Bringing 17th Century Salem to a Modern Audience

For many high school and college students across the United States, a mention of “The Crucible”—a theatrical adaptation of the Salem Witch Trial—brings back memories of English classes filled with 1600s-era costumes and a three-hour-long play that never seemed to end. TAYLOR GUY • THE SPECTATOR I had never read Arthur Miller’s 1953 play. All I […]

Autumn Arrives at Pike Place Market

Ah, fall. Chubby pumpkins on doorsteps, the cinnamon-y smell of baking pies and warm apple cider and the leaves turning from bright green to a warm orange—what’s not to love? For students who hail from outside Seattle, autumn in the city can be an exciting experience. Fall is the time to purchase a Pumpkin Spice […]

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