"...she’s the most celebrated and achieved athlete to come out of Tacoma. And no one had heard about her.”
BY MICHAEL WEINREB | March 25, 2023 at 10:30 a.m.

Jeopardy!'s Ken Jennings talks ChatGPT, life in Seattle and more

This Jeopardy! champion and prolific author is also a 2023 Crosscut Ideas Festival speaker.

Knowledge is Power: Herb “ConsumerMan” Weisbaum helps us be smarter consumers

Spend time with Herb “ConsumerMan” Weisbaum and it will always include a pearl of wisdom

Steve Kaufmann: A True Celebrity Polyglot

We know from many research papers that language learning supports brain cognitive function and provides some protection against aging

Ted Kennedy Watson

Ted Kennedy Watson has created a life doing what he loves

A Tribute to Pat Wright: Seattle's First Lady of Gospel

We belated heard the sad news of Pat Wright's passing and re-post this tribute we ran about her in 2014

Kent Stowell & Francia Russell

Kent Stowell and his wife Francia Russell came to Seattle in 1977 as artistic directors of the fledgling organization, Pacific Northwest Ballet

Laughter, Tears and Dusty Muffins

Between them, veteran reporter Julie Blacklow and longtime "Evening Magazine" host Penny LeGate racked up a total of 75 award-winning years in Seattle television

Canote Brothers – Live at the Phinney Center

Greg and Jere Canote are described as two of the most versatile and joyfully infectious musicians in the Pacific Northwest

Trailblazing Seattle Filmmaker Finally Gets Her Due

If Jean Walkinshaw were making a documentary about herself, how might she begin the film?

A New Chapter for Margaret Larson

Most people in the Seattle area are familiar with Margaret Larson as the face of KING 5’s New Day Northwest, a position she held for ten years

At Large with Knute “Mossback” Berger

Knute Berger has been a fixture in the Northwest publishing world for decades

The Greatest Seattle Mariners of All Time

Rosters from the crucial years of 1995 to 2000 include the names of Seattle’s greatest players, according to several reports and ranking organizations.

Merrilee Rush: Seattle’s homegrown rock ‘n’ roll sweetheart

Merrilee Rush gained national fame in 1968 with her breakout hit song, Angel of the Morning, which earned her a Grammy nomination for female vocalist of the year.

Earth Day Turns 50

It’s not often you meet someone who says they face each day excited about the work that lies before them. So it is with Denis Hayes, prominent environmental activist, national coordinator of the first Earth Day and president of the Seattle-based Bullitt Foundation since 1992.