"Postmistress of Paris" | Seattle's eviction moratorium extended

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History, suspense & romance on Book Lust

Book Lust featuring Meg Waite Clayton

Author Ernest Gaines had six words of advice for writers: "Read. Read. Read. Write. Write. Write." Book Lust host Nancy Pearl and novelist Meg Waite Clayton talk about reading, writing, and the inspiration behind Clayton's newest novel "The Postmistress of Paris," historical fiction inspired by an American woman who helped smuggle artists and intellectuals out of Nazi-occupied France.


Even as Seattle's eviction moratorium is extended, renters & landlords still struggling to find solutions

South Lake Union

Mayor Bruce Harrell extended Seattle's eviction moratorium until Feb. 14. While the reprieve is welcome news for tenants who are struggling, it's challenging for landlords who need to pay their mortgage. Learn how the city, county, and state are racing against time to improve access to rent relief.


Look, Listen & Learn explains land acknowledgement

Look Listen & Learn

Auntie Lena and Possum talk about what a Land Acknowledgement is, and how kids can honor and learn more about Indigenous cultures in the U.S. in this short video from our friends at Look, Listen & Learn.


COVID-19 updates: Vaccination verification, mask mandates & vaccine locations

Visit the Public Health - Seattle & King County website for the latest COVID-19 resources including masking advice, COVID-19 testing, COVID-19 vaccines and boosters, vaccination verification, and more.

Also, the City of Seattle and partners are hosting fixed location vaccination clinics and COVID-19 testing sites.

For language interpretation, help finding a vaccination or testing site, or ADA accommodation, call the King County COVID-19 Call Center at (206) 477-3977, 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

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