Newcomers vie for your vote in Seattle City Council Districts 1 & 3 🗳️

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District 1 candidates hold heated debate

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Seattle City Council District 1 candidates Maren Costa and Rob Saka share their backgrounds, endorsements, and more with City Inside/Out’s Brian Callanan leading up to November’s general election. Watch the debate to learn more about the candidates' plans for West Seattle, Pioneer Square, Georgetown, and beyond. 


District 3 candidates debate housing, transportation, and your vote

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“You shouldn’t need a gallon of gas to get a gallon of milk.” Seattle City Council District 3 candidates Joy Hollinsgworth and Alex Hudson joined Brian Callanan on City Inside/Out to debate ahead of the general election in which voters will choose who will replace outgoing Councilmember Kshama Sawant.


Seattle Tattoo Expo leaves its mark

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Where can you see some of the country’s greatest tattoo artists work their magic on customers right before your eyes, catch a live concert, and enjoy burlesque all in one place? The Seattle Tattoo Expo, of course. We collected some highlights to get us excited for next year’s expo, slated for August 2024.


“Make mistakes but make amends.”

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"To call me out is an act of love." Dr. Elizabeth "Dori" Tunstall spoke about her book "Decolonizing Design: A Cultural Justice Guidebook" and its implications for our day-to-day lives and society.


Rev. Ben McBride crafts belonging

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"We need new stories about how we navigate this new world.” Author of “Troubling the Water,” Rev. Ben McBride is used to discomfort and used to pushing through it toward a reality where everyone feels like they belong. He says the key question is not how the world can change, but how we can change ourselves.