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On tap: Zack Static Sect’s high-octane performance of “Down at Slim’s”

The Zack Static Sect performs for Art Zone

Skip your morning coffee and head straight for Zack Static Sect’s hit single “Down at Slim’s” off their record “When I Grow Up.” We’ve found it has the same effect. Check out their Art Zone performance and catch them live at Lucky Liquor on Saturday, Jan. 29.


“I’m here about the heart”

Musician Brittany Davis

Musician and spoken word artist Brittany Davis finds expression through music in a world where they often feel unheard by the sighted community. Davis' talents have blossomed, bolstered by a supportive grandmother and church community, and they’re thrilled to release their debut album “I Choose To Live” early this year.


What's next for Washington’s long-term care insurance? Fix, repeal, replace?

City Inside/Out

The Washington Cares Act would provide $36,500 in long-term care insurance to Washington workers, but the program is hanging in the balance. State Democrats say they’re determined to fix any bugs to get affordable care to those who need it ASAP, while Republicans push for private alternatives.⁠


The band is back together!

Highway 99 All Stars

The Highway 99 All Stars band of Highway 99 Blues Club (now closed) fame will play a three-night run at Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley, Feb. 8-10. Composed of a rotating cast of top-notch musicians, the ensemble is known for edgy, spontaneous performances throughout the region.


Meet Sara Nelson, Seattle’s newest council member

Councilmember Sara Nelson on Council Edition

Seattle’s newest council member made a series of campaign promises - help businesses, get tough on crime, and provide effective solutions to homelessness. What's her plan to turn those ideas into action? Councilmember Sara Nelson answers these questions and more on Council Edition.


Looking ahead at the 2022 state legislative session

Seattle CityClub's Legislative Preview

What’s on the docket for the Washington State Legislature this season? Seattle City Club hosts a discussion with local lawmakers to look at their top priorities and how they will impact individuals, communities, and the state at large. 


Remembering Don Wilson, surf-rock pioneer

The Ventures band

Tacoma native Don Wilson co-founded the surf-rock band The Ventures, known for iconic instrumentals like the "Hawaii Five-O” theme. Wilson passed away at the age of 88 last weekend. His legacy lives on in his music, which spans more than 250 albums. Look back at our feature on Wilson and The Ventures from 2008, the year the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.


63 questions: Get to know Nancy Guppy in this Vogue-inspired one-take rapid-fire interview

Art Zone host Nancy Guppy

This week’s Art Zone gets to the hard-hitting questions, like: what’s Nancy’s favorite album? Does she have any fashion regrets, and perhaps most importantly, what did she have for breakfast? She also delivers a spontaneous musical performance that you won’t want to miss, and does it all in under eight minutes!


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.

Earlier this month, the federal government announced households can order one set of four free at-home COVID-19 tests. Washington state is offering a similar program, and though supplies are currently exhausted, they anticipate more tests will arrive in the coming weeks.

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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