Coffee for Cops shows Burien police officers they’re valued
Rachel Belle | January 11, 2017 7:20 amA pastor set up a program at a local Starbucks so Burien police get a free cup. It's fueled by local donations to show officers…
Coffee art: Cheap pot inspires Coffee on Canvas
Rachel Belle | January 10, 2017 6:30 amTacoma dad and civil engineer turned a faulty coffee pot into a coffee art project. His paintings are made Seattle's favorite product: coffee.
A video game designed to treat depression, and it works
Rachel Belle | January 5, 2017 5:54 pmA UW research project is receiving initial positive results treating depression with a video game. It's another way to treat the ailment.
Anger Room lets you vent with a baseball bat and heavy metal
Rachel Belle | January 3, 2017 5:43 pmA Dallas business lets you destroy a room, with your weapon and music of choice, to encourage safe venting. Meet the Anger Room.
Tales from the Texan who cooked 218 last meals for death row inmates
Rachel Belle | December 13, 2016 6:10 pmBrian D. Price was an inmate in a Texas prison for 14 years, and for 10 of those he cooked the last meals for inmates…
Taxidermy is trendy again, even with vegans
Rachel Belle | December 6, 2016 6:08 pmThis Seattle oddity shop sells vintage taxidermy, mostly from the 1850s - 1940s. And a lot of customers happen to be vegans who like animals.
Seattle holiday show is taking back the word ‘homo’
Rachel Belle | December 5, 2016 6:09 pm'Homo for the Holidays' is a campy holiday spectacular entertaining Capitol Hill crowds. And creators argue it's important to use this word positively.
Is your Seattle bartender judging your drink order?
Rachel Belle | December 1, 2016 6:09 pmDo you make your Seattle bartender cringe with your order? Bartenders dish on the prime Seattle drink, and drinks people out of college sadly still…
Seattle native Mario Batali and the Obamas’ last state dinner
Rachel Belle | November 30, 2016 6:00 amCelebrity chef Mario Batali grew up in Washington. Last month, he had the honor of cooking at the White House for the last state dinner…
Is tech culture killing Seattle’s music and art scene?
Rachel Belle | November 28, 2016 6:40 pmSeattle is crawling with musicians and artists, but many of the good ones leave for more money. But what happens to the art scene? Is…