Two Local Arts Institutions Celebrate Milestones

In a world where the arts have to adapt to survive, longevity is no small feat.

04/09/2020 By Misha Berson


Seattle Wants Another Shot at the NBA

Sonics fans hope that the NHL’s arrival at KeyArena means a future for the NBA. But are their dreams on ice?

04/09/2020 By Hillel Kutler


Everything Is Illuminated Comes to the Seattle Stage

Book-It Repertory Theatre takes on Jonathan Safran Foer’s defining novel.

08/11/2019 By Seth Sommerfeld

Best Jewish Neighborhoods

Seward Park & Columbia City

A shtetl in the verdant and diverse South End

11/26/2018 By Emily K. Alhadeff

Best Jewish Neighborhoods

Capitol Hill

The historic and geographic center of the Jewish community is still, in many ways, the place to be.

11/26/2018 By Lara Hale


Ladino Day Turns to Storytelling — and to the Future

The sixth annual event at the UW headlines with French Sephardic activist Francois Azar.

11/26/2018 By Hannah Pressman


How a Lost Tuscan Jewish Community Lives on Through Its Cuisine

Edda Servi Machlin's cookbook has somewhat of a cult following in Seattle.

10/31/2018 By David Laskin


Karen Treiger's Family History Finds Holy Moments

The local author devoted years to researching and writing her in-laws' Holocaust survival story.

10/23/2018 By Rachel Román


A Glimmer of Hope for the Middle East

'Oslo' brings the political theater to the stage.

08/28/2018 By Seth Sommerfeld

Jewish Connections

Olympia Impact

Federation, partners racked up wins for Jewish community in 2018 legislative session.

07/30/2018 By Jim DiPeso

The Artist

Breaking the Chain of Abuse

Overcoming an abusive marriage – and empowering other victims – through the art of film.

06/25/2018 By Sharon *

Jewish Journey

What's in a Name?

A lot, actually, when you want to embrace your Jewish identity.

03/21/2018 By Gregory Gutterman Scruggs


Tiffany Shlain Uses Film to Start Global Movements for Change

This year's REEL Difference awardee is a Sundance darling who educates about good character — and taking a break from tech.

02/14/2018 By Emily K. Alhadeff


Politics and Connectivity are Burning Us Out

Here's how to break the cycle.

12/05/2017 By Haley Shapley

Test Your JQ

Judaism is the Antidote to the Teenage Wasteland

From "13 Reasons Why" to "613 Reasons Why."

08/10/2017 By Rivy Poupko Kletenik

Geeking Out

Nate Martin Broke Out By Locking People in Rooms

The "founding father of escape rooms" took a risk — and mastered his own destiny.

08/10/2017 By Katheryn Grice

Geeking Out

Nathan Peterson Finds Success in Surprising Places

Tagboard's SVP on winning at life — and love.

06/06/2017 By Erez Benari

Jewish Connections

In Good Hands

The Community Funeral Fund cares for Jewish community members in need.

12/01/2016 By Jim DiPeso

Best of Jewish Neighborhoods

Ravenna/Wedgwood: The Small Town

How could we not note this swath of northeast Seattle for its vibrant Jewish community, dating back to the 1950s?

12/01/2016 By Naomi Tomky

Best of Jewish Neighborhoods

Ballard: The Startup

Though historically considered a Scandinavian neighborhood, as more and more Jewish families move in, Ballard has become an under-the-radar hub of Jewish life in Seattle.

12/01/2016 By Naomi Tomky