And glass-bottomed kayaks oblige.
Laura Da' talks writing in Seattle.
A Time Before Rainier
Local Indian tribes lived around a mountain they called Tahoma for centuries, and their legacy struggles to hold on.
More Native American women have been counted as missing or murdered here than almost anywhere in the country. But authorities are at a loss on how to track, let alone stop, the trend.
"I'm not going to wait for the state," Echo-Hawk said. "Our women deserve justice now."
How to really say local place names, including one that rhymes with “cocaine.”
It’s called the World Famous Suicide Race, a harrowing horseback contest between Native American riders in Washington’s most infamous rodeo. This year, one teenager has four days to defend a way of life and keep a family legacy alive.
Elements of Style
A Pike Place designer reclaims appropriated native art—and inspires his community to do the same.
Today's picks for civic nerds
The native art curator discusses the musuem's new exhibit Indigenous Beauty.
Following the Nez Perce National Historic Trail through reservations, mountains, and history.
Membership disputes have raged within the Snoqualmie tribe for years, but Marvin Kempf is determined to set the record straight.