Beloved Seattle fishmongers sail into retirement 🎣⛵️🌅

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Famed fishmongers bid farewell 🐟🐟🐟

Mutual Fish storefront with logo of three grouped fish

Mutual Fish is closing its doors Saturday, Sept. 16, after 76 years. Harry and Kevin Yoshimura, the son and grandson of founder Dick Yoshimura, are sailing off into retirementor at least some new adventure. The skills and knowledge they lent to former employees, now mongering across Seattle, will surely keep the industry afloat. We visited Mutual Fish in 2019 as part of a CityStream road scholar episode about Rainier Ave.


“Written in Water” enchants & envelops viewers 🪶

A painting by Sarah Norsworthy

Sarah Norsworthy's solo exhibit, "Written in Water" at Georgetown's studio e gallery enchants viewers with a unique abstraction of nature. Each painting seems to lift off the canvas – mostly because, with a generous amount of the medium – they literally do.


Bee kind to pollinators 🐝

Four side-by-side panels of different types of bees on different plants or in dirt

Have you heard the buzz? The bees need our help! Fortunately, this episode of CityStream is here to help us learn about local beekeeping clubs, debunk myths about these important pollinators, and figure out how we can support dwindling populations of native bees. 


Traver Gallery, championing artists since 1977 🎨🏺

Man and woman stand behind counter looking at photos

Seattle’s Traver Gallery is truly a family affair. The father-daughter team’s connection with one another and the artists they work with sets them apart and allows them to showcase work in a way they say earns trust with patrons and artists. Learn more in the first episode of Art Zone's new season.


2023 Public Policy Fellows plan for Seattle’s future

Woman with dark hair and blue top smiles from behind wooden podium

"You've inspired us, as public servants.” Mayor Bruce Harrell addresses the 2023 Public Policy Fellows after presentations they developed during their time working with city departments. The fellowship offers graduate students a chance to explore a career in public service and develop policy and programs for the public good. 


A rosy year for pink salmon anglers 🎣

Aerial view of a group of people standing on rocks surrounded by water, fishing

An estimated 3.9 million pinks, or "humpies," as these particular salmon are called, returned to the Puget Sound from the Pacific Ocean this year. Salmon anglers gathered at shoreline spots to catch their allotted two fish each – which they say, under these conditions, is pretty easy to do.