🎉 Celebrating 20 years of the Seattle Channel!

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Exploring Seattle Center's expansive public art

Jed Dunkerley tours Seattle Center

It's shaping up to be another spectacular weather weekend ☀️😎 Grab those shades, put on your favorite walking shoes, 👟 and head to Seattle Center to explore the cultural campus' more than 40 pieces of public art. Our intrepid and charming art correspondent, Jed Dunkerley, points out just a few of the center's art treasures in the latest Art Zone with Nancy Guppy.


Will King County voters green light more green space acquisition?

A green belt in King County

Should King County voters green light more green space acquisition through higher property taxes? Supporters say the King County Conservation Futures levy hasn’t kept up with rising home values with the state’s 1% cap on property taxes. Opponents argue homeowners are already overburdened. Watch this conservation conversation on City Inside/Out before you cast your vote!


From the archives: Remember Big Red, the talking fire hydrant?

Big Red (the talking fire hydrant) appears in an animated film

From 1977-1988, an animated robot fire hydrant named Big Red taught Seattle kids about fire safety. The Seattle Fire Department’s S.A.F.E. (School and Fire Safe Education) series was written, produced, edited, and animated at the fire department with the help of UW film students and local radio personalities. October is fire prevention month, a great time to review home fire safety tips from Seattle Fire Department.


Election 2022: Who is best to represent 46th legislative district?

Darya Farivar and Dr. Lelach Rave look to represent northeast Seattle in Olympia

Disability rights advocate Darya Farivar and pediatrician Dr. Lelach Rave are running against each other for the 46th legislative district seat, serving northeast Seattle, in the Washington House of Representatives. They speak with “City Inside/Out” host Brian Callanan about why they each think they’re the best person for the job.


Celebrating 20 years of the Seattle Channel

Shannon Gee operates a camera

Break out the sparkling cider and the birthday candles because Seattle Channel is turning 20! Travel back in time to learn about the early days of the Seattle Channel, from the precursor to Art Zone to our first Facebook post to the only day the channel went off air!


ICYMI: Indigenous Peoples' Day 2022: Time Immemorial

Indigenous Peoples perform during an event at City Hall

It was a day of inspiring speeches, music, and dance during the City of Seattle's Indigenous Peoples' Day festivities at Seattle City Hall. Relive Monday's celebrations by tuning in here


COVID-19 resources

Anyone 6 months of age and older is eligible to get vaccinated. Learn more about vaccines, testing, and the best way to help manage the spread of coronavirus at kingcounty.gov/covid.

Free N95 masks. Visit the federal government's one-stop COVID website to find locations to get free masks.

Free at-home tests. While supplies last, Washingtonians can order up to two COVID-19 test kits per month from the website sayyescovidhometest.org (ordering available in English and Spanish).

Self-test expiration dates extended. Some COVID-19 rapid self-tests now have an extended expiration date. Review your at-home tests at on the FDA's website.

Vaccines & boosters. Find a vaccine in King County or around Washington state.

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