🐸 How a Seattle mayor tried to leapfrog the competition

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AIDS memorial inspires reflection & remembrance

AMP AIDS Memorial Pathway

Tour The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway with former Seattle City Councilmember Tom Rasmussen. The public art walk through Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood honors those affected by the AIDS crisis of the 1980s and ‘90s and celebrates the way the community came together despite–and because of it all.


Seattle Channel takes home 5 Emmy wins

Emmy award winners

We're humbled and honored to have won five Northwest Regional Emmy Awards over the weekend! We competed against stations from across the Pacific Northwest and took home wins in arts/entertainment, business/consumer, diversity equity inclusion, human interest, and video essayist. Check out the winners!


The ribbeting Seattle history of frog jumping 🐸

A film of a frog

A frog named Lord Sno-Sea the 123rd represented the joint Snohomish-Seattle team at the 1975 Mark Twain-inspired Calaveras County, California Frog Jumping Contest. Then Seattle Mayor Wes Uhlman and his team sent the frog with crickets, earthworms, and a warning for his jockey.


Art Zone rocks into summer

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Art Zone's Summer in the City music extravaganza is a full episode of music! Heck yeah. Host Nancy Guppy brings us hit after hit with performances from Moondoggies, Thunderpussy, Barrett Martin Group with Jeff Angell, Naked Giants, and True Loves.


The story of a steamplant and the Duwamish

Georgetown steam plant

The Duwamish River powered the Georgetown Steam Plant before industrialists artificially straightened it in the early 1900s. Artist Eirik Johnson's installation "Leviathan Rising" aimed to remember the environment as it was and reconnect the river to the plant it once powered.