Seattle experienced a midlife crisis 30 years ago, says Knute Berger. Are we having another one today?

Times are difficult in our fair city, says Knute Berger. Will balance and livability ever return?

While the Nordic countries have long influenced Seattle, as the impact of the original immigrants wanes, a new generation is embracing the culture

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When the NHL comes to Seattle (and when the Sonics return), could the Monorail be used to manage the inevitable traffic snarl?

Times were grim in Seattle and the country 50 years ago. But there was reason for hope then, just as there is now.

For the city’s thousands of new residents, Knute Berger offers a few tips on how to better enjoy life here.

There are signs that Northwest noir is being revived, but without the edge.

A little effort (on both sides) would go a long way.

Gray Matters: History, says Knute Berger, shows us that activism can make a positive difference in local projects.

Despite a new administration in the “other” Washington that is pursuing trade and immigration policies antithetical to ones that have helped make this free-trade, diverse and immigrant-friendly city a success, Seattle remains optimistic about the future