All herrings considered, climate change is reshaping the food landscape. It may be time to change the way we eat.
For refugees in Seattle, rising rents mean the search for home isn’t over
After years in camps, Congolese refugees still search for a place to call home amid Seattle’s housing crunch. For many, homelessness is a real threat.
“I will not ask the system politely to dismantle itself.”
Seattle native Troy Osaki is on the verge of graduating law school. But the law, he says, is not enough. What about poetry?
A restaurant owner braces himself to keep Seattle’s Little Saigon Vietnamese
Tam Nguyen is the owner of a popular restaurant in Seattle’s Vietnamese business district. But increasing development makes for an uncertain future for the commerce and culture of Little Saigon.
To save the shellfish industry, water quality is measured in a salty, smoky package
The president’s proposed budget cuts could impact environmental groups’ initiatives to improve water quality. But in Washington state, they’re not stopping.
In Seattle, where homelessness seems inescapable, one man found his way out
In Seattle, by some estimates, almost 11,000 people are homeless. Zackary Tutwiler has finally gotten his life on track — yet he comes back to the same street corner every day.