With ferns encroaching on its front door, grass growing out of its pavement, and a staircase sinking to one side, the Washington Medical Center building has become a symbol of both the ruination of the Keiro nursing home and a beacon for its future.
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is planning to add protected bike lanes on 2nd Avenue Extension South, South Main Street, and 5th Avenue South between South Washington and South King Streets.
The popular Free Waterfront Shuttle will continue daily service through Oct. 31.
The Seattle Chinatown-International District’s Night Market was held on Sept. 14. Festival goers feasted on a variety of international delights from food vendors and local restaurants. There was also an outdoor international market featuring handmade local goods, fresh cut flowers, and Asian inspired items, and live entertainment.
Director and writer Lorene Scafaria based her new film “Hustlers” more-or-less on a true story, “The Hustlers at Scores,” an article by Jessica Pressler published in New York Magazine.
There are ghosts among us. Ghosts that, if left unrecognized, haunt the living, whether or not we are aware of it.
Leader of our fearless ark.
You’ve guided us through a three-inch binder of Head Start despair, Only to come out the other end with a bit more grey hair.
After 9 years of putting together an NBA career, which includes winning a championship, Jeremy Lin is moving on.
The master Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami (1940-2016) stuck to his filmmaking ways, even through his final illness, spending as much time as his health permitted on an abstract, feature-length project.
A tapestry of a skinless face, sparrows on a bullet-riddled target sheet, a burning sun and planet closing in on a bird, and contemplative self-portraits give you a peek into some things that run through the minds of youngsters we term as Gen Z.