Seismic Seattle | Art Zone meets "Almost Live!" | Magnuson Park's ✈️ history

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Art Zone: Pat Cashman of Almost Live!, backyard music, a gallery tour, and... fish & chips!

Art Zone with Nancy Guppy

Art Zone chats with Pat Cashman about "Almost Live!: Still Alive," his new podcast featuring interviews with fellow Almost Live cast members (Nancy included). Plus, Christy McWilson & The West Seattle 3, a swing through Woodside/Braseth Gallery; and an excerpt from "Hateful Deeds," the new political thriller from renowned film critic and author Robert Horton.

All the Art


Election 2020: City Inside/Out looks at the Superintendent of Public Instruction race

Brian Callanan with Superintendent Candidates

The race to lead our state's public schools is heating up as incumbent Chris Reykdal faces political newcomer Maia Espinoza. Both candidates espouse contrasting philosophies on how to teach during a pandemic, school vouchers and even mandatory sex education. Who is better qualified and does our state educational system need an overhaul? Tune in over the weeks ahead as City Inside/Out covers the issues you'll see on your November 3 ballot!



What does it mean to be a "City of Literature?"

Seismic discussion at Seattle Public Library

Seattle was designated a UNESCO City of Literature in 2017. "Seismic: Seattle, City of Literature" is a new collection of essays (it's free to download here) where writers consider what this designation means for the city and how literature might be an agent of change. Watch the virtual launch party to hear from some of the creators.

Seattle Says


AgeWise TV: Native food sovereignty, Lake City murals, mindfulness & more

Native Food Sovereignty on AgeWise TV

This week on AgeWise TV, watch short films about native food sovereignty, Lake City murals, and how community empowerment transformed a Pygmy village. Plus tips for turning your home into a museum, mindfulness meditation, and more. AgeWise TV is curated content for older adults and is a production of Pike Market Senior Center.

Watch & Learn


Magnuson Park's hidden aviation history

Hidden history of Magnuson Park

Next time you enjoy a day at Magnuson Park with the doggo or family, consider the park’s significant role in aviation ✈️. Monday marks the 96th anniversary of the "First World Flight," widely considered the second most important event in aviation history, and Seattle's second-largest park is central to this story.

Take Flight