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Civic Cocktail

Tune in for a virtual Civic Cocktail featuring Senior U.S. District Judge Robert Lasnik on the future of justice. Then, Converge Media’s Omari Salisbury and Associated Press’ Ted Warren will discuss the influential role that journalism plays in creating local and national narratives that impact our democracy. Tickets are through Town Hall Seattle, $0-15.



Council Edition with Council President Lorena Gonz√°lez

Host Brian Callanan and Council President Lorena Gonzalez

Seattle City Council President M. Lorena González reacts to Mayor Jenny A. Durkan's new 2021 budget proposal on the latest Council Edition. Plus, she reflects on what lessons Seattle has learned about its police department after a summer of protest. González answers these questions and the ones you've sent in, too.



City of Seattle Budget Address 2021: Rebuilding a more just & equitable city

Mayor Durkan delivers her annual budget

Mayor Jenny A. Durkan delivered her annual budget address on Tuesday. The video highlights actions that the city has taken to respond to COVID-19 and plans for the future. Learn more about the proposed budget from the City Budget Office website.

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When dining out means dining outside

Diners in an outdoor setting

The pandemic has forced some restaurants and retailers to adapt to stay afloat. The city responded by issuing permits for sidewalk cafes and street closures. It's a win win as customers say they feel safer in the open-air and restaurant owners say it has provided a much needed boost to their bottom line. Learn more info about temporary street and sidewalk permits.

Dining Out


Election 2020: City Inside/Out looks at Ref. 90, the sex ed in public schools measure

High school kids in class.

Referendum 90 is one of most controversial issues on the ballot this fall. Should school districts be required to teach sex education? Hear from people on both sides of the issue on the latest City Inside/Out.‚Ā†

If you haven't already, remember to register to vote today. You have until Oct. 26th to register!

Watch & Vote


Young women step up with the art of choreography

Dancers in the New Voices class at Pacific Northest Ballet

They've perfected the plié and can relevé with ease, so what's next? Putting it all together with choreography! The "New Voices" program at Pacific Northwest Ballet is designed to empower young women in the male-dominated field of choreography. And these young dancers are learning from Eva Stone, a true trailblazer in the field.

En Pointe


Laugh it out with the "Almost Live!" cast & crew

Nanc Guppy and Pat Cashman

Remember "Almost Live!" back in the 80s and 90s? Recently, castmember and Art Zone host Nancy Guppy chatted with Pat Cashman about "Almost Live!: Still Alive," Pat's new podcast that revisits the stars and stories of Seattle's hometown sketch comedy show.



Courage is more than just bravery, it also takes practice!

Auntie Lena and Possum on Look Listen & Learn

Whether it's learning to play a new musical instrument or trying a new food, it takes courage to try new things. On this episode of Look, Listen & Learn, Possum and Auntie Lena talk about courage and how courage and practice go hand in hand.

Take a Beat


AgeWise TV: Sushi, clams, biscuits & more

AgeWise TV Episode 114

This AgeWise TV is all about food! Watch short films about the Hormel Girls band, Ivar's Seafood, and sushi chef Shiro Kashiba. Plus, learn how to make biscuits, and more! AgeWise TV is curated content for older adults and is a production of Pike Market Senior Center.

Whet Your Appetite