Leah Abraham

Reporter / Writer / Storyteller

Leah is a storyteller + writer + journalist + creative + empathizing romantic + pessimistic realist + ISFP + Enneagram type 2 + much more. She lives in the Seattle area where she works a community newspaper reporter.

Bonus facts: She loves the great indoors, hates to floss, and is obsessed with Korean food and her dorky, immigrant family.

United States of America


Renton Reporter

Teenage dancer pirouettes behind parents's footsteps | Renton Reporter

Danil Zinovyev, 13, following in the footsteps of his ballet dancing parents, stars in Emerald Ballet Theater's "The Nutcracker" as the Nutcracker and Snow Prince. (Leah Abraham...

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Lessons from city council meetings | Renton Reporter

OUR CORNER On Mondays, you'll likely find me sitting in the back row of the Renton City Council chambers, listening to the a city council discuss local politics. I listen to...

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City issues stop work order on Tiffany Park development | Renton Reporter

The highly contentious Tiffany Park neighborhood development Allura (also known as the Reserve) hit a major roadblock last week. The city issued a stop work order to the...

SheLoves Magazine

Teach Me How to Age Well - SheLoves Magazine

To the women in my life, Please don't be afraid of aging. I know you're weary of stretch marks and wrinkled skin and saggy boobs. I know you strategically drape your sarees to...

Renton Reporter

Sharing Renton's rock n roll legacy - Renton Reporter

Bonnie Fitzgerald collects old, broken guitars, repairs them and gives them to kids at no cost. "One moment," cries the animated woman, adorned in a Seahawks jersey, matching...

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Renton boy wins chance to report on Super Bowl from sidelines - Renton Reporter

Ryan Ottele, a Broncos fan and trading-card collector, won a contest to go to the Super Bowl and get the chance to interview athletes. Nine-year-old Riley Ottele thought it was...

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For Renton's first IB class, all the hard work has finally paid off - Renton Reporter

From left: Tsedenya Kebede, Lelani Mitchell, Susana Fitz, Malcolm Collie (program coordinator), Suaad Hersi, Abigail Rojas and Mirriam Gathu. These seniors are few of Renton...

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All eyes on Renton-based potato messaging business - Renton Reporter

Jim Owens, co-0wner of MysteryPotato.com, says that 'some of the messages are really touching.' Two weeks ago, Jeff Kelly and Jim Owens had to buy 300 potatoes. Then another 200...


2 Local Exhibits Celebrate African-American Fashion and Beauty

Bellevue Arts Museum and Northwest African American Museum feature must-see shows. See both with one ticket Two new exhibits in town celebrate the depth and beauty of...

Renton Reporter

Believe the HYPE: Program teaches girls empowrement and confidence - Renton Reporter

H.Y.P.E., or Helping Youth Possess Empowerment, is a program at Campbell Hill Elementary School that Alycia Mitchell founded to help third-grade girls gain confidence and...

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Lindbergh's robotics team ready to roll - Renton Reporter

Jamie Costales leads members of the Lindbergh FIRST robotics team in a discussion as they prepare for this year's competition. It may be a Friday night, but the robotics team is...

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Senior center prepares for generational switch - Renton Reporter

On Jan. 1, 2011, the oldest members of the baby boom generation - people born between 1946 and 1964 - celebrated their 65th birthday. This year, those members will celebrate...