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Archive for October, 2011

Initiatives 1125 & 1183 on City Inside/Out with Brian Callanan

This week on City Inside/Out, we explore two controversial initiatives on the November ballot. Costco has spent a record $22 million to push for I-1183, which would privatize liquor sales in Washington. Supporters say it will improve consumer choice and public safety, but opponents argue small businesses will be hurt and alcohol[More]

Seattle Channel Election Coverage Continues!

Seattle Channel is your source for Election Coverage. This week on City Inside/Out, Brian Callanan covers 2 controversial initiatives: I-1183, privatizing liquor sales and I-1125, tightening tolling rules and banning light rail over I-90. On our Elections page, you’ll find comprehensive Video Voter Guides, special features, community forums and discussions that all[More]

Duff McKagan, David Chatt, Jenny Heishman and more on Art Zone with Nancy Guppy

This week, Art Zone covers all the bases, as we profile tactile artist David Chatt, gaze at the exquisite art of Jenny Heishman, update the local comedy scene and sling a few punchlines with Kevin Hyder, and unleash the acoustic thunder with Kris Orlowski & the Passenger String Quartet. Also, Nancy lets[More]

Food Carts, Murals and Music on CityStream with host Cameron Wong

Tune in for CityStream with host Cameron Wong at Easy Street Records in West Seattle. A picture is worth a thousand words, and to artist Glenn Case, who paints album cover murals at record stores around town, they are also worth a thousand musical notes. Then we’ll learn about how to join[More]

Nirvana: Taking Punk to the Masses

Tonight at 8, Jacob McMurray, Senior Curator of EMP and creator of the “NIRVANA: Taking Punk to the Masses" exhibition, offers an insider’s look at the world`s first exhibition focused on the band that transformed Seattle and gave rise to flannel. Then, at 10:30, Jacob McMurray returns to moderate Breaking Nevermind: A[More]

Jeremy Rifkin discusses “The Energy Internet” on Tonight’s American Podium

In this talk at Town Hall, Jeremy Rifkin says internet technology and the reality of renewable energy are creating a revolutionary new type of electrical. Soon, Rifkin argues,  hundreds of millions of humans will generate their own green energy and share it, just as they do now with information. Rifkin, author of[More]

Eric Liu sits down with Restaurateur Tom Douglas on Seattle Voices

Tom Douglas owns ten of Seattle’s most exciting restaurants, including the Dahlia Lounge, Etta’s Seafood, and the Palace Kitchen. With almost 30 years in the business, this James Beard Award winner has helped put Seattle on the culinary map by inspiring a truly northwest cuisine that focuses on regional and seasonal ingredients.[More]

Rachel Flotard, Kathy Hsieh, Zoe Muth and more on Art Zone with Nancy Guppy

It’s another enormous episode of the Zone, featuring a profile of Rachel Flotard, a rundown of the 2011 Gregory Theater Awards from AZ Theater Guru Kathy Hsieh, and a healthy dose of alt-country twang from Zoe Muth and the Lost High Rollers. Also, Nancy gets up close and rather personal with Seattle[More]

School Board Races and the Families and Education Levy on City Inside/Out with Brian Callanan

This week on City Inside/Out, should voters renew the 7-year Families and Education levy this November? If approved, the measure will double the amount collected from homeowners to help close the achievement gap at Seattle public schools. Campaign co-chair Matt Griffin and opponent Paul Guppy from the Washington Policy Center debate about[More]

Skaters, schools and cheap fun on CityStream with Nicole Sanchez

Meet up with host Nicole Sanchez at the new Delridge Skate Park in West Seattle. We’ll learn how City leaders are teaming up with Seattle Public Schools and others to form a community-wide campaign to keep kids in class. Then, we’ll check out how skateboarding empowers young women. Skate Like a Girl[More]