Gabriel-Bello Lawrence-Diaz is the new executive director of Coyote Central, a non-profit art program for youth in Seattle. He was hired this summer after co-founder and former program director Marybeth Satterlee and executive director Claudia Stelle retired.
The December 2022 news announcement: Some freeways may be useable following ‘the Big One’ per new modeling by University of Washington - OPB sounded reassuring. But it’s not that simple.
The McGilvra Elementary Parent Teacher Association is hosting its McGilvra Annual Fund Drive through February.
Coyote is an inclusive arts education organization geared toward 10- to 15-year-olds. According to the non-profit organization’s mission statement, “Coyote sparks creativity in young people, putting tools in their hands to build skills and forge their futures.”
Curious about which books Seattle’s insatiable readers turned to in 2022? Need a little inspiration for that 2023 book list?
I literally uttered these words aloud, strolling alone, on the north end of McGilvra Boulevard East. There it stood, nearing 100 feet in height, a perfect specimen of the pin oak (Quercus palustris). I have passed this tree hundreds of times. The difference was that it was leafless on that recent day. The structure, the stature, the power of the tree stood out in naked splendor. It was not unlike rounding the corner of the Accademia in Florence and looking down the hall to see Michelangelo’s David for the first time (a memorable moment that made my wife burst into tears). No hyperbole here, that oak on that day was equally moving to me.
“You do not have to sit outside in the dark. If, however, you want to look at the stars, you will find that darkness is necessary. But the stars neither require nor demand it.”
When Morgan Brewer and Luke Sarantinos saw each other at the Magnolia Starbucks recently, it was like no time had passed at all since they were last together.
For the first time since 1965, Seattle Opera presents Camille Saint-Saëns’ “Samson and Delilah” in two performances, Jan. 20 and Jan. 22, at McCaw Hall (321 Mercer St).
When Lincoln, a 5-year-old flat-coated retriever, hears the bells on his orange King County Search Dogs vest jingle, he knows it is time to go to work.
Aegis Living Madison resident Bob Elliott might not have engaged in combat during his Air Force career, but his time in the military was not dull.
As part of its annual Veteran’s Day festivities on Nov. 11, Aegis Living Madison honored more than 20 veterans — 16 residents, three team members and select family and friends.
Around age 7, and living in Riverton Heights, my friends and I still looked forward to Christmas even as the depression lingered.
Like jellyfish and the Mona Lisa, there are beautiful things that are not to be touched. The same is true in the plant world.
The Washington State Discover Pass Program has designated the Discover Pass free days for 2023. On these days, visitors will not need a Discover Pass to park at Washington state parks and on recreation lands managed by Washington Department of Natural Resources.