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It's the End of the World and I'm Forest Bathing

Leave it all behind and walk into Beacon Hill's forest and everything in your body will change.

"Unpredictable, Faggy, Experimental, Hilarious": What Mary Anne Carter and Adj McColl Are Going for with Their New Art Gallery

Party Hat is here to bring humor to a world largely devoid of it.

Trump's America Is 10 Miles South of Downtown Seattle

How Burien became a microcosm of national politics.

Meet John Smelcer, Native American Literature’s “Living Con Job”

Is the novelist nominated for a 2017 PEN Literary Award really who he says he is?

In the Gig Economy, Coworking Spaces Are Everywhere—What Is It Like to Work in One?

I visited five of the biggest ones in Seattle.

Astrologers Agree: The Eclipse Is Bad News for Trump

Astronomers Agree: Astrology Is Bullshit

The Astrological Signs of Horrible People

Oh! You're a Pisces! Just like Mitch McConnell.

A Distant Relative Died in 1940 and No One Ever Picked Up Her Remains—So I Did

Thousands of unclaimed cremains are just sitting there at Oregon State Hospital. Are you related to any of them?

The Theater Artists Who Got Locked Out of Their Own Show

How a Play About Development Was Effectively Shut Down by a Developer, Though Not for the Reasons You'd Think

Are the Socialists Here to Ruin Everything?

The Democratic Socialists of America have had record growth since Trump. Are they saviors or spoilers for the left? We went to Chicago to find out.

Five Things Not to Miss at the 2017 Seattle Art Fair

From Cobain to Kusama, the Third Annual Fair Promises Rare Opportunities and Intimate Discoveries

The Real-Life Mermaids of the Pacific Northwest

An Immersion into a Subculture That's Really into Immersion

Bezos Won't Quit Breitbart

As Local Politicians and Amazon Employees Demand He Drop Ads from the Alt-Right Site, Seattle's Largest Private Employer Remains Silent

Mariane Ibrahim Gallery Is Single-Handedly Elevating Seattle's Art Scene

Mariane Ibrahim does something no other galleries in Seattle do—and it's being talked about around the world.

Hello, Maggot: Questions for My Father About the Vietnam War

Dad Opens Up About His Life as a Helicopter Medic

My Father, the Charming Womanizer

What Is "Free Speech," Anyway?

What Do Ann Coulter and the ACLU Have in Common?

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Hope You Enjoyed the Internet While It Lasted, Dears!

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You Realize It's Only a Matter of Time Until Vin Diesel Punches the Easter Bunny, Right?

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Together at last: Kendall Jenner and the clown from It.

Meet the Bellevue Libertarians Who Are Fighting Seattle's Progressive Housing Laws

The Pacific Legal Foundation Hates Big Government, Loves Landlords, and Wants to See Your City in Court

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We Love You Like Val Kilmer Loves Cate Blanchett

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Of rich white assholes and “30 solid years of just partying too fucking hard.”

It's 2017 and American Nazis Are Still Cowards

One Theme Underlies the Upsurge in 21st-Century America Nazi Behavior: Cowardice

A Comic About Granny the Orca

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Spicey tries to escape, the planet dies, and we’re actually nice to Ben Affleck. (We know. We’re as shocked as you are.)

Person of Interest: Troy Osaki

Meet the Young Writer Celebrating Asian American Heritage Through Poetry

How Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson Fought Trump and Won America's Heart

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Chance the Rapper Is Our Real President

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On Beatty, Beauty, and the Beast

That One Time I Tried to Microdose on LSD, But Accidentally Took Too Much…

Some say taking small amounts of LSD or psychedelic mushrooms can decrease depression, anxiety, and chronic pain. I decided to give it a try, with one mis-measured dose along the way.

Shticker Shock with Ellen Forney

A Text Conversation with the Cartoonist Behind Our Cover 

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