Sonic Youth

It's Not a Teenage Wasteland

How local teens are dealing with the world they are inheriting — and how they’re going to change it.

06/12/2019 By Claire Butwinick, Makena Mezistrano, and Emily K. Alhadeff Photography by Carlton Canary

Sonic Youth

It's Not Another Teenage Wasteland

How local teens are dealing with the world they are inheriting — and how they’re going to change it.

06/12/2019 By Makena Mezistrano, Claire Butwinick, and Emily K. Alhadeff

Sonic Youth

Nate Kantor

06/12/2019 By Makena Mezistrano

Pro Tips

How to Get the Best Shot

Rebecca Kaplan, third-generation co-owner of Glazer’s Camera, offers advice from the trade.

04/16/2019 By Claire Butwinick

Jewish Connections

What's Happening at the Federation: Local Programs Make a Big Splash

Life and Legacy, PJ Library, and a prestigious fellowship

04/15/2019 By Jim DiPeso

Feature

Family Business Owners Look to the Future — Without Forgetting the Past

How Jewish families have impacted Greater Seattle's business community

04/15/2019 By Naomi Tomky, Claire Butwinick, Emily K. Alhadeff, and Bryan Cohen

Feature

Family Business Owners Look to the Future — Without Forgetting the Past

Jewish families have impacted Greater Seattle's business scene.

04/15/2019 By Emily K. Alhadeff, Claire Butwinick, Bryan Cohen, and Naomi Tomky

Past/Present/Future

Pike Place Market Is Where It All Began

Much of Seattle’s Sephardic community got its bearings at the market.

04/15/2019 By Naomi Tomky

Past/Present/Future

Three Women Take Their Family Businesses into the Future

Like Grandfather, Like Granddaughter

04/15/2019 By Emily K. Alhadeff

Pro Tips

How to Protect Your Jewelry

Lisa Bridge Berenstein, fifth-generation jeweler, gemologist, and president and CEO of Ben Bridge Jeweler, offers advice.

04/15/2019 By Claire Butwinick

Past/Present/Future

The Reinvention of Cone & Steiner

Dani Cone believes the corner store never goes out of style.

04/15/2019 By Claire Butwinick

Past/Present/Future

A Shoe Repair Shop Managed to Survive for Over a Century. Does It Have One Foot in the Grave?

Shoe repair is an endangered line of work, but one local business got a new lease on life from an unlikely source.

04/15/2019 By Bryan Cohen

Past/Present/Future

Schwartz Brothers Pays It Forward

The restaurant/bakery success story is built on Jewish community ties.

04/15/2019 By Emily K. Alhadeff

MOT IRL

The Most Important Thing Is to Make Time for Yourself and Your Kids

Q & A with Jason Mesnick, the season 13 Bachelor who broke off his engagement to marry the runner-up, Molly.

04/15/2019 By Emily Boynton

Jewish Connections

PJ Library Marks 10 Years of Bringing Jewish-Themed Books to Local Kids

The Federation helps Jewish journeys start young with the popular PJ Library books.

04/15/2019 By Jim DiPeso

Jewish Connections

Federation Development Director Accepted as a Wexner Field Fellow

Karen Parry joins the prestigious national program for Jewish communal professionals.

04/15/2019 By Jim DiPeso

Jewish Connections

The Federation's Endowment Fund Ensures a Jewish Future

Life and Legacy is the gift that keeps on giving.

04/15/2019 By Jim DiPeso

Jewish Connections

What's Happening at the Federation: Local Programs Make a Big Splash

Life and Legacy, PJ Library, and a prestigious fellowship

04/15/2019 By Jim DiPeso

Mishpacha

Preschools Make Hebrew a Priority

Two Seattle-area preschools embrace a bilingual curriculum.

04/15/2019 By Makena Mezistrano