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Archive for December, 2011

An Evening With: 2011 Film Critics Wrap at the Frye

It's the annual celebration of the best and worst in the movie year, as a panel of Seattle's film critics sort through the highs and lows of 2011. High praise, withering invective, and delicious disagreements are guaranteed. Watch episodes of An Evening With at: www.seattlechannel.org/AnEveningWith. Premieres Thurs., Dec. 29 at 9 p.m[More]

Eric Liu sits down with Carlo Scandiuzzi on Seattle Voices

Carlo Scandiuzzi is Executive Director of ACT - A Contemporary Theatre, and has championed the company's innovative initiatives like the ACT Pass, Central Heating Lab and other community building projects. Watch other shows at: www.seattlechannel.org/SeattleVoices. Premieres Tue., Dec. 27, 7 p.m.[More]

Town Square: Democracy as a Garden

The Seattle creators of the True Patriot Network suggest viewing democracy as a garden: functioning best according to the tendencies of nature, but also requiring vision, tending, and an understanding of connected ecosystems. Watch episodes of Town Square at: www.seattlechannel.org/townsquare. Premieres Mon., Dec. 26, 6:30 p.m.[More]

Town Square: What’s the Economy For, Anyway?

Local activists John de Graaf and David Batker tackle 13 economic issues, challenging us to consider the point of our economy and setting forth a simple goal for any economic system: the greatest good for the greatest number over the longest run. Watch the show at www.seattlechannel.org/TownSquare Premieres Monday, Dec. 26, 11[More]

Jim Page: 40 Years in Seattle

This 90-minute, in-concert special captures one of Seattle's most beloved and politically savvy songwriters: Jim Page. The occasion: A sold-out concert celebrating his 40 years playing music in Seattle filmed in the intimate surroundings of the Seattle Public Theatre at the Bathhouse on Green Lake. Many of Page's musical collaborators join in[More]

Town Square: Business Journal Live with Martin Selig

Developer Martin Selig has garnered a reputation as one of Seattle’s most colorful —and controversial— businessmen. Puget Sound Business Journal Publisher Gordon Prouty explores the private and professional worlds of this often larger-than-life figure. Watch episodes of Town Square at: www.seattlechannel.org/townsquare. Premieres Thurs., Dec. 22, 3:30 p.m.[More]

Join Jerry Grinstein and host Eric Liu on Seattle Voices

Jerry Grinstein, co-founder of Madrona Venture Group, was born in Seattle. Jerry has served in leadership roles at Delta Airlines, Western Airlines, and Burlington Northern Santa Fe, where he oversaw the company’s acquisition of Santa Fe Pacific Corp., creating the nation’s largest railroad. Jerry’s crowded résumé also includes his time serving as[More]

Chris Gregoire sits down with host Brian Callanan this week on City Inside/Out

The state is facing a $2 billion deficit, with dire consequences for education, public safety & the disabled. To help reduce the impact, Governor Chris Gregoire is proposing a new temporary half-cent sales tax increase. She joins us in the studio to discuss why she believes voters will support this, even in[More]

This Week on Art Zone with Nancy Guppy…

The final Art Zone of 2011 jumps back with a look at the 50’s furniture stylings of George Nelson, lunges ahead with a preview of six hot holiday shows, and pauses somewhere in-between for the old-timey hipness of band Blvd Park. All this, plus a profile of ballet photographer Angela Sterling, and[More]

Town Square: Cultural Space Seattle

In a time of limited resources, how can we be proactive about a systematic approach to increasing the cultural space resources in Seattle? National and local cultural leaders come together to discuss the creation of affordable space for artists and arts organizations to work, rehearse and perform. Watch episodes of Town Square[More]