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Pandemic stressing you out? New service helps provide support during COVID-19

Washington Listens

“Calling and reaching out for help doesn’t mean you’re broken… All of us need support.” Many people are dealing with severe stress, anxiety, and hopelessness as the pandemic rages on. Counselors fear mental health crises will rise as an expected second wave of the coronavirus hits in the fall. In response, the state has launched Washington Listens, a new service open to anyone seeking support and connections to community services.

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🎙️ Powering your very own podcast

Brian Callanan creating his own podcast

Producing your own podcast doesn't have to be difficult. The Seattle Channel's Brian Callanan started a podcast, "Seattle News, Views, and Brews," earlier this year. He shows you what it takes to produce a podcast, from the equipment you need to some helpful services that will assist you. 

Producing Podcast


AgeWise bursts your bubble with fun art

Bubble art

In this week's AgeWise TV, BIMA's Art in Action gets your creativity going with tips on making bubble prints. Plus, dive into a documentary on the more than century-old Fishermen's Terminal. And keep calm and ohmmm with yoga instruction by Pike Market Senior Center!

Bubble Over


Murals provide hope and inspiration in tough times

Murals in Seattle

Aileen Granstrom is an educator who's also an artist. She's also one of the artists who volunteered to paint murals over boarded up businesses in Seattle's Chinatown-International District. Granstrom explains why the mural she's painting is deeply personal to her and a reminder to all that when we stand together, we're stronger as a community.

Murals With Meaning


Look, Listen and Learn helps kids understand and deal with worry

Auntie Lena and Possum

Don't worry, be happy! In the latest Look, Listen and Learn, Auntie Lena and Possum learn that worry is a normal feeling and find ways to calm their worries. Worry not by joining Possum's friends in reading, art, and cooking!

Why Worry?


Delivering meals to neighbors in need

Delivering meals to those in need

Millions of Americans are having a tough time putting food on the table during the pandemic. Some of them might be your neighbors. Here in Seattle, Maria Lamarca Anderson has been distributing donated meals to the unsheltered for decades, and her helping hand has only stretched further during the pandemic.

Helping Hand


Civic Cocktail returns with SPD Interim Chief Diaz, civil rights icon Rev. Walden & Schools Superintendent Juneau

Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best and Interim Chief Adrian Diaz

On the day he takes command as acting chief, Civic Cocktail welcomes Adrian Diaz to share his insights on the future of the Seattle Police Department. Joining in the discussion, civil rights icon and co-founder of Mothers for Police Responsibility Rev. Harriett Walden. Also, as the state's largest public school district prepares for the first day of class, Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Denise Juneau shares the district's remote learning plan and her commitment to ensure that every child has the opportunity to achieve in any learning environment.

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