Dear Readers: We have a couple of very special music-based performances coming up this month I’d like to let you know about, a regionally-published book about sultry chanteuse music, and an album from a local musician you shouldn’t miss. It’s a lot of hot stuff, so let’s rip right into it: On[More]
Posted: January 16th, 2014 under Art Zone Blog, Art Zone Blog w/ Chris Estey.
Hello! My name is Chris Estey, and I have been blogging for a while in Seattle, mostly before at the beloved Three Imaginary Girls site and the awesome KEXP Blog. At Nancy Guppy’s (deeply appreciated) invitation, I am hopping into The Art Zone to happily help hype the art or music or[More]
Posted: January 9th, 2014 under Art Zone Blog, Art Zone Blog w/ Chris Estey.
Seattle Channel's Take 21 blog is on hiatus while we evaluate our communication channels and embark on a website redesign. Because nearly all the content on this blog is also available on our website, we decided to simplify, step back and take stock of how we keep you updated on Seattle Channel[More]
Posted: December 20th, 2013 under Take 21.
Host Brian Callanan sat down this afternoon with outgoing Mayor Mike McGinn for an exit interview. McGinn discusses his four years on the job -- accomplishments, regrets and what's next following his November loss. Plus we hear his thoughts on the future of the Seattle Police Department, the tunnel being carved under[More]
Posted: December 20th, 2013 under City Issues, Elections, Police Accountability, Transportation, Viaduct.
Tags: Brian Callanan, Mayor Mike McGinn
When Producer Cameron Wong was growing up, his parents liked to drive around neighborhoods and look for the homes that had the coolest holiday lights. And he has a house to share with you. It stems from the man with a passion for the holidays. In fact, you could call him the[More]
Posted: December 20th, 2013 under Shorts, Take 21.
Tags: CityStream, Holidays
In a holidaze? Our annual CityStream holiday special is sure to dazzle with a behind-the-scenes look at Pacific Northwest Ballet’s beloved Nutcracker; festive lights hung on houses, sparkling WildLights at the zoo and gingerbread creations too! We've got carolers, revelers and dancers galore. Tune in for your one-stop-shop for family fun in[More]
Posted: December 19th, 2013 under Dance, Downtown, Music, Seattle Center, Take 21.
Tags: Pacific Northwest Ballet, The Nutcracker, WildLights, Winterfest, Woodland Park Zoo
The Woodland Park Zoo is a popular spot for kids of all ages year round. But this winter the zoo has been transformed thanks to some wild lights. Producer Vincent Pierce shows us how. [More]
Posted: December 19th, 2013 under Shorts, Take 21.
Tags: CityStream, Holidays
Longtime City Councilmember Richard Conlin reflects on his 16 years on the Seattle City Council and his historic, failed re-election bid to socialist challenger Kshama Sawant. Host Josephine Cheng talks with the four-term councilmember about his accomplishments, challenges and his future in public service. Plus, find out what legislation earned him recognition[More]
Posted: December 18th, 2013 under Elections.
Tags: Council Conversations, Councilmember Richard Conlin
The end of 2013 brings City Councilmembers Tom Rasmussen, Bruce Harrell and outgoing Councilmember Richard Conlin to the Seattle Channel studio. Find out what they have to say about the recently passed 2014 budget, Mayor-elect Ed Murray and new district elections for council seats. Plus, after nearly 16 years in office, Conlin[More]
Posted: December 18th, 2013 under Budget, City Issues, Elections, Take 21.
Tags: City Councilmember Bruce Harrell, City Inside/Out: Council Edition, council districts, Councilmember Richard Conlin, Councilmember Tom Rasmussen
The combined talents of Fidelia Rowe, Mike Notter and Anna-Lisa Notter of Hannalee stop by the Art Zone with Nancy Guppy studio. The harmonic trio perform "Can`t Believe It" from their Morchella (Spring) album. Recorded December 2013 in the Seattle Channel studio. [More]
Posted: December 18th, 2013 under Shorts, Take 21.
Tags: Art Zone, Art Zone with Nancy Guppy, Nancy Guppy