The local artist collective makes a case for adding “wonderment” to the everyday.
John Bennett hopes saving buildings in one neighborhood can help preserve Seattle at large.
A series of events across North America protest the effects of gentrification and displacement on Seattle's Chinatown-International District and other Chinatowns.
With The Last 6,000 project, 'tree librarians' are hoping to document and save Seattle's vulnerable canopy.
Can the Seattle neighborhood change without losing its spirit?
The City of Seattle says “a sad miscommunication” landed the historic Mercer Arena griffins in a dumpster.
It's time for city government and the able-bodied among us to shoulder a bigger load in making our city accessible to all.
Cyclists say our bike infrastructure leaves much to be desired. WSDOT's Barb Chamberlain wants to fix that.
"When we don’t follow the law because it snows we’re still violating people’s civil rights."
Seattle shrouded in snow while the Alaskan Way tunnel makes its debut.
O concrete behemoth, you will be missed.
Mayor Durkan negotiated with downtown property owners who threatened to block the tax.
The Period of Maximum Constraint will test our mobility creativity — and it's not unprecedented.
We asked an expert to deconstruct Seattle's new architecture.
An historic Seattle church is now a hot spot for events.
Getting around was as easy as remembering that "Jesus Christ made Seattle under protest."