May the Fourth be with you | Retro SPD video puts love in your 💗 | Protecting seniors during COVID-19

The latest on the city's coronavirus response, West Seattle Bridge & more

Council Edition with Brian Callanan

Councilmembers Alex Pedersen and Tammy Morales discuss a payroll tax on big businesses to deal with the COVID-19 crisis, repairs on the West Seattle Bridge, a proposed moratorium on evictions impact renters and landlords, and more on Council Edition with Brian Callanan.

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🏠 Now more than ever, home is more than just a place

Look Listen & Learn talks about 'home'

“Home is both a place and a feeling.” On this episode of “Look, Listen & Learn,” Auntie Lena and Possum talk about what makes home feel like home by reading, cooking, and making art with friends.



City Inside/Out: Protecting vulnerable seniors & hunger help during COVID-19

City Inside/Out with Brian Callanan

Seniors are especially vulnerable during the coronavirus crisis. Learn how you can help your loved ones with long-term care concerns, avoid COVID-19 scams, and provide them with social isolation insights. Plus, here in Washington, the need for food assistance is estimated to have doubled to 1.6 million people during the coronavirus pandemic. The latest City Iniside/Out looks at whether the food support network in our state is well-integrated and where the needs are most acute.

Sage Advice


The Force remains strong with these locals

Star Wars Stormtrooper

If you are a Star Wars fan, you know that May the 4th is a big day! The date serves as a worldwide celebration for the most ardent fans of the popular film series. However, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has caused in-person local events to be cancelled, including visits to children at area hospitals. But for one local Star Wars group, they are finding new ways to reach out to these vulnerable youngsters. 

May the 4th Be With You


💇 Hair are some tips to comb over that might just shave the day!

Haircare tips

How badly are you missing your hairstylist? Considering cutting your own hair? Before you pick up the scissors, consider these hairstyling tips that get to the root of the matter.

Head Over


An Art Zone performance a day will keep the self-isolation blues away

Art Zone performers

Music has a way of lifting our spirits. With all concerts in Seattle being postponed or cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic, we put together a list of past Art Zone performances for you to get your feet moving and body swaying while at home. 

Weekend Jams


Vinyl resting place for Bop Street Records

Bop Street Records

Bop Street Records, regularly recognized as one of the top 10 record stores in the country, will close its doors at the end of June, The Seattle Times reports. In 2017, Art Zone featured Bop Street's vinyl biz man Dave Voorhees and got a personal tour of the legendary record shop.

One Last Spin


Seattle Police officer "Put A Little Love In Your Heart"

Seattle Police Officer Steve Olson

In these difficult times, we can all use a little love 💓! We dug through the Seattle Municipal Archives and found this clip from 1991 of then Seattle Police Department Officer Steve Olson belting out "Put A Little Love In Your Heart." Steve currently works for the Seattle Fire Department as a fire investigator and is quite the avid singer.

Love in Your 💓


Coronavirus concern & 2020 Census on Wednesday's Civic Cocktail

Civic Cocktail guests

Make yourself a beverage and grab a comfy seat in your own home and join Wednesday's Civic Cocktail for a conversation with Raquel Bono, Director of Washington State's COVID-19 Health System Response Management, and former Gov. Gary Locke. The conversation will get started at 6 p.m. on May 6 and center on the 2020 Census and COVID-19's impact on Washington.

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How to cope when the world's turned upside down?

Coping During Covid show

No doubt about it, COVID-19 has caused radical changes in our lives and we're all finding ourselves dealing with new situations every day. From general anxiety to talking with kids to dealing with substance abuse, "Coping During COVID-19" explores ways we can help ourselves and each other during the pandemic.

Alone Together