The Shakespeare Industrial Complex

The Shakespeare Industrial Complex and the Miracle of the Virgin Playwright. The conventional Stratford-upon-Avon Shakespeare story requires a cognitive miracle.  So, why are there so many believers?


Shirin Barekatein | Ancient Iran Day

Shirin Barekatein brings her design expertise to Ancient Iran Day on December 1, 2018.


Seattle Premier of REDEFINING PROSPERITY

Tuesday, Nov 27--Seattle premier of REDEFINING PROSPERITY, a film about how the fight to save the beautiful Yuba River united polarized "hippies" and "rednecks" in Nevada City, CA. Panel and Q&A with director John de Graaf and GRIST.org CEO Brady Walkinshaw. Sponsored by Seattle University Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability and GRIST.org. Hosted by And Beauty For All


The Kaling of America

The Kaling of America: PR for Vegetables and you.


A Little Bit of Thanks Goes a Long Way

This Thanksgiving there should only be one regret—that we have not taken the time to give enough of ourselves. Giving of ourselves takes many shapes and forms. Take a look around and ask yourself: What can I do to lift someone’s burden or make their load a little lighter?


A mouth-watering Thanksgiving Feast!

Chef Mary Beth Lawton Johnson has been cooking incredible meals on the land and on the sea for over 25 years. As a professional chef who has made her career as a private personal chef in the luxury field, we are truly grateful to have her tips for making a memorable, mouth-watering Thanksgiving feast!


Hats from the Heart

Step-it-up Camp is honoring the Young Patients of Children’s Hospital with one-of-a-kind Hats. On Saturday, November 24, from 9:30 to 1pm, high school students, who are members of Step-it-Up Camp, will make over 50 hats for children who are patients at Children’s Hospital. 


Ethnic Thanksgiving: Cultural Appropriation?

On its surface it appears to be a simple decision: it can be dull serving the same stuffed Turkey with cranberries and potatoes every Thanksgiving. A modern home cook might be itching to surprise guests with some spices or out-of-the-box meats, sweets and starches. Why not make the turkey in curry paste or serve it with peanut sauce? While it's fun to try new ideas fro other cultures, when does borrowing ideas from ethnic cuisine cross the line and become cultural misappropiation?