End of an era for prominent Pioneer Square art gallery

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The Salmon People’s struggle to survive

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“How do you pay respects to salmon? Make sure that they have a good home to come to. You take care of the water that they rely on, like they take care of us. The Muckleshoot Tribe and the salmon rely on and support one another. This short documentary highlights the history of that relationship and tribal members’ hopes for its future. 


Bernie Griffin’s curtain call

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5th Avenue Theatre Managing Director Bernie Griffin is retiring after 22 years. She shared some of her favorite moments from the theatre’s history and her own with Art Zone, and promised to be back selling golden tickets before too long. “If I get a call,” Says Griffin, “fingers crossed!”


Seattle Councilmember Alex Pedersen on Council Edition

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City Councilmember Alex Pedersen shares the latest on Seattle's homelessness response on Council Edition with host Brian Callanan. The two discuss Pedersen’s plan to remove what he calls a regressive water tax and add a citywide capital gains tax, attempts to put a state drug use and possession law into action in Seattle, and more.  


Linda Hodges Gallery closes its doors

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Linda Hodges Gallery permanently shuts its doors June 28. Hodges has spent 43 years as a gallery owner supporting and representing artists, from established ones like Gaylen Hansen and Lucinda Parker to newer faces such as Klara Glosova and Ryan Molenkamp.


Decades of Seattle LGBTQ+ news brought to the surface

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We were there in 2021 when efforts to digitize decades of Seattle Gay News began. As of this February, nearly 2,000 issues were uploaded, revealing chapters in our city’s story that more mainstream outlets often left out. Learn more about where those papers were buried for so long and the stories they contain.