"The River That Made Seattle"| Tension at City Hall | SAM curator Chiyo Ishikawa

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SAM’s Chiyo Ishikawa says farewell, music from Sun Killers & more on Art Zone

Joe and Nancy Guppy as super heroes

It's a bird. It's a plane. It's Nancy and Joe Guppy?! Seattle's arts and music superheroes return in a new Art Zone that includes a conversation with departing Seattle Art Museum curator Chiyo Ishikawa. Plus, meet Seattle teen Alexander Soukakos, an up and coming graphic designer. Enjoy a new tune from Jed Crisologo and the Sun Killers. Learn about virtual offerings for the 21st annual Seattle Sketchfest, and get the lowdown for events at Pacific Northwest Ballet, Seattle Arts & Lectures, and ArtsWest Playhouse and Gallery. And the Guppys explore the cool walls and doors 🚪 of their Queen Anne neighborhood!

Knock Knock


Councilmembers Herbold, Lewis discuss City Hall tensions, defunding SPD, West Seattle Bridge & more

Council Edition August with Brian Callanan and Councilmembers Lewis and Herbold

Hear from Seattle City Councilmembers Lisa Herbold and Andrew Lewis on the latest Council Edition. Host Brian Callanan asks the two about tensions at City Hall, the council's plan to "defund the police," reimagining the city's controversial Navigation Team, plus the future of the West Seattle Bridge.



"The River That Made Seattle"

Duwamish River

“The wealth of Seattle was built right on the back of the Duwamish River.” For centuries, the Duwamish River has drawn people to its shores for trading, transport, and sustenance. Unfortunately, the very utility of the river has been its undoing, as decades of dumping led to the river being declared a Superfund cleanup site. In recent years, there's been a large effort to restore the Duwamish River to its central place in Seattle and Pacific Northwest history.

River Runs Through It


Create your own lotus fold book with tips in latest AgeWise TV

Lotus book folding

There's something for everyone on the latest episode of AgeWise TV! Learn how to make a lotus fold book, courtesy of the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. Plus, get tips on starting your own herb garden. And get moving with hula dancers, and yoga & tai chi instructors.

Lotus Show You How


Seattle Public Schools leader Denise Juneau joins Civic Cocktail to discuss education during pandemic

Denise Juneau

Hear from the leader of the state's largest public school district during Wednesday's filming of Civic Cocktail. Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Denise Juneau shares the plan for resuming learning during a pandemic. Plus, Civic Cocktail welcomes incoming interim police chief Adrian Diaz to share his insights on the future of the department. Joining in the discussion, civil rights icon and co-founder of Mothers for Police Responsibility Rev. Harriett Walden.