Explainer

Boeing Will Send Its Starliner Crew to Space in Style

The shuttle’s astronauts are going to be decked out in a bold new take on the classic space suit.

03/20/2017 By Cassandra Calderon

Explainer

There Are So Many Construction Cranes in Seattle Right Now

Like flags planted in the name of vertical expansion, the dozens of cranes towering over downtown Seattle are a reminder that the city is in the midst of a development boom. Let’s get acquainted with these spindly tools of progress.

02/20/2017 By Cassandra Calderon

Sunday Grub

Seattle Super Bowl Takeout Guide: 2017 Edition

From Richard Sherman–approved wings to poke, some special football-viewing food offerings from restaurants around town.

02/01/2017 By Cassandra Calderon

Top Dentists 2017

What Goes on at the Dentist's Office Behind the Scenes?

Four stories that offer a peek into the surprisingly exciting world of teeth.

01/01/2017 By Jane Kidder, Amanda Raschkow, Jack Russillo, and Cassandra Calderon

City Hall

Health Care Workers Stage "Die-in" at City Hall to Support Safe Drug Consumption Sites

As Seattle officials decide whether to implement the nation's first ever safe injection facilities, a coalition of local health care workers crash city hall to show support for the controversial approach.

12/02/2016 By Cassandra Calderon

Pedestrian Chronicles

City Waterfront Plan Criticized for Unfriendly Pedestrian Design

Arguing that the current waterfront plan provides inadequate pedestrian access, three local associations file appeals questioning city's Alaskan Way project.

11/22/2016 By Cassandra Calderon

City

Capitol Hill Housing Project Stands Up to African American Displacement in Central District

A new development spearheaded by a collection of community groups will prioritize local black businesses and community.

10/12/2016 By Cassandra Calderon