Wednesday Jul 23
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce
Johnpaul Jones wins a humanities medal
Seattle architect Johnpaul Jones is one of 10 people to win National Humanities Medals for achievements in history, cultural studies, filmmaking, cultural commentary and historic preservation.
Evergreen to host Active Shooter Response Training Wednesday
From 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, The Evergreen State College will host a Active Shooter Response Training, involving multiple law enforcement and fire agencies from around Thurston County.
Jefferson joins editorial board
Larry Jefferson begins his 12-month term this week as one of two community representatives on the editorial board.
Chicago's wealth divide teaches Seattle's art scene how to bridge the gap
The Director of Seattle's Office of Art and Culture uses what he learned growing up in economically-divided Chicago to help bridge wealth gaps in Seattle.
Lake, estuary debate is as hot as the summer sun
As the summer heats up in South Sound, so does the years-long debate over whether or not to keep Capitol Lake or remove the Fifth Avenue Dam to allow the Deschutes River to flow freely.
Hotseat: Stephanie Coontz
For more than 20 years, social historian Stephanie Coontz has been trying to get everyone to reconsider marriage.
In brief: Multiband music festival at Arbor Crest today - Sat, 05 Jul 2014 PST
The recipients are: Chanoa Marx from Barker High School, who will attend Evergreen State College; Melaney Lamb from Freeman High School, who will attend Carrington College; Megan Jennen from You have viewed 20 free articles or blogs allowed within a 30-day period.
US News & World Report
7 Tips for Sharing Finances in a Long-Term Relationship
More millennial couples are finding themselves in a financial twilight zone, between the fiscal commitment of the first date bill and a ring.