Lit Life

Meet Hugo House's New Poet-in-Residence

Laura Da' talks writing in Seattle.

08/20/2019 By Stefan Milne

A Time Before Rainier

Should Mount Rainier Revert to Its Original Moniker?

Local Indian tribes lived around a mountain they called Tahoma for centuries, and their legacy struggles to hold on.

07/23/2019 By Allison Williams

Feature

Women Erased: How Washington Has Failed Missing Native Women

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.

12/18/2018 By Hayat Norimine Photography by Lindsey Wasson

Criminal Justice

Report: No One Knows How Many Native Women Are Missing or Murdered

"I'm not going to wait for the state," Echo-Hawk said. "Our women deserve justice now."

11/16/2018 By Hayat Norimine

Seattle Lexicon

How to Pronounce Puyallup

How to really say local place names, including one that rhymes with “cocaine.”

09/21/2018 By Allison Williams

Feature

The Kings of Suicide Hill: Inside the Famous—and Deadly—Omak Stampede

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.

07/17/2017 By Allison Williams

Elements of Style

Louie Gong Is an Original

A Pike Place designer reclaims appropriated native art—and inspires his community to do the same.

02/20/2017 By Rosin Saez

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: A Chance to Preview 'Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies'

Today's picks for civic nerds

03/17/2015 By Atoosa Moinzadeh

PubliCalendar

PubliCalendar: Cowlitz Authors Talk Indigenous Identity

Today's picks for civic nerds

02/23/2015 By Atoosa Moinzadeh

Local Talent

A Fiendish Conversation with Seattle Art Museum's Barbara Brotherton

The native art curator discusses the musuem's new exhibit Indigenous Beauty.

02/12/2015 By Seth Sommerfeld

Article

Chief Joseph’s Trail in Idaho and Montana

Following the Nez Perce National Historic Trail through reservations, mountains, and history.

09/03/2013 By David Laskin

Article

Bad Blood

Membership disputes have raged within the Snoqualmie tribe for years, but Marvin Kempf is determined to set the record straight.

12/17/2012 By Matthew Halverson