Ken Olsen first bought a used engine that wasn’t running and stored it for 20 year, repairing it after taking welding and machine-shop classes. A...
Sumner artist Katrina Wolfe combines dance, theater and meditation in her performances of butoh, a hard-to-define art form born in Japan in the 1950s.
Women come to a Kent beauty salon to receive henna patterns for Eid, marking the end of the Ramadan fast.
At the annual Sheepdog Classic on Vashon Island, border collies focus on the job at hand: Persuading skittish sheep to walk into a pen.
Audiences watched as sumo wrestlers battled it out last month at Sumo + Sushi at the WaMu Theater. Sumo is the national sport of Japan...
Michael Cox and his son go to great heights on the job, even wearing superhero costumes when they’re on the job at Seattle Children’s hospital.
An occasional series of scenes from a journey through our region.
A 77-year-old Cadillac that doesn’t run? No problem. This garage works on anything built from 1886 to 1970. VIEW
Northwest Wanderings | An occasional series of scenes from a journey through our region.
The U.S. just won a curling gold medal. So let’s visit the Seattle club where champions are made. WATCH
Northwest Wanderings | Seattle's Granite Curling Club is the epicenter of curling in the Northwest. And now that the U.S. has captured its first-ever Olympic...
Seattle Times reader Mike McAuliffe’s image of a cedar waxwing in warm winter light.
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