In The Media

Our ears are buzzing! If you want to find out why, click here to find links to stories and videos about The Greater Seattle Bureau of Fearless Ideas (formerly known as 826 Seattle) in the news. From local news to the New York Times, people are talking about us. Well, shucks. 

In The Media

826 Seattle Changes Its Name to the Bureau of Fearless Ideas

Nov 10, 2014 / The Stranger

So what will the BFI do differently? For one thing, Hein says, they’re going to open a branch in White Center by 2016. And obviously the name is changing. ... //more

Stock up for space travel at unique Greenwood store

Sep 19, 2014 / Evening Magazine, KING 5

KING 5's Evening Magazine comes to check out the Greenwood Space Travel Supply Company.... //more

Seattle top city for online donations 3rd year in a row

Jun 22, 2014 / USA Today

Seattle is the top city for online-based donations for the third year in a row, according to a new ranking by software firm Blackbaud. Teri Hein said Seattle's "modern and hip and tech-oriented" atmosphere may lend itself to digital-based giving. ... //more

Author Maria Semple getting to be Town Hall regular

Apr 22, 2014 / The Seattle Times

You finally get Maria Semple to take the time to talk, and she doesn’t really want to discuss her best-selling Seattle sendup, “Where’d You Go, Bernadette?” Instead, Semple wants to rave about Dave Eggers’ most recent book, “The Circle.” ... //more

PIE: space

Oct 3, 2013 / KCTS

The Season 2 premiere of PIE explores Northwest connections to outer space—the Space Shuttle Trainer at the Museum of Flight, the Greenwood Space Travel Supply Co. and the spacey sounds of the theremin. The interview with our own Justin Allan begins at 17:30.... //more

First Winners of Library of Congress Literacy Award Announced

Sep 23, 2013 / Library of Congress

Librarian of Congress James H. Billington has chosen the winners of the 2013 Library of Congress Literacy Awards, a new program originated and sponsored by philanthropist David M. Rubenstein.... //more