Before service starts, Josh McGrew catches up with friend and fellow Christian, Mickinzi Serles at The Inn at University Presbyterian Church. (Photo by Olivia Fuller)

Back from mission, Seattle Christian culture-shocked by non-religious city

After four years on mission in Nicaragua, 18-year-old Josh McGrew feels like he’s taking a risk by being Christian in Seattle, where less than half of people identify as religious.


Categories: Aid and Development, Religion

Mark Morris Dance Group performs 'Words.' (Photo by Ani Collier.)

Uncompromising Mark Morris Dance Group takes to Meany stage

Mark Morris Dance Group will take the stage at Seattle’s Meany Theater Thursday through Sunday.


Categories: Arts & Culture

A December 2013 view of the Tesoro refinery across Fidalgo Bay from March Point. (Photo by Dana via Creative Commons License)

Five years post-explosion, Tesoro strikers still push for safety measures

Justice delayed, Skagit County-based Tesoro strikers lead a push for better safety standards and management accountability.


Categories: Conflict, Featured, Labor, News, Politics

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Time to shed the ‘progressive mystique’ and confront racism in Seattle

We may fancy ourselves a progressive city, but the recent history of race in Seattle suggests we’ve got a long ways to go.


Categories: Education, Perspectives, Politics

Garfield BSU member Alyssa King speaks at Jan. 22 event, "From Black Power to Black Lives Matter: A forum with 1968 Olympic medalist John Carlos.

Garfield High School’s Black Student Union keeps legacy of activism strong

Garfield High School’s Black Student Union strengthens the school’s civil rights legacy with a new set of challenges and opportunities.


Categories: Education, Featured, Politics

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