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At long last, Bao Tran's "The Paper Tigers" is here

A still image from Bao Tran's "The Paper Tigers"

Back in 2019, Art Zone's Nancy Guppy interviewed filmmaker Bao Tran about making his genre-mashing film "The Paper Tigers," including why he turned down Hollywood funding. The action/drama/comedy mixes martial arts action with heart. It arrives in theaters and on digital today.

Click for Kicks

Civic Cocktail: What is the future of downtown Seattle?

Downtown Seattle

It has been a tough year in downtown Seattle. After struggling through the pandemic, social unrest, and an ongoing homelessness crisis, can downtown rebound? Ivar's President Bob Donegan and Alexandria Real Estate Vice President ⁠Brian Surratt weigh in on a new Civic Cocktail.


🎵 A very Mother’s Day Video Bebop

Video Bebop host Eva Walker with her mom

Your premier Pacific Northwest music video show brings you a very exclusive Mother’s Day episode with a very exclusive guest. Tune in for five fabulous music videos from local artists Adra Boo, Brites, Champagne Honeybee, Zauso, and Pampa.

Tune In

"Look, Listen and Learn" teaches kindness

Look, Listen & Learn teaches kindness

We’re all about kindness, but sometimes it’s hard to keep up the habit of being kind to ourselves and others in this busy world. Auntie Lena and Possum give us some helpful tips on this month’s episode.

One of a Kind

Celebrating our Asian American & Pacific Islander neighbors

Bon Odori in the 1970s in Seattle

The month of May is Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Here in Seattle, this community is represented by 26 different ethnic groups and more than 67 unique languages and dialects. Celebrate the stories of these diverse communities and their contributions, culture, history and sacrifices; and stories like Dr. Ruby Hirose, who you can thank for saving you from a debilitating and life-threatening disease.

Culturally Connected

Rain or shine, enjoy this mood-brightening virtual arboretum tour

Rhodies at the Washington Park Arboretum

It's peak bloom for azaleas, rhodies, some magnolia and dogwoods, and more...the whole park is in bloom! Come along for a virtual guided tour featuring the flora and fauna in Washington Park Arboretum, plus bits of history and trivia about the 230-acre park.

Flower Power

All Washington residents 16 & older eligible for COVID-19 vaccine, walk-in vaccinations at 3 city sites

Vaccination clinic

All Washington residents over the age of 16 are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and can register immediately for one of thousands of appointments available now at the four City of Seattle-affiliated vaccination sites: Lumen FieldRainier BeachWest Seattle, and North Seattle. If you’re unable to book an appointment this week, sign up for the City’s notification list and get notified via email as soon as appointments are available at any of the four City-affiliated sites. Also, check out the state's vaccine locator for more locations.

All people who live or work in King County can now walk or roll up to the Lumen FieldRainier Beach, and West Seattle vaccination sites, and get a first or second dose vaccinate without an appointment.

For more information visit the City’s vaccination website at The site contains vaccine information in seven languages, and in-language assistance is also available over the phone with the Customer Service Bureau Monday–Saturday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. (206) 684-2489.

Even as more residents get vaccinated, public health measures like social distancing, wearing a mask, and washing your hands remain critical. Please continue to follow all public health guidance, and visit this website from Public Health – Seattle & King County for more information.

If you have symptoms of COVID-19, schedule a free test at one of the city's sites.    

COVID-19 Resources