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Max Holmberg (drums, percussion) and Josh Hou (accordion, keyboards) talk about the Seattle jazz scene: music they’re listening to and stuff to check out in Seattle. Tune in to find out who’s playing in town, who’s releasing new music, and all about the latest jazz that Seattle (and its periphery) has to offer!
 
Seattle is a dynamic and diverse city with fascinating people, unique organizations, innovative businesses, and one of the most beautiful settings of any metropolitan area in the United States. To find out what fuels Seattle's limitless vibrancy and to keep abreast of how the city is growing and changing in the 21st century, Seattle Channel presents the CityStream video podcast.
 
The Arts & Culture series enriches our community with imagination and creativity. Whether reinventing the classics for a new audience or presenting an innovative new art form, these events are aimed at expanding horizons. From poetry to music to storytelling, this series leaves our audiences inspired, encouraged, and seeing the world with new eyes.
 
The Science series presents cutting-edge research about biology, physics, chemistry, ecology, geology, astronomy, and more. These events appeal to many different levels of expertise, from grade school students to career scientists. With a range of relevant applications, including medicine, the environment, and technology, this series expands our thinking and our possibilities.
 
The Seattle Public Library celebrates the written word through literary and humanities programs, including readings and talks by local, national and international authors, Seattle Reads, and the annual Washington State Book Awards, American history lecture, and Living History or Living Literature series.
 
Beat reporter Corbin Smith and NFL Draft guru Rob Rang provide comprehensive analysis and commentary on the Seattle Seahawks with the daily Locked On Seahawks podcast. A former player, high school coach, and standup comedian, Smith shares his wealth of football knowledge and insight on the pulse of the team with a splash of humor, while Rang has thrived as an NFL draft analyst for nearly two decades and has had his work featured on FOX, CBS, and many other outlets. Covering the NFL calendar ...
 
A weekly show discussing ALL things 2021 Seattle Mariners baseball. Our show was launched back in 2010 originally but have been on sabbatical since May 4, 2012. Looking to bring our passionate fan takes on all things up and down the lineup, the good the bad, and the ugly.... which unfortunately is what we have had to mire through for 20 years. :( lol Our show is hosted by Aaron Aviles alongside co-hosts Jeremy Schlosser and Marty Hawkins. All life-long avid Seattle area sports fans. More bee ...
 
The Civics series at Town Hall shines a light on the shifting issues, movements, and policies, that affect our society, both locally and globally. These events pose questions and ideas, big and small, that have the power to inform and impact our lives. Whether it be constitutional research from a scholar, a new take on history, or the birth of a movement, it's all about educating and empowering.
 
Seattle's own 'action figure librarian' and best-selling author Nancy Pearl sits down each month with top writers from around the country for conversations about books and the process and art of writing. There's no one better qualified than Nancy to discuss books and writing, bringing an informed reader's perspective to lively conversation and in-depth dialogs about all things literary.
 
Michael-Shawn Dugar, Seahawks reporter for The Athletic, and broadcast journalist Christopher Kidd host the Seahawks Man 2 Man podcast, an all-access look at Seattle's premier sports franchise, with game previews, postgame breakdowns, exclusive interviews, and more. Get every single episode of 'Seahawks Man 2 Man' by subscribing to The Athletic at theathletic.com/seahawksman2man.
 
Welcome to the only daily podcast covering your Seattle Mariners. Each morning, host D.C. Lundberg will keep you informed of everything happening with the M's, including analysis, game recaps, series previews, roster changes, and some trivia & fun, too. If you have a question about the Mariners or a comment on the show, please email D.C. at lockedonmariners@gmail.com and your message might be read on the air during his Friday Mailbag segment. (Please use your name and hometown in your email. ...
 
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Fly fishing, historian Mark Kurlansky has found, is a battle of wits, fly fisher vs. fish–and the fly fisher does not always (or often) win. The targets–salmon, trout, and char; and for some, bass, tarpon, tuna, bonefish, and even marlin–are highly intelligent, wily, strong, and athletic animals. The allure, Kurlansky learns, is that fly fishing ma…
 
Popes and their inquisitors, emperors and their hangmen, commissars and their secret police–throughout history, all have sought to stanch the free flow of information. Efforts have ranged from being burned for attempting to translate the Bible, to dictionaries and encyclopedias being forbidden, to works of literature and science and history being t…
 
It was a good day to be a fan of the Seattle Mariners. A 4-3 victory over the defending World Series champions, who had lost all of three games thus far. The M's did capitalize on some Dodger mistakes -- both on the mound and in the field -- which led to the M's winning the ballgame. The M's pitching was also pretty good, limiting the powerful Dodg…
 
Johnson & Johnson's Covid vaccine was a key part of the plan to get vaccines to people experiencing homelessness. It's pause has thrown a wrench in the works, complicating an already complicated situation. Guest: Sydney Brownstone, reporter covering homelessness for the Seattle Times Support the show by making a gift to KUOW: http://bit.ly/seattlen…
 
Discarded surgical masks strewn along the sidewalk aptly represent COVID-19’s lasting legacy. The federal medical bureaucracy’s response to the pandemic has resulted in a wasteland of lost economic and educational opportunities, psychologically damaged children, terminally lonely nursing home residents, and lives lost to suicide, illicit drug overd…
 
We're closing in on the 2021 NFL Draft, coming up April 29th, and barring any major moves between now and then the Seahawks won't be making their first draft pick until the 30th. Joining the show this week to preview where the Seahawks could go on offense in the draft is Rob Staton of Seahawks Draft Blog. The episode kicks off with a look back at h…
 
