Life In Color Seattle 2021
Woodland Park Zoo is excited to host the “Color Life Happy” special one-month art exhibit to benefit mental health programs at Seattle Children’s Hospital. The exhibit is on display at Woodland Park Welcome to Money Diaries where we are tackling the ever-present taboo that is money. We’re asking real people how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we’re tracking That’s why Morrison worked with Watershed Alliance of Southwest Washington to create a memorial for Clark County people of color who have died of COVID-19. In all, 41 trees have been planted in a
As the uptick in coronavirus vaccines makes it possible to socialize safely, these stories show what reopening our social worlds looks like — from a grandchild’s first visit from her grandparents to That’s because, for more than a century, Washington law has contained language to protect people’s homes from being sold to pay off their debts. But the law hasn’t kept up with the state’s rising home
Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction Elsie Arntzen, as an elected official, has the responsibility to serve all Montanans — not just some. Instead, she needlessly and recklessly chose to place Seattle may not have as many record stores as it used to, but vinyl is back in a big way. The retro-cool resurgence is exemplified by recent LP sales (up 46% from 2019 to 2020 alone) and, more
Life In Color Seattle 2021 : Growing up, Charna Parkey was always the “tech person” in her house. In high school she started getting IT certifications, and by the time she got to college, she took as many engineering classes Seattle’s Police Department rescinded an invitation to an “appreciation dinner” hosted by Franklin Graham due to the pastor’s anti-LGBTQ history. Less packaging, more human interaction; it’s not just the quality of the produce on sale that makes visiting Italy’s markets an unforgettable experience.