Spurred to action, local Jews are leaders in social change.
Emily K. Alhadeff
What's the shortest book in the world? "Great Jews in Sports", so the joke goes. But you can thank Seattle's Jewish sports enthusiasts in part for the existence of the Seahawks, Mariners, Sounders, and, well, the Sonics (ouch).
Seattle’s thriving food scene owes much to its Jewish predecessors, from Pike Place Market stalls to present-day food trucks.