Black Coffee Northwest opened its doors just as many businesses were closing during the pandemic. Despite early setbacks, the café is thriving. And along with a great cup of coffee, it's also serving up an education in Black culture. Schools have also opened to in-person learning. And while technology has been essential for teachers this past year,…
 
Before the ink dried on his new one-year contract, Aldon Smith may already have put his status as a member of the Seahawks in jeopardy. Hosts Corbin Smith and Rob Rang discuss Smith's latest run in with the law and what it could mean for his future in Seattle, break down four expert mock drafts from media outlets with their 56th overall selection f…
 
Times beat writer Ryan Divish and columnist Larry Stone discuss the Mariners 10-6 start to the season, they break down the offense and lineup, including the struggles of the bottom of the order. They talk about the rotation and surprising bullpen. There's also talk about when Jarred Kelenic and Logan Gilbert might get called up and the Mariners get…
 
Dr. Kirk and Bob discuss some difficult topics. Become a patron: https://www.patreon.com/PsychologyInSeattle Email: https://www.psychologyinseattle.com/contact Get merch: https://teespring.com/stores/psychology-in-seattle Dr. Kirk’s Cameo: https://www.cameo.com/kirkhonda Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/psychologyinseattle/ Discord: https://dis…
 
Learn about the latest in local public affairs in about the time it takes for a coffee break! Brian Callanan of Seattle Channel and Kevin Schofield of Seattle City Council Insight look at the proposed changes to the "Compassion Seattle" charter amendment proposal on homelessness services, a new "bill of rights" for tenants coming to the Council, a …
 
Seattle Seahawks fans can often list their favorite and least favorite draft choices over the years. But how about the trades that had some of the best (and worst) outcomes? These are not the best trades ever, these are the trades that specifically occurred on draft day. We went live in the Locker Room app this week to pick some of the moves that r…
 
See all series | See all talks Teacher: Lauren Wilson, Lyndal Johnson Date: 2021-04-18 Sunday Series Sunday Morning Meditation & Dhamma (2021, Dhamma in Daily Life) 2021-01-01 Aravind Moorthy, Jerry Harter, Lauren Wilson, Lyndal Johnson, Sooz Appel, Susan Alotrico, Tuere Sala includes guided meditation by Lyndal Johnson Resources Climate Emergency:…
 
Acts tells us that as the community of disciples grew in number, “a dispute arose…” Not shocking for any of us who have ever been part of any human community: As numbers grow, disputes are surely to arise! This story of the early Jesus-following community trying to figure out how to organize themselves in the wake of Jesus’ death and resurrection, …
 
Never committed murder? Never hated anyone? Never been angry? Well, great, you don't need to watch today's message! But for the rest of us, take a look and discover how feeling lost and frustrated in life might actually be rooted in the sixth commandment: https://subspla.sh/75r33xm"Do Not Murder" is part 2 of "The Other Six."- More on the Restorati…
 
Good morning to your first place Seattle Mariners, frustrating and fascinating in, well, not equal measure, but hefty sums. With Matthew traipsing along the coastline of the Pacific Ocean, John and Kate commandeer the helm and break down their pleasant surprises and early disappointments, digging beyond the still-stinging loss of James Paxton and l…
 
On January 5, the run-off election in Georgia flipped the state and created opportunity for a Democrat-led Senate. On January 6, armed insurrectionists stormed the United States Capitol Building, resulting in dozens of injuries and several fatalities. UW Professor Christopher Sebastian Parker believes that Donald Trump as chief executive was making…
 
On this episode of The Built in Seattle Podcast, I talked with Rebecca Bastian, CEO & Co-Founder at OwnTrail (owntrail.com) For extras from this interview, subscribe to my weekly email Episode Highlights How she joined a 20-person startup called Zillow. The journey from PM to VP of Product over 15 years Why she built an "Equity and Belonging" progr…
 
After several successful works of narrative nonfiction, author David Laskin dove right into writing fiction, and the coming of age 1970s novel "What Sammy Knew" is the result. He and Nancy Pearl discuss the differences between writing fiction and narrative nonfiction, how he workshops his own writing, and his preferred method for writing the part o…
 
NFL writer Danny Kelly of The Ringer joins the latest episode of the Seahawks Man 2 Man podcast to preview the 2021 NFL Draft. Danny gives his thoughts on the trades that left Seattle with just three picks (1:49), Seahawk-y prospects he found when creating his NFL Draft guide (8:45) and how far the Seahawks should be willing to trade back in order …
 
Ep. 003 - 2021 Seattle Mariners Podcast Ramblings, Masters, & Predictions. A free podcast found in iTunes about all things 2021 Seattle Mariners baseball for fans by fans. Host: @AaronAviles Co-Host: @jSloppy7 Co-Host: @TheHawkMariners www.MarinersPodcast.comDoor Aaron Aviles
 
We introduce the nominees for this year’s class in the Peltoncast Hall of Fame, including a direct-elect choice, before reviewing Ma’ono fried chicken and previewing the start of the season for the Sounders and OL Reign. DOWNLOAD/STREAM THE FABULOUS PELTONCAST NO. 257 View on: iTunes | Spotify | Stitcher | Amazon Music Links – Pagliacci website – P…
 
Duende Libre's "The Dance She Spoke" is the Earshot's 2020 NW Album of the Year. Joining us this month are pianist Alex Chadsey and vocalist/percussionist Frank Anderson to tell us all about this beautiful album and its influences from Malian and Ghanian music. Content warning: discussions about race and cultural appropriation…
 
“So imagine if you will that this past year has been about fermentation, right? That there has been a remembering that has been happening.” Senior Minister Rev. Karen Lindvig ushers in a new Easter. With the pandemic abating, many of us are emerging from the tombs in perhaps a more profound way than ever before. How have we changed in this past yea…
 
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