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Still looking for a COVID vaccine? There are over 10,000 appointments available at the four city-affiliated vaccination sites through next Monday. Anyone who is over the age of 16 and either lives or works in King County can sign up for a spot. (City of Seattle)
Fighting for food sovereignty by growing Native foods. Sovereignty Farm is a farm-to-table project from the Chief Seattle Club, which aims to grow native plants that can be served in a future cafe. The loss of access to traditional foods has hindered Native communities' ability to carry on traditions — which is why growing Native foods is so important. (Crosscut)
- Related: This article is part of a series from Crosscut called “On Native Ground” exploring the fight to reclaim ancestral lands by Native communities. Read the other articles here and follow Indigenous Affairs reporter Manola Secaira.
It’s beginning to look a lot like...springtime. Puget Sound’s marine life is thriving, there are more humpbacks and gray whales, harbor porpoises and seals, not to mention more sea lions in the waters than a generation ago. This didn’t happen on its own though; it took decades, government policy, and a concerted effort to protect the Sound’s mammals. (The Seattle Times)
ICYMI this dive bar is suing the Seattle Kraken for its name. The Kraken Bar & Lounge, business in the U District, announced last Friday that they’re suing the NHL franchise for $3.5 million. As The Stranger points out, what’s more punk rock than that? (The Stranger)
Boon Boona’s new Seattle location is now open. The popular Renton coffee store opened its new Capitol Hill cafe near Seattle University on Monday. Currently, it’s only open for to-go orders, but the shop’s founder Efrem Fesaha hopes to do some pop-ups this summer and eventually offer booze. (Eater Seattle)
A Bruce Lee movie that Seattle never got. The new film “The Paper Tigers” pays homage to the martial arts legend with both its plot and filming location. It was filmed right here in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District and the plot includes the ghost of Bruce Lee. The action-comedy is set to get a wide release in May. (Seattle Met)