UW professor emeritus Woodruff Sullivan says it is exceedingly unlikely there’s never been intelligent life beyond our own.
Ron Judd’s column, The Wrap, has concluded its run to give Ron, one of our great storytellers, more time to report and write stories that reflect how our region is changing, and how those changes are affecting who we are and who we will become. You can continue to find Ron’s work in Pacific Northwest Magazine, and more often on the front page of the newspaper, as well as on seattletimes.com.
Ron Judd fast-forwards 25 years for a more-fiction-than-science look at our beloved city’s future | PNW Magazine
Why do we bother? Because Seattle is worth it, that’s why. Ron Judd’s dysfunctional-love letter from the future imagines what we’ve lost — and what...
Catching up: Here’s what’s new in the 1938 Red Scare case on the Western Washington University campus.
Revelatory tome shows life wasn’t always powder days for man who put skiers on the big screen.
Roadside relics: Your guide to that Great Concrete Thing and other oddities along our state’s highways | PNW Magazine VIEW
These curiosities have outlived their usefulness but still make us stop and stare.
The city seems on the cusp of greatness, primed to take advantage of its geographic good fortune — if it wants to.
Rio’s chaotic 2016 Summer Games is the latest example of what’s wrong with the Olympics.
Tunneling clams help a Salish Sea renaissance man make art from waterlogged timber | PNW Magazine VIEW
It’s known as wormwood, but the intricate designs are actually made by shipworms, which are really clams.
Pastor Beth Purdum flies from island to island, delivering sermons about love, dignity and justice.
Volunteering is just part of the culture in Puget Sound, and extraordinary work is being done every day by ordinary people.