Art Zone celebrates 10 years 🎂 | A century of Emerald City fashion | City Council races heat up

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Art Zone celebrates a decade of covering Seattle arts & music

Nancy Guppy's 10th anniversary birthday cake

Art Zone kicked off its second decade Friday! Since the show launched, Nancy Guppy and her talented crew have offered a lively look at Seattle’s creative scene, showcased more than 500 bands, featured more than a thousand artists, visited dozens of arts and cultural organizations and plugged a boatload of events. And along the way, Art Zone won nine Northwest Emmy Awards. Here's a look back!

Plus, in this season's inaugural show, music from Lemolo's new album "Swansea," an interview with the director of the award-winning documentary on Tacoma-based band The Sonics, and resurfacing a memorable 2016 clip from funny writer and performer Lauren Weedman

And last, but not least, you don't want to miss this Q&A with Nancy. In the interview, Nancy reveals one musician she once adored, but now remembers as a total jerk!

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Hey, Southest Seattle, meet the candidates hoping to represent you in District 2 on City Inside/Out

Brian Callanan with Seattle City Council District 2 candidates

Brian Callanan sits down with candidates Tammy Morales and Mark Solomon on City Inside/Out; both hope to represent you in District 2. You can also hear more from Morales and Solomon in this long-form debate.

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A century of Seattle fashion + local gem gives youth homecoming help

Seattle fashion from MOHAI

From Filson to Nordstrom, CityStream visits MOHAI to take a look at Seattle fashion 👗 over the years. Plus, the show visits Ruby Room, a local organization that help put the expensive costs of high school homecoming within reach for some students! And, the Woodland Park Zoo's new baby giraffe gets some fancy footwear of his own.

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Mayor pitches 2020 budget proposals

Mayor Jenny Durkan's 2020 budget proposal address

As part of her 2020 proposed budget, Mayor Jenny Durkan announced today new City of Seattle investments including five key priorities: youth opportunity, public safety, homelessness, housing, and transit and transportation. 

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Council Edition: Regional homeless authority, Mercer Megablock & more

City Inside/Out September 2019

Brian Callanan hosted Seattle City Councilmembers Sally Bagshaw and Mike O'Brien on the latest Council Edition, where they discussed how a proposed regional homeless authority might work. Plus, the two share what they think the City should do with proceeds from the Mercer Megablock sale.