By kneeling, sitting, raising fists or locking arms, athletes carry on a tradition of protest in sports.
Navigating Change is the 2017 theme for Pacific Northwest magazine stories, exploring different facets of change throughout the Greater Seattle area.
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Tons of openings, surprising shutdowns, a staff shortage — no wonder local chefs are uneasy. What’s going on?
Councilman Satpal Singh Sidhu promotes the power of immigrant dreams.
As it nears its 45th anniversary, Tacoma’s Korean Women’s Association has grown into a wide-reaching provider of social services.
Resting Waters handles your pet’s death with care — and a smaller carbon pawprint.
Alpine climbing and endurance sports require extra intensity, effort and commitment for mothers.
Belltown’s aromatic union hall has been a gathering spot and a home for workers since 1942.
While some prosper, others struggle to survive in Seattle.
The city struggles to learn from history and find the right balance in its latest boom time.
Change is coming to White Center, which has become a more-prosperous version of its gritty past.
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