by Robin Boland
Drag self out of warm bed on a rainy Saturday morning at the behest of the Emerald editor.
Attend a Town Hall meeting held by the representatives of the 37th District.
Avoid donuts being offered.
Continue reading South End Community Make Their Voices Heard at 37th District Town Hall
by Ashley Mouldon
Photo Credit: Ashley Mouldon
Every year, the month of March is flooded with everything green: green foods, green clothing, green rivers and even green beers.
Continue reading Community Cooking: The Lunch of The Irish
Originally published in the Seattle Times
A Cleveland High School student was killed in a drive-by shooting Sunday afternoon on North Beacon Hill.
Continue reading Cleveland High Student Killed in Drive-by Shooting
by Jennifer Cox
In around six months, I will turn 40. Getting older has never bothered me because, consider the alternative. I have, however, felt as though maybe I haven’t accomplished as much as should have before entering my fourth decade. I haven’t been married, I don’t have any human children, and I don’t own a house.
Continue reading How to Turn 40
by Larry Crist
Defeat lives in his eyes
he himself drew
mad, north by north-west
neither hawk nor handsaw
Continue reading Sunday Stew: Clover
By Amanda Nguyen
March 7 was day of hope, struggle and heartbreak for the Lady Eagles. The team had defied all odds, once again stepping foot in Tacoma Dome for a state championship title game. Prepared to make history, the defending champions shot for an illustrious three-peat.
Continue reading March Sadness: Cleveland High Lady Eagles’ Dream of a Three-peat Falls Just Short
by Shane McMahon
The season for the Rainier Beach High School boys basketball team ended with a 66-51 loss to Garfield High School in the 3A championship game on March 7th, crushing dreams of a four-peat in the state tournament. Continue reading Championship Game Loss Can’t Dampen Season for Rainier Beach Boys’ Basketball