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Archive for December, 2010

The Seattle Fandango Project on Community Stories

In its latest episode, SEATTLE CHANNEL’s Emmy-award winning program, Community Stories profiles the Seattle Fandango Project, a group dedicated to building relationships and social activism through participatory music. The Spanish word "convivencia" translates into living/being together. The Seattle Fandango Project aims to create convivencia through music, dance and singing.  Taking its model[More]

Governor Chris Gregoire on City Inside/Out

Governor Chris Gregoire is sounding the alarm about state finances.  On Wednesday, December 15, the governor released her proposal that plugs a $4.6 billion budget hole by cutting education, health care and human services."I hate my budget," Gregoire declared. On Friday, December 17, 7:00 p.m., on SEATTLE CHANNEL, Cable 21, City Inside/Out[More]

This week on Art Zone with Nancy Guppy

Vito's restaurant, located on First Hill, opened its doors in 1953. In April 2010, Jeff Scott and Greg Lundgren purchased this Seattle institution and restored the space to its original glory. In this final 2010 episode, we are "Vito's-based"! Nancy tours this historic spot with owner, Greg Lundgren; Ruby Bishop &[More]

City Councilmembers Are Ready for Your Questions

Do you have questions for Seattle City Councilmembers? How effective was the City’s response to Thanksgiving’s snowstorm? What do the Councilmembers think of the state awarding a $1billion contract to construct a tunnel to replace the Alaskan Way Viaduct?  What is the City’s budget outlook for next year? This episode of City[More]

CityStream’s Winter Preparedness

CityStream presents a primer on preparing for winter weather, Thursday, Dec. 9, 7:00 p.m. SEATTLE – Are you ready for extreme weather? On this week's CityStream, see how the City of Seattle is preparing for winter; and how you and your family can get yourselves ready for storms. Then, Seattle neighborhoods have[More]

Watch It Tonight: The City’s Snow Response

Friday, December 10, 7 p.m., Cable 21, City Inside/Out with C.R. Douglas asks: How effective was the City’s response to Thanksgiving’s snowstorm? Our studio guests are Seattle Department of Transportation’s Peter Hahn, Metro Transit's Kevin Desmond and People for Puget Sound's Kathy Fletcher. Thanksgiving week 2010 was snowy in Seattle, making it[More]

What’s Your Question for Mayor Mike McGinn?

What’s Your Question for Mayor Mike McGinn? Don't miss your chance to talk to Mayor Mike McGinn! Why is the Mayor considering allowing another permanent tent city for the homeless? Why doesn't the Mayor "trust" state government to protect Seattle from cost overruns on the tunnel that would replace the Alaskan Way[More]

WATCH IT NOW: An excerpt from Cherdonna & Lou

WATCH IT NOW: An excerpt from Cherdonna & Lou We’ve got a great mix for you on this week’s show!  The spectacular performance duo, Cherdonna & Lou; four famous theatrical characters share their favorite appetizers; singer/songwriter, Deb McCarroll sings a few tunes; Matthew Richter shows off his new woodworking studio; and[More]

Watch It Friday: The Latest on the Viaduct Tunnel Debate

Friday, December 3, 7 p.m., Cable 21, City Inside/Out with C.R. Douglas examines the latest on the debate over replacing the Alaskan Way Viaduct with a deep-bore tunnel. We hear from tunnel opponents Mayor Mike McGinn and Seattle City Councilmember Mike O’Brien as well as tunnel supporters State Department of Transportation’s Ron[More]

CityStream’s Musical Extravaganza

Seattle Symphony, Pacific MusicWorks, Seattle Academy of Opera and KING-FM are featured on this week’s CityStream, Thursday, Dec. 2, 7:00 p.m. On this edition of CityStream, Maestro Gerard Schwarz is celebrating his twenty-sixth, and final, season with Seattle Symphony. Not only has he transformed the symphony into a world-class orchestra, he's credited[More]