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🚴 Cycling with purpose

Greg Roth

Greg Roth has ridden the Obliteride, the annual fundraiser for cancer research, for five straight years. This year he cycled 3,100 miles for the cause. He says, yes, it's punishing, but it's no comparison to the pain and agony experienced from losing two women he loved deeply. 

Obliterating Cancer


Turning the Page: Book Lust returns with Nancy Pearl taking questions

Nancy Pearl

In an all-new Book Lust, Nancy Pearl goes from interviewer to interviewee! In this special episode, Nancy and co-author Jeff Schwager talk about their new book "The Writer's Library." The book is an intimate, moving, and insightful collection of interviews with great literary legends including Donna Tartt, Viet Thanh Nguyen, Andrew Sean Greer, Laila Lalami, and Michael Chabon. The writers reveal the books that made them think, brought them joy, and changed their lives. 

📚 An Open Book


City Inside/Out hears from Washington's gubernatorial candidates

City Inside/Out debates the gubernatorial race

Governor Jay Inslee, a Democrat, faces GOP gubernatorial challenger Loren Culp, a police chief in the town Republic. Inslee, Culp, and head chairs of the state Democratic and Republican parties lay out their qualifications and vision to lead Washingtonians.  



Bicycle-powered demonstrators of the Peace Peloton

Bicycle-powered demonstrators of the Peace Peloton

A bicycle-powered demonstration called the Peace Peloton is rolling through neighborhoods calling for racial justice and economic reform. The group includes people of all colors and ages coming together to create community. And, by bringing people of different races together as one, it raises awareness and understanding that's beneficial to all. 

Pedaling for Peace


Seattle Unite teams up with pro athletes to get out the vote

Unite Seattle athletes

What do Seattle sports stars K.J. Wright of the Seahawks, Jordin Canada of the world champion Storm, and the Sounders Stefan Frei have in common? They're all teaming up with social justice organizations to encourage people to vote, especially those from underrepresented communities. 

Energizing the Electorate


Ballot in hand? Our handy Video Voters’ Guide can help with local races

Video Voters' Guide

🗳️ You should have your ballot any day now, if not already! If you're still unsure about some of the local races, head to our Video Voters' Guide. Hear video statements directly from candidates running for King County Superior Court Judge Positions 13 and 30. And, supporters and opponents of King County Proposition No. 1, four King County Charter Amendments, and Seattle Proposition No. 1 were invited to weigh in with pro and con video statements.

Ready, Set, Vote!


The story behind, or should we say under, the Snoqualmie Falls hydroelectric plant

The Power of Snoqualmie Falls

See how one man conceived, engineered and financed the building of the first underground hydroelectric plant in the nation at Snoqualmie Falls. Charles Baker brought electricity to the masses and forever changed the lives of those living in the Northwest.

Power Up


Travel the world through Seattle's global cuisine

AgeWise TV Episode 115

This episode of AgeWise TV features a video tour of Seattle's international food scene. Plus, art lessons on making paper boxes and sun prints, a forest walk, and Tai Chi. AgeWise TV is curated content for older adults and is a production of Pike Market Senior Center.

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