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We camp believe Canlis’ creativity

Yurts for outdoor dining at Canlis restaurant

Is fine-dining restaurant Canlis’ Yurt Village the most creative Pacific Northwest response to the pandemic ever? Probably. Do we want to eat in our own private yurt named after a ski run surrounded by freshly cut pines and sip a cup of apple cider brewed on an antique camp stove? Absolutely.

Yurt Better Believe

City Inside/Out: State lawmakers address police accountability

Seattle Police officers

More than a dozen police accountability bills are being considered by state lawmakers. If approved, the measures would overhaul police tactics, discipline and even union contract negotiations. City Inside/Out host Brian Callanan speaks with lawmakers, officers and advocates on the best way to police the police.

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Black History Month 2021: The indelible legacy of Black Seattleites

Black History Month

Our celebration of Black History Month brings you stories, old and new, of a community that's played a central role in building the city we know today. We delved into our archives to highlight Black activists, artists, icons, and storytellers you need to know.

Honoring History

Take a walk in the park with this vintage Seattle film

Scene from Seattle park in 1977

If you're like us, the past year has renewed our love for Seattle's parks, as they've provided a welcome refuge and respite from the COVID-19 pandemic. Take a moment to enjoy vintage Emerald City scenes in the 1977 film 'Parks, Pleasant Occasions, and Happiness' created by Seattle Parks and Recreation. 

Park Yourself Here

Sickle cell anemia and racial justice in a pandemic

Seattle resident Denise Bazemore grew up with sickle cell anemia

Denise Bazemore is among the 8-10% of African Americans with sickle cell anemia. In 2020, she was diagnosed with COVID-19. She handled both with her son's support, and says she sees a more inclusive future for the next generation of sickle cell patients, especially those who already face additional challenges as Black Americans. 

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ICYMI: King County celebrates the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

King County's MLK Day event

For Martin Luther King Jr. Day, King County celebrated its namesake's legacy, and put a renewed focus on Dr. King's legacy of the "beloved community."