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Earth Day in the urban jungle

Here in Washington, we live amongst active volcanoes, fortress-like mountain ranges, rainforests, prairies, a glacially-carved fjord estuary, dramatic coasts, and big sky deserts. If we’ve learned anything from our countless nature stories, it’s that we–the people, plants, animals, and fungi of the Pacific Northwest–are all connected. We gathered a few… [ Keep reading ]

Rosalie Fish runs for justice

Alice Looney, Renee Davis, Jacqueline Salyers, and Misty Upham were all found dead. In some cases, they went missing first. Law enforcement killed them in others. Each of them, along with the countless other missing and murdered Indigenous women across the U.S., are the reason Rosalie Fish runs with a red… [ Keep reading ]

Year in Review: The defining faces, places & stories we’ll remember from 2021

It’s been another history-making, record-breaking, earth-shaking year here in the Emerald City. It feels like just yesterday we shared our 2020 time capsule blog with you all, and we can’t quite believe it’s time to do it all again! We’ve gathered our most important – and most loved stories –… [ Keep reading ]

Nancy Pearl, global rockstar of the library world, recognized for lifetime achievements

Host of “Book Lust With Nancy Pearl” receives the 2021 Literarian Award for Outstanding Service to the American Literary Community We have some fantastic news for book lovers, Seattleites, and connoisseurs of all things heartwarming and happy in this world! Our favorite librarian, author, and host of “Book Lust with… [ Keep reading ]

Be kind & unwind with local gem Scarecrow Video for International Independent Video Store Day

Celebrate International Independent Video Store Day in the spookiest autumn way! Beloved Seattle institution and nonprofit Scarecrow Video is getting into the spirit this Saturday, Oct. 16 with giveaways, sales, and a live stream of festivities. For our part, we thought we’d highlight the essential cultural preservation work Scarecrow does,… [ Keep reading ]

SIFF 2021 takes to the small screen

Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF) 47 brings you 93 features, 126 short films, and one brand new streaming service to house all of them. After the heartbreak of canceling SIFF 2020 when lockdown hit, festival programmer Beth Barrett says moving films to the small screen was an obvious decision. Less… [ Keep reading ]

Women’s History Month: Washington women lead the way

The Seattle region has no shortage of mold-breaking, earth-shaking, history-making women. Our city is better for their strength and innovation, and so are we. This Women’s History Month, we’re helping pass the baton from historical and present-day leaders to the women who will shape the future. Rev. Phyllis R. Beaumonte… [ Keep reading ]

Black History Month 2021: The indelible legacy of Black Seattleites

History isn’t behind us. We live in the world it created every day. That’s why it’s so important to us to bring you the stories, old and new, that make us who we are. This February we’re remembering and honoring the legacy of Black Seattleites who played key roles in… [ Keep reading ]

The 12 Clips of Christmas

Looking for holiday cheer and merriment? Don’t miss these holiday features from the Seattle Channel archives!

20 videos that define 2020: Looking back on our biggest moments of the year

From pandemic to protest to a historic election, 2020 was a year to remember. Here’s a look back at stories that defined Seattle.