Nobody likes an unwelcome houseguest. They are noisy, they overeat, and are an overall nuisance. The Seattle Streetcar project is fast becoming the International District’s unwelcome houseguest. But instead of being noisy and over eating, it has caused overall frustration, confusion, and concerns for the future. The three current Seattle Streetcar projects underway are the […]

By Rosalie Anne Cabison If you are meant to do something, you will do it. This is the thought that popped into my head as I watched Ezra Dickinson stretch plastic wrap with words printed on it between trees in front of the U.S. courthouse. I immersed myself into the culture of 12th Avenue’s Velocity […]

By Ashley Roe Many Seattle rap artists are set to take the local stages and perform their artistry this summer. To make sure you don’t miss any of the action, below is a calendar comprised of the must-see Seattle summer rap concerts: Friday, June 14: Don’t Talk To The Cops! The duo of Bruce Illest […]

By Martha Tesema Priscilla Hegedus is the founder of Hegedus Style, an international small business based in Amsterdam who advocates for sustainable style globally. I asked her a few questions in order to shed light on some parts of the world of eco-friendly fashion. What exactly does eco-fashion mean? There isn’t an official definition referred to nomenclatures and standards […]

 By Auria Horne It goes without saying that city life isn’t cheap. Dealing with pricey parking, expensive groceries, and higher rent can take a toll on our wallets. Seattle certainly isn’t exempt from this. In fact, it’s not only the city with the highest cost of living in Washington, but according to its cost of […]

Look at the coffee cup you are holding. If it’s from Seattle University, then chances are you can compost it. If it’s from the Starbucks down the street, then you most likely will throw that in the recycling. Now, avert your eyes to the t-shirt that you have on. You can’t compost that–but that doesn’t […]

By Ashley Roe This summer’s Capitol Hill Block Party lineup includes a few up-and-coming Seattle rap artists who are ready to expose their sound to a wider fan base. Dave B, Jarv Dee, Sam Lachow and Raz Simone are just some of the local rappers who be performing at the festival. These profiles dive into […]