One of Seattle’s More Diverse Neighborhoods Is Bracing for Change
The ninth installment in the Neighborhood Walk series
By Steve Scher | September 25, 2019
Houses of Worship and Small Businessses Help Knit Wedgwood Together in Seattle
The eighth installment in the Neighborhood Walk series
By Steve Scher | April 10, 2019
ID Renovations Clash With Housing Affordability
In the Chinatown–International District, an old form of housing has fallen, taking a piece of history—and affordability—with it
By Steve Scher | December 17, 2018
In West Seattle’s Delridge Neighborhood, History Has an Enduring Hold
The sixth installment in the Neighborhood Walk series
By Steve Scher | October 8, 2018
For Generations, Seattle’s Innovators Have Called Dexter and Westlake Home
Change is the only constant, they say, and it’s happening all over Seattle— no place more so than along a stretch of Dexter and Westlake where yesterday’s innovators settled and today’s dreamers are also finding a home
By Steve Scher | May 15, 2018
Rainier Beach Residents Fight to Preserve a Diverse American Dream
On a walk through Rainier Beach, Steve Scher finds an old Seattle neighborhood that’s trying to hold on in the wake of gentrification.
By Steve Scher | October 18, 2017
These Vibrant East African Cafes, Shops Are the Best Reason to Visit This North Seattle Neighborhood
In Pinehurst, Steve Scher finds a slice of Ethiopia and Eritrea.
By Steve Scher | August 28, 2017
Tumultuous Capitol Hill Neighborhood is a Beacon of Change
Walking through one of Seattle's oldest 'hoods, Steve Scher discovers that while the future looms in every direction, each step takes you through the past.