⚾ New pub is a home run for Seattle baseball history buffs

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El Centro de la Raza celebrates 50 years of anchoring local Latino & Chicano community

El Centro de la Raza

Born out of the tumult of the early 1970s, El Centro de la Raza has grown to become one of the region's premier community organizations and is the heart of Seattle's Latino and Chicano communities. This year, the organization is celebrating its golden anniversary. We have this look on El Centro de la Raza's past, present, and future.


Meet candidates hoping to keep Washington’s elections safe & secure

Secretary of State candidates Steve Hobbs and Julie Anderson

Washington's Secretary of State appointee Steve Hobbs is in a tight race against Pierce County Auditor Julie Anderson to become the state's next elections chief, as partisanship and election security concerns are at an all-time high. The two joined City Inside/Out to share their vision for the position


Nancy Pearl keeps it in the family in latest Book Lust

Nancy Pearl interviews sister Susan Linn

Book Lust host Nancy Pearl talks to a very special author – her sister! Susan Linn’s book, "Who’s Raising the Kids? Big Tech, Big Business, and the Lives of Children," gets into how constant connectivity affects kids, their families, and society as a whole, and the power we have to mitigate its effects.


⚾ Baseball bar knocks it out of the park

Historic photo of African American baseball teams

Steelheads Alley is something between a pub, museum, and sporting event–and it already seems like a home run. It's part of the the new Hatback Bar and Grille that opened this baseball season across from T-Mobile Park. It’s setting the bar (cough, cough) high by spotlighting often-overlooked minority and women athletes throughout history.


🎸 38 Coffin jams out over Halloween weekend

38 Coffin performs

What better way to usher in spooky season than a performance by 38 Coffin? The band recently performed on “Art Zone with Nancy Guppy” playing “Cars, Babes, Rock n Roll” from their self-titled debut LP. You can hear the band live this Friday, Oct. 28, at Jules Maes Saloon and Saturday, Oct. 29, at Slim's Last Chance.


Officials face the implications of anxiety

Seattle University Conversations panel

The pandemic, loss of reproductive rights, policing issues, and inflation (just to name a few) have taken a toll on us all, but what are the effects of this rise in collective anxiety levels, and how do we mitigate them? Experts and local leaders gather at Seattle University to discuss.


Voting is our favorite fall tradition! 🍂 🗳️

Ballot with fall leaves in the background

Your 2022 general election ballot should have landed in your mailbox, and when you're ready to start filling out those ballot bubbles, don't miss our resource-rich Seattle/King County Video Voter’s Guide. It contains short statements from candidates about their backgrounds, platforms, and motivations, so you know who’s the best choice for your community.


COVID-19 resources

Anyone 6 months of age and older is eligible to get vaccinated. Learn more about vaccines, testing, and the best way to help manage the spread of coronavirus at kingcounty.gov/covid.

Free N95 masks. Visit the federal government's one-stop COVID website to find locations to get free masks.

Free at-home tests. While supplies last, Washingtonians can order up to two COVID-19 test kits per month from the website sayyescovidhometest.org (ordering available in English and Spanish).

Self-test expiration dates extended. Some COVID-19 rapid self-tests now have an extended expiration date. Review your at-home tests at on the FDA's website.

Vaccines & boosters. Find a vaccine in King County or around Washington state.

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