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Race, Justice and Democracy forum, March 22

Join us for a discussion about one of the most difficult and important issues facing America: the relationship between a person’s race and his or her experience of justice and democracy in the U.S. today. Seattle Channel and KCTS 9 in partnership with Seattle CityClub and Town Hall will host… [ Keep reading ]

Mayor at Civic Cocktail, March 2

The March Civic Cocktail will feature a conversation with Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and a panel discussion on the city’s homelessness crisis. Join us at 5:30 p.m., Wed., March 2 at the Palace Ballroom, 2100 Fifth Ave, where Murray will sit down with host Joni Balter for a one-on-one discussion on topics… [ Keep reading ]

MOHAI to host free screenings of Massive Monkees documentary, March 3

Seattle Channel’s Emmy-Award winning Community Stories series features local hip-hop crew Massive Monkees, chronicling the break-dancing troupe’s rise from competitions at local community centers to world-championship stages and its commitment along the way to sharing the positive art forms of hip-hop culture. Three, free preview screenings of the 30-minute documentary… [ Keep reading ]

Three Seattle Channel docs profiling Asian Americans featured at local film festivals

Three Asian Americans: a doctor, a war hero and an artist are the subjects of three Seattle Channel documentaries featured this week at local film festivals. The profiles are part of our Emmy-Award winning Community Stories series. First up is “Dr. Ruby” at the Everett Film Festival, 7:20 p.m., Friday,… [ Keep reading ]

Seattle Channel now on Livestream

Seattle Channel is now using Livestream to provide live online streaming of its TV broadcast as well as deliver reliable, real-time live webcasts of mayor’s press conferences, City Council meetings, speeches, town hall discussions, candidate debates and more. In addition to watching Seattle Channel and live webcasts via our website, viewers can… [ Keep reading ]

Taking your questions for Ask the Mayor

Have questions about Seattle’s growing crisis of homelessness? Housing affordability? Transportation? Public safety? Now is your chance to ask Mayor Ed Murray about the issues that matter most to you. We’re gearing up for the next quarterly episode of Ask the Mayor. KUOW host Marcie Sillman will sit down with… [ Keep reading ]

Books and politics at Civic Cocktail, Feb. 3

Civic Cocktail kicks off its 2016 season with Book Lust host Nancy Pearl and women of the Seattle City Council. Join us at 5:30 p.m., Wed., Feb. 3 at the Palace Ballroom, 2100 Fifth Ave., to talk books, the changing role of women in politics and more. Host Joni Balter will talk… [ Keep reading ]

2015: Most watched Seattle Channel productions of the year

An aviator, an artist, mentors, musicians and more. Here’s a look back at 2015 and the shows that you watched the most. 1. Art Zone with Nancy Guppy: Duff McKaganThis special episode of Art Zone features an interview with Duff McKagan. Duff grew up in Seattle, (almost) graduated from Roosevelt… [ Keep reading ]

To Three Councilmembers: An Ode

It’s the end of an era. Outgoing Seattle City Council members Jean Godden, Nick Licata and Tom Rasmussen reflect on their years in office, including successes, regrets and what’s next on the December episode of City Inside/Out: Council Edition. Plus, host Brian Callanan goes into poem mode and offers this ode to the… [ Keep reading ]

Eric Liu signs off for Seattle Voices

By Eric Liu Eleven years ago, I wrote a book called “Guiding Lights” for which I traveled around the country interviewing inspiring leaders in many fields about how they came to be doing what they are doing, what mentors they had, and how they plan to pass on their knowledge…. [ Keep reading ]