Ridwell, Seattle Recreative, Earthwise, and Ballard Reuse are sponsors for Seattle Recycled Arts’ Zero Waste Pop-Up Market. This year’s event will feature goods made from at least 75% recycled material and a juried art show.
Having vowed to close its four nuclear power plants by 2025, Taiwan is in the midst of transforming its energy supply to more renewable sources. But the transition is fraught with challenges.
Shiva Shafii, Seattle Symphony’s director of communications, shared excitement about this year’s Celebrate Asia, which will include a mix of diverse artists and repertoire with folk music from China and Russia.
Gov. Jay Inslee appointed Nelson Lee to the King County Superior Court on Feb. 18. He replaces Judge Bill Bowman, who was recently appointed to the Court of Appeals, Division I.
Over the years, I have collected tons of name tags from the events I attended. Plastic name tags are expensive, it is about a dollar each. I don’t throw them away.
One day after the Day of Remembrance, California lawmakers unanimously passed a resolution to formally apologize for the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II—and for the state’s “failure to support and defend the civil rights and civil liberties of Japanese Americans.” In the months after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor in 1941, President […]