Seattle general election results roll in, experts share predictions and next steps

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Are Seattle's politics shifting? Experts weigh in on early vote count.

City Inside/Out host Brian Callanan and guests

After a heated election season in Seattle, early results suggest a political shift to the center. Reporter Erica C. Barnett, pollster Stuart Elway, and University of Washington Prof. Gregg Colburn share takeaways from election night. 


Author reveals true story behind "We Are Not Strangers"

Illustrated scene with Seattle Central District sign in foreground, street, shops, people walking behind

Josh Tuininga’s graphic novel “We Are Not Strangers” is based on the true story of his uncle’s grandfather, a Sephardic Jewish immigrant in Seattle who helped his Japanese American neighbors when the U.S. government incarcerated them during World War II.


Museum of Flight exhibit soars with the awe, joy & love of flight 🎨✈️

View of person sitting in row of three theater seats from behind facing light art on two walls

Creative vision and aerospace engineering merge in Museum of Flight's “Art and Flight" exhibit. The group show highlights the prominence of both fields in our region and explores the concept of flight from a range of artistic perspectives. The exhibit runs now through Jan. 7, 2024.


Peek behind the curtain at Seattle Rep's "Little Women"

Seattle Rep employees work on "Little Women" costumes

The costuming for the Seattle Rep's fresh adaption of Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women" is something to behold in and of itself. Art Zone got a behind-the-scenes look at how it all comes together.


Thousands gather for Paddle to Muckleshoot

Aerial picture of beach with canoes lined up and people standing in circle

It’s National American Indian Heritage Month and we’re highlighting this summer’s Paddle to Muckleshoot. Thousands of Native people came together to pay homage to their ancestors who once paddled these waters and to stand in solidarity for the preservation of sovereignty and treaty rights in their communities.


Look, Listen + Learn shares lessons on loss

A boy with an orange shirt sits next to woman with glasses and gray shirt on couch in library, she holds book titled "Lost Things"

With some crafting, reading, and musical help from friends, Auntie Lena and Possum talk about how hard it can be to lose something special to us, and how even if we never find it, it could be doing good somewhