From Tulalip News (by Micheal Rios) – With swədaʔx̌ali (Lushootseed for ‘Place of Mountain Huckleberries’), the Tulalip Tribes are reclaiming a traditional area to give their members access to huckleberry gathering.

Street view of a large brown brick building with a sign in front that says "Inscape"
Kirsten Mohan Photography

From South Seattle Emerald (by Amanda Ong) – While local artists have reclaimed the CID’s former detainment and deportation facility, the building’s potential sale means the space’s future is uncertain.

A painting on blue background; a collage of fish and men fishing with various techniques.
The Keoni Collection

From International Examiner (by Clarissa Gines) – A new exhibit chronicles the work of John Liggett “Keoni” Meigs, designer of many an Aloha Shirt. The exhibit runs through September 11th at the Washington State History Museum in Tacoma!

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