In the search for better representation in world histories, historians are discovering the power of comics. Trevor R. Getz writes.
Why is Hebraic oral history viewed as more trustworthy than Native American oral history? Stephen Nash considers.
Whither Seattle’s erstwhile progressive credibility? Jeff Stevens opines.
Megan Wildhood takes Howard Zinn on the bus for her latest literary review.
Jeff Stevens reviews the brand-new and long-overdue book about the controversial 1970 Seattle Seven conspiracy trial.
Seattle in the late 1970s was a place and time of great countercultural promise when Rosco Louie brought the shock. Jeff Stevens histories your macramé stridently.
It was 50 years ago today — no joke: Seattle’s first “happy happening for hippies.” Jeff Stevens histories you gladly with paisley chiaroscuro video.
Seattle’s long history of labor strife has occasionally turned tragic. Jeff Stevens tells the story of the 1981 assassination of Silme Domingo and Gene Viernes here at the Star.
On this date in 1969, one of Seattle’s most successful citizen activist campaigns gathered crucial force in the Washington Park Arboretum. Jeff Stevens remembers avidly.