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Everything We Know About Richard Russell, the Man Who Stole and Crashed a Plane

The 29-year-old rambled about "sweet nothings" and doing "barrel rolls" to air traffic control before crashing the plane into an island in Washington.
Drew Schwartz
8.13.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

What Amazon's Fight Against Taxes Says About Its Political Power

Seattle tried, and failed, to tax the mega corporation, run by the richest man in the world.
VICE Staff
6.18.18
Views My Own

Amazon Is Too Big to Tax and It's Terrifying

The mega corporation led by the richest man in the world is flexing its political muscle more than ever. You should be worried.
Matt Taylor
6.13.18
Desus & Mero

Guy at Far-Right Rally Tries, Tries, Tries, Fails to Rip Up Anti-Fascist Sign

The fingerless gloves aren't helping, dude.
Sarah Bellman
5.4.18
Skateboarding

A Ramp Built on a Deserted Island Is Threatening Seattle’s Skate Scene

When Seattle’s 35th North skate shop owner agreed to participate in a contest that encouraged skaters to build DIY spots, he had no idea that it would result in a six-figure lawsuit.
Tobias Coughlin-Bogue
1.9.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

Smoking Weed with Senior Citizens

We talk about the fastest growing demographic of marijuana users in the country on this episode of 'The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast.'
VICE Staff
12.15.17
politics

The Strange Story of Seattle's Suddenly Controversial Lenin Statue

For two decades, the communist leader has loomed over the city's quirkiest neighborhood. Now the mayor wants it gone.
Matt Pentz
8.28.17
Culture

Kurt Cobain Was Also a Brilliant Visual Artist

The Seattle Art Fair's exhibition offered a thrilling glimpse at the late Nirvana frontman's other artistic pursuits.
Beckett Mufson
8.18.17
50 states of art

Seattle’s Underrepresented Artists Get Showcased at Vignettes

Starting with an apartment-turned-gallery space, Sierra Stinson and Serrah Russell have been igniting Seattle’s art community.
Catherine Chapman
4.26.17
50 states of art

POV: Young Artists Fight an Uphill Battle in Seattle | #50StatesofArt

Julia Greenway, the Director of Interstitial in Seattle, WA, on the challenge of being an early-career artist in Seattle.
Julia Greenway
4.26.17
50 states of art

In Seattle, Decolonization Is a Full-Time Gig

Poet and performing artist Natasha Marin on the Seattle arts community, issues of identity, and the role of the internet in her work.
Kara Weisenstein
4.26.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

A DREAMer Is Suing the Government After Being Detained by Immigration Agents

Daniel Ramirez Medina's lawyers argue his arrest is the first under Trump's administration to put an immigrant protected by Obama's DACA policy in custody.
Lauren Messman
2.15.17