Walker Chapel A.M.E Church, Pastor, Officers and Members are devoted to spreading Jesus Christ’s liberating gospel, advancing social justice, and following the leadership of the Holy Spirit. We are a … Read Full Article
The City of Seattle’s Community Involvement Commission (CIC) recently published their first annual report in which they highlighted commission members’ efforts to stand up the commission and get to work advising City departments and staff.
They shared this … Read Full Article
King County is making extra shelter beds available at the King County Administration Building through Wednesday night for people experiencing homelessness during the winter storm. The Jefferson Day Center at Fourth Avenue and Jefferson Street in downtown … Read Full Article
A state bill to protect kids from lead in school drinking water has been introduced in Olympia by Rep. Gerry Pollet. HB 1860 would require schools to notify parents when tests detect lead levels at 1 part per billion (ppb), and to fix water outlets where lead … Read Full Article
Walker Chapel A.M.E Church, Pastor, Officers and Members are devoted to spreading Jesus Christ’s liberating gospel, advancing social justice, and following the leadership of the Holy Spirit. We are a loving and welcoming church. Our Pastor, The Rev. Dr. Anna … Read Full Article
Nonprofit people are busy and don’t have time to spare. That’s why Washington Nonprofits supports those who teach nonprofit people to make every learning event excellent and action-focused.
PLAN A WORKSHOP or WEBINAR
We have created a few resources to … Read Full Article
Edgar Martinez for being elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame:
We salute Edgar Martinez on his election to the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Having watched his entire career in Seattle, I thank Hall of Fame voters for this much-deserved … Read Full Article
For many kids, organized sports aren’t much fun anymore.
Overbearing parents, over-the-top coaches and overzealous competition are frequent images associated with youth-athletic leagues today. Though playing ball often used to embody the enjoyment of being … Read Full Article
A Washington state lawmaker is proposing legislation that would allow the state's college athletes to get paid. Republican state Rep. Drew Stokesbary has pre-filed a bill that essentially would allow collegiate athletes to earn an income or be financially … Read Full Article
After the heart-pounding lost to the Cowboys and bringing Our season to an end last weekend, the Seahawks shift there focus to the future. The Seahawks signed nine players to future contracts, all of whom finished the year on Seattle’s practice … Read Full Article
It will be the 22nd of January and its 2-For-Tuesday, coincidence? We think not!
Tuesdays mean a couple different things, first off Monday is finally over and Friday is that much closer, but it also means hockey tickets are half priced (BOGO- buy one get … Read Full Article
What happens on the waterfront after the Viaduct is gone? Friends of Waterfront Seattle invites you to imagine the future park with a special pop-up umbrella performance by Kinesis Project dance theatre at Pier 58 while the public will be strolling on the … Read Full Article
Civil Rights Exhibition, Events Examines Race in the U.S.
January 30-March 16 at CWU Museum of Culture & Environment
In 1955, shortly after 14-year-old Emmett Till was murdered by white supremacists
in Mississippi, his grieving mother, Mamie … Read Full Article
Centerstage Theatre Arts Conservatory is re-launching it’s education program with the class “MAKERS! Making change through making plays.” The class, for for youths ages 8-14, will be taught and lead by local Federal Way teacher Ryan Campeau. Ryan has teamed … Read Full Article
The tickets cost a lot less, and audiences come for the same reason – the music of Hamilton. Thursday, February 7, marks Tacoma’s opportunity to witness this phenomenon, when “Rise Up, a Hamilton Tribute Band!” performs at 730pm at the University of Puget … Read Full Article
Zadie Smith is one of the world’s preeminent fiction and non-fiction writers. Her novels include White Teeth, The Autograph Man, On Beauty, and Swing Time, among others; and her many non-fiction works on a range of subjects from pop culture to politics are … Read Full Article
Frank Fields, Jr. of Seattle and Oklahoma City passed away peacefully in his sleep on January 28, 2019, at age 88, in his home in Renton, Washington. Known for his friendly, open manner and giant smile, Frank was born in Osceola, Arkansas on February 4, 1930 as the only child to the union of Ophelia […]
Please join us for a memorial birthday celebration at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, located at 100 Blaine Avenue NE Renton, WA 98056 on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at 12pm. We will meet at the Claim Jumper Restaurant, located 5901 S. 180th St, Tukwila, WA 98188 from 1:30pm – 4pm. Che’ Andre Taylor, affectionately known as “Che’ […]
Celebrating The Life Of Dr. Edna Travis Dr. Travis co-founded New Covenant Pentecostal Tabernacle in Tacoma, Washington, more than 40 years ago, and she has also initiated numerous outreach ministries. New Covenant’s “Feeding Program” has been serving a hot evening meal every day since March 1985. In addition, Dr. Travis maintains monthly ministries at […]
Sunrise Sunset April 17, 1949, December 15, 2018 Cleotha Louise Nairn Myers was born on April 17, 1949, in Nassau, Bahamas to the union of Arthur and Elsie Nairn Sr. She was the eldest of seven children; a natural born leader who knew what she wanted and wasn’t afraid to go get it. As the […]
We celebrate the life of Harice Virginia Phair (Ginger), born on March 5, 1929 in Vienna, Louisiana to George and Willie Ann McNeal. Ginger accepted Jesus as her savior and walked with the Lord for many years. She loved the Lord. The Lord called her home on December 13, 2018. Ginger was raised in Hilly, […]