Archive for May, 2012
From the stars to the red carpet, learn how the Seattle International Film Festival brings more than just a bit of Hollywood glamour to town. Then, was the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair ahead of its time with technology? We may not have the hover board, but learn how science is taking the stage in June […][More]
Posted: May 31st, 2012 under Economy, Film, Take 21.
Tags: CityStream, Doney Memorial Clinic, Harvard Exit Theater, Next 50, Penny LeGate, pets, Seattle International Film Festival, Seattle World's Fair
Mayor McGinn and police commanders will debrief yesterday’s events from the murders at Café Racer in North Seattle to the car-jacking and murder at 8th and Seneca to the suicide of the suspect in the 3700 block of SW Raymond.[More]
Mayor Mike McGinn, Councilmember Bruce Harrell, Deputy Chief Nick Metz and Assistant Chief James Pugel of the Seattle Police Department held a press briefing on today’s shootings.[More]
Do you have a question for the City Council? What are city leaders doing to address the rise in gun violence? How can residents voice their opinion on the proposed NBA/NHL arena? Whatever your questions, submit them now. The June 5 episode of Seattle Channel’s City Inside/Out: Council Edition will feature Councilmembers Sally Bagshaw, Richard […][More]
Posted: May 30th, 2012 under City Issues, Public Safety, Take 21.
Tags: City Inside/Out: Council Edition, Councilmember Richard Conlin, Councilmember Sally Bagshaw, Councilmember Tom Rasmussen, Gun Violence, sports arena
This week on Art Zone with Nancy Guppy … Sasquatch, Intiman, the mysterious world of No Touching Ground and more!
The hugely popular Sasquatch Music Festival turns 11. Intiman Theatre is back with a hot, new, theater festival, and we visit the mysterious world of artist No Touching Ground. Pacific Northwest Ballet dancer Lucien Postlewaite heads for Monte Carlo. Nobel Prize-winning playwright Harold Pinter takes over ACT and we welcome musical guest Sam Russell & […][More]
Posted: May 25th, 2012 under Art Zine, Dance, Literary, Music, Take 21, Theater.
Tags: ACT Theatre, Art Zone, Harold Pinter, Intiman Theatre, Lucien Postlewaite, Nancy Guppy, No Touching Ground, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Sam Russell & The Harborrats, Sasquatch Music Festival
After nearly two years of upheaval in the Seattle school district, José Banda will arrive on July 1 to take the reins as its new superintendent. Is he the right person for the job? What should be his highest priorities? The Seattle School Board was thrown for a loop when interim superintendent Susan Enfield took […][More]
Mayor Mike McGinn visited our studios last night for the monthly live call-in show Ask the Mayor with host Brian Callanan. Find out what he had to say on a range of city topics including the latest on the proposed sports arena in SODO, transportation safety for pedestrians and cyclists, growth in South Lake Union and much […][More]
Here at Seattle Channel, we’re in a Folklife frame of mind. The Northwest Folklife Festival is Seattle’s unofficial opening to summer and we’re pleased to be a part of it all as the sponsor the Bagley Wright Theater Stage. The festival gets underway tomorrow and runs through Memorial Day, Monday, May 28. To offer our viewers a […][More]
Outraged by the escalating attacks on America’s middle class and working families, and grounded in tough-minded American idealism, Van Jones has launched a new national movement in response: Rebuild the Dream. A human-rights pioneer and author of the part-memoir, part-manifesto book of the same name, Jonespits our centralconflict as cheap patriotism vs. deep patriotism and […][More]
Do you have a question for Mayor Mike McGinn? Now’s your chance to get your voice heard! He’ll be joining SEATTLE CHANNEL host Brian Callanan for the monthly live call-in show Ask the Mayor, 7 p.m., Wednesday, May 23 on Seattle Channel 21. Your question can be about anything! Is the NBA arena proposal a […][More]