Musician Rebecca Young roots herself, and her work, in empathy

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Beloved musician Rebecca Young finds her rhythm teaching, inspiring others

Rebecca Young

Bass player Rebecca Young is in high demand, and not just musically! Whether she’s performing onstage, giving music lessons, or teaching social and emotional literacy to Seattle elementary schoolers, she leads with empathy and love.


City Inside/Out: Closer look at petition-driven Seattle social housing plan

City Inside/Out host Brian Callanan

A petition calling for social housing may lead to a ballot measure for Seattle voters this fall. If approved, Iniative-135 would aim to create publicly-owned, permanently affordable housing. But not all in the affordable housing developer community are on board. City Inside/Out has more.


Artist combines traditional techniques with modern ideas for bold, playful twist

Ben Beres' text-based prints

Sometimes, Ben Beres’ marbled prints make him giggle. He says even though there’s plenty of intention, color theory, and mechanical precision in his work, the not-knowing how the end product will turn out is the fun part.


Seattle University Conversations: The West confronts Putin & his war on Ukraine

Guests and interviewers on stage at Seattle University
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What can we expect from the war in Ukraine? How will the U.S. proceed, and what shape could relations between China and Taiwan take as a result? Retired four-star general Barry McCaffrey and former U.S. ambassador to China Gary Locke joined Seattle University Professor Larry Hubbell and journalist Joni Balter to discuss.


Every picture tells a story, and this one says “welcome back!”

Seattle Center all-staff photo

“It’s just so great to be back together again.” The pandemic kept Seattle Center employees apart for more two years, but they’re together again for an all-staff photo. It’s Seattle Center’s 60th anniversary this year, and thanks in part to this cheery kickoff, spirits are high.


Delbert Richardson shares artifacts and untold stories of American history

Delbert Richardson

Delbert Richardson, founder of The Unspoken Truths, considers himself a “self-taught community scholar,” and says his goal is to prepare his shoulders for the next generation of African American scholars to stand on. This conversation with artist Arielle Julia Brown is part of the series “Train-Hopping: analogue conversations, digital times.”


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