Can DREAMers help SPD's shrinking police force?

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In possible boost for SPD, new law opens doors for DREAMers to serve as officers

A City Inside/Out panel on DACA

Seattle's police staffing has hit a 30-year low, but a new state law offers SPD hope. State lawmakers recently opened the doors for DACA recipients, also known as DREAMers, to join law enforcement agencies. City Inside/Out examines how the legislation impacts public safety, gun laws and the immigration debate that’s heating up this presidential election year.


Shayna Egan's passion shines in jewelry creation & restoration

Shanya Egan works on jewelry

Meet Shayna Egan, a masterful bench jeweler with a passion for refurbishing heirloom pieces and crafting unique precious metal objects. From delicate jewelry to grand sculptures, her artistry knows no bounds!


🎨🎬🎶 Mark your calendars with these upcoming arts, culture & music events

Stephanie Anne Johnson

From art so soft you'll want to touch to the silky, soulful singing by a rising musician performing at an iconic Seattle jazz house, let Art Zone's monthly calendar of events fill your heart with arts, music, and culture.


Councilmembers Saka & Woo address rise in gun violence on Council Edition

Brian Callanan with councilmembers Tanya Woo and Rob Saka

Seattle's Central District faces increased gun violence, compounded by the lowest number of police officers since the 1990s. Join Councilmembers Rob Saka and Tanya Woo as they discuss Seattle Police recruitment, 9-1-1 alternatives, and public safety strategies on Council Edition.


Fountainhead Gallery, Queen Anne's radiant art haven since 1996

Fountainhead Gallery in Queen Anne

Hey art lovers! Have you been to the hidden gem Fountainhead Gallery nestled atop Queen Anne Hill? Founded in 1996, the art space is not just any gallery – it's a light-filled haven showcasing monthly exhibits that'll dazzle your senses! And that's not all!


Seattle Municipal Archives unearths Cold War-era worker loyalty oaths

Loyalty oaths during Cold War era Seattle

Our friends at the Seattle Municipal Archives dug up loyalty oaths signed by City workers during the 1950s that shed light on a tumultuous time in U.S. history. More than just signatures, these documents reveal resistance and protest, highlighting the struggle for civil liberties during the Cold War era.⁠