The Fight Against Fentanyl

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“The Fight Against Fentanyl” explores nuanced response

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“We can get better...We matter. We just need the right support. We just need one person to believe in us.” Seattle Channel documentary “The Fight Against Fentanyl” covers a brief history of how the drug became so prevalent and shares the firsthand experiences of emergency responders, policy experts, people who’ve struggled with addiction, and more.


Join us for Seattle University Conversations

Seattle University Conversations 10/30/23

Seattle University Conversations is back with U.S. Rep. Adam Smith and Dr. Umair A. Shah, Washington's Secretary of Health, discussing individual mental health issues and how they affect the broader political dialogue. Join us Monday, Oct. 30, at 6:30 p.m. in Pigott Auditorium at Seattle University. Learn more and register to get free tickets.


Small business finds a home in downtown Seattle

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"We would not be here if it wasn't for this program." The Downtown Activation Plan (DAP) is the city's mission to help workers, visitors, and residents feel welcome in downtown Seattle. Part of that plan is Seattle Restored, which supports local businesses while filling vacant storefronts. 


The Georgetown Morgue delivers thrills, chills, and community aid 👻🍎

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The Georgetown Morgue Haunted House has become a Seattle Halloween staple thanks to its history as a funeral home, mortuary, and crematory, but it's also earning a reputation as an organization that supports the community.


Councilmembers get into budgets, new tech, and more

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Seattle City Council budget committee chair Teresa Mosqueda and public safety committee chair Lisa Herbold joined City Inside/Out Host Brian Callanan to discuss budget season, law enforcement, and more.


Local artist lets materials take the lead 🎨

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Wynia Lang brings the outside in and makes the microscopic massive. 🌿🖌️💧 Her multimedia work entrances, amazes, and seems to shift and change like the organic material it reflects – sometimes even surprising Lang herself. 


“Vanishing Maps” follows family drama across the world

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A hairdresser, a revolutionary, and a baker span three generations of a Cuban American family who don’t always see eye-to-eye. Cristina García's latest novel “Vanishing Maps” is the follow up to “Dreaming in Cuban,” and features a mother-daughter trip back to Cuba in which, García says, “mischief and mayhem ensue.” 


The free, curated arts magazine near you 🖌️

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Artists featured in the magazine PublicDisplay.ART recommend other artists for future issues, making it an artist-curated product that truly reflects the relationships in Seattle’s art community. It's delivered every two months to each Seattle Public Library branch and probably your neighborhood coffee shop, too!