New show alert 📺 "Thank You, MS PAM" is an imagination celebration.

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“Thank You, MS PAM” celebrates Seattle’s creatives

Tariqa Waters

Artist Tariqa Waters hosts a sketch and interview show beyond our wildest dreams. Called “Thank You, MS PAM,” Tariqa’s brainchild is filmed from her kaleidoscopic Pioneer Square art gallery Martyr Sauce. It’s an imagination celebration full of childhood nostalgia, local artists, makers, educators, and giant lunch boxes.⁠


Totem pole travels region to share story of saving salmon

Community Stories: Spirit of the Waters

“Who are we without salmon?” The Lummi Nation considers themselves the Salmon People, and the Salish Sea’s orcas their relatives. Both rely on the Chinook salmon. Hoping to reverse decades of the fish species’ population decline, Lummi members are uniting tribes throughout the region in a fight to remove Snake River dams that block natural Chinook salmon runs.


What to expect from your lawmakers this session

Capitol building in Olympia

As new and returning state lawmakers get ready for the upcoming legislative session that starts Monday, Brian Callanan talks housing, gun safety, drug possession laws, and more with your Seattle electeds on City Inside/Out.


Beers, bikes & baristas pedal their way into Pioneer Square hub 🚲☕🍻 ⁠

Rail Spur bike shop

Pioneer Square’s new micro district, RailSpur, welcomes its first three retail spaces. Cassette Club, Heard Coffee, and Beerdega (a bike club, cafe, and beer and provisions shop, respectively) kick off a new chapter for the neighborhood.


This Sir Mix-a-Lot and Seattle City Light collaboration is electric!

The Sir Mix-a-Lot and Seattle City Light collaboration

This Seattle City Light rap (yes, you read that right) created by Seattle legend Sir Mix-a-Lot and other local artists is just plain good advice. Performers share tips for keeping your electricity bill down in winter months via the universal languages of song, dance, and ’80s fashion.


988 suicide and crisis lifeline expands care

988 call center

The free and confidential 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline launched in July and its resources and services are already growing. Partnering group Crisis Connections answers calls in 250 languages, and callers can dial 988-4 to be connected to the Native and Strong Crisis Lifeline, the first helpline in the country run by and for Indigenous communities.


Hamdi Mohamed makes Seattle work for all

Hamdi Mohamed

Meet Hamdi Mohamed, the Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs Director as of last summer. She uses the office to highlight the frontline work so many immigrants and refugees do in Seattle and engage them in the processes of our city.