🦖 Dinosaurs return to Seattle | "When Prison Is Your Life" | A coffee story

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New Burke Museum is dino-mite! 🦖

TRex at the Burke Museum

From indigenous peoples' art to the natural world, the new Burke Museum has something for everyone. And after a 10-month closure, the museum reopened over the weekend to a new 3-story showplace of natural history and culture. 

Take a sneak peek


Not sure who you're voting for on Nov. 5? Use our Video Voters' Guide

Video Voters' Guide

🗳️ Expect your ballots in the mail this week! And when you're ready to vote, use our handy Video Voters' Guide, which features statements from candidates in 17 Seattle and King County races.

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From bean to cup: Papua New Guinea coffee farmers make journey to Seattle

Coffee farmers in Papua New Guinea

☕ “It’s like tasting a story.” Coffee sold in Seattle is helping the people - and endangered animals - of Papua New Guinea!  Recently, some of those PNG farmers made the more than 6,500-mile trek to Seattle to see their coffee beans make it into coffee cups. 

Get caffeinated 


Nancy Pearl interviews author of "A Grip of Time: When Prison Is Your Life"

Author Lauren Kessler with her writing group

Journalist and narrative non-fiction writer Lauren Kessler explains the meaning behind the evocative title of her new book "A Grip of Time: When Prison Is Your Life." It's the story of her experience working with a writing group for men serving a life sentence in a maximum-security prison.  

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Know a multimedia-savvy communications student? Send them our way!

Seattle Channel intern Addy Pratt with travel writer Rick Steves

We're looking for a college student that's a social media and communications whiz kid! If you know someone that fits the bill, have them apply to our 6-month paid communications internship! The deadline to apply is Nov. 19.

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