benefits, athlete Rosalie Fish hit her stride advocating for missing and murdered Indigenous women and two-spirit people.
Jas Maisonet started QPOC Hikers as a way to meet people. It’s become so much more.
Some employees are happy to see the hospital make progress, but still want to see more.
Agriculture is a fraught industry for descendants of enslaved people. Yes Farm is working to move beyond that trauma.