Our pandemic year | Music videos you'll ❤️ | Taxing controversy at Capitol

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Eligible but still unvaccinated?

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If you're on the current eligibility list for a COVID-19 vaccination, you can sign up for the City of Seattle's notification list. Alternately, call the Customer Service Bureau at 206-684-2489, Monday - Saturday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. for help getting on the list. Once on the list, you'll be notified when vaccination appointments become available at any of three fixed vaccination sites (Rainier Beach, West Seattle, and starting on March 13, Lumen Field). For more information about eligibility and locations, visit the city's COVID-19 vaccination website.                   

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Women's History Month: Washington women lead the way

Women's History Month

Our region has no shortage of mold-breaking, earth-shaking, history-making women. Our city is better for their strength and innovation, and so are we. From suffrage to softball, philanthropy to public office, here’s to the inspirational women who've helped shape the future.

Lead On

City Inside/Out goes inside the capital gains tax controversy

Capitol building in Olympia

A capital gains tax targeting the wealthiest Washingtonians just passed through the state Senate by one vote, and now moves on to the House. Is this a step toward equity, or an illegal income tax? City Inside/Out guests on both sides of the issue give their perspective.

Taxing Topic

CityStream looks back at one year of COVID-19

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It's been a year, and oh, has it been a year! From testing to vaccines, supply shortages to overwhelmed hospitals, it's been 12 months filled with times of sorrow and times of hope. CityStream looks back at the deadly year-long battle that has affected the whole world and every aspect of life as we know it.

Our Pandemic Year

Video Bebop: LAKE, Sundae + Mr. Goessl, Mirrorgloss, Tomo Nakayama & Good Quiver!

Video Bebop

This new episode of Video Bebop will have you feeling free and roaring like a tiger. Enjoy five music videos from Pacific Northwest musicians along with a healthy side of sibling rivalry from hosts Eva and Cedric Walker.

Bop This Way

Recently digitized video mixtape highlights Black joy, art & community

Sir-Mix-A-Lot in an archival video

Take a look through MIPoPS’ (Moving Image Preservation of Puget Sound) digitized Black History mixtape highlighting Black joy, art, and community. MIPoPS is on a mission to raise awareness about the impending magnetic media crisis and preserve that media before it’s lost to history.


How does history shape who you are?

Image from "When History Is Your Story" at MOHAI

A single moment can have generational impact and learning about our own history can help craft a better future. Community members gather to share personal stories of how local Black history has shaped their own lives and the entire region.

Make History