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Archive for February, 2012

Transforming Talk: A Mormon and an Evangelical in Conversation

The Search for Meaning Book Festival presents a spirited dialogue between a Mormon theology professor at Brigham Young University, Bob Millet, and Evangelical pastor and activist Greg Johnson. Premieres Thurs., Feb. 9, 2 p.m.

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Watch It Now: Community Public Safety Meeting in Lakewood & Seward Park

With crime on the rise in the Lakewood & Seward Park neighborhoods, residents gather to hear what’s being done to combat the issue Residents of several south Seattle neighborhoods are concerned about increasing reports of crime in their area. From burglaries to muggings, they are calling for City officials to do more to keep their […]

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Mayor announces $1.6 million investment in Seattle arts organizations

Mayor Mike McGinn today announced more than $1.6 million in investments to Seattle-based arts, heritage and cultural organizations through the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs’ Civic Partners program. The program will provide funding to 137 organizations in 2012. “The strong relationship between art and the strength of our local economy is a part […]

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City Inside/Out with Brian Callanan: Belltown Blues

Belltown has always been a diverse and popular neighborhood in Seattle, but many residents and businesses are now singing the blues. Multiple gun shots on New Year’s Eve, coupled with a recent police report that 50 people are responsible for 2,700 Belltown arrests, have led to increasing public safety concerns. Merchants who pride themselves on […]

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This Week on Art Zone with Nancy Guppy…

Nancy and The Zone bring the goods this week, with a preview of the upcoming Seattle Improv Festival, a not-so-silent look at the man behind the Paramount’s mighty Wurlitzer organ, and a profile of the exceptional Cellist Lori Goldston. Also, The Young Evils blow the doors off of the studio. (Note: the band kindly replaced […]

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Celebrate the Lunar New Year with CityStream!

Learn about the Lunar New Year with host Lowell Deo at the Wing Luke Museum. We’ll also learn about one of their leadership programs that are helping teens understand about their culture with an artistic flair. Then, discover the unusual and playful way computers are helping to cure diseases. Finally, check out how teenage immigrants […]

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Pet of the Week: Lilac

Lilac is kind of shy and rather sensitive so please be patient. She’s truly a sweetheart and a gentle soul. She’s fairly calm and relaxed and just moderately active. She’ll really thrive and blossom in a home with some activity to one that’s zen calm. An adult-only home with plenty of prior dog experience is […]

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