Out of a summer of Black grief, insisting on Black joy
As a full spectrum doula, Davinah Simmons holds space for both life and death. 2020 saw disproportionate levels of Black death, from the novel coronavirus and from ongoing police brutality.
The object that defined your 2020
What one thing will you look at and always remember this year? We asked some KUOW staff, and we'd love to hear from you too.
This year, give thanks for Zoom
Here's an eye-popping statistic: twenty percent of Seattle-area COVID infections have happened in the past two weeks. A virologist answers your questions about how to keep numbers down for the holidays (hint: virtually is best).
Seattle arts with Marcie Sillman: past, present, and future
As with most industries during the pandemic, it's a singular time in Seattle arts history. After 35 years of covering the scene, KUOW's longtime arts and culture reporter Marcie Sillman gives us the 30,000
From the Black Panthers to the No-Cop Co-op, the long history of American mutual aid
When systems fail marginalized groups, mutual aid is a way for them to take collective action and make change.
Swept into DC the same night as Kamala Harris and Donald Trump, Pramila Jayapal looks to the future
The congressperson reflects on the post-Trump future.
“I can take it back”: how a strong Black woman reclaimed her time
How are your time management skills? Because Congresswoman Maxine Waters’ are famously on point.
So long, Bruzek the Bruiser
When it comes to The Record's fearless, outgoing Senior Producer Alison Bruzek: you think you know, but you have no idea. So we told you.
Release the Kraken!
The tentacles waving, the roar of the crowd, a goal – for the Seattle Kraken!
No antibodies? Don’t despair just yet
The million dollar question In These Times: if you’ve had COVID once, can you get it again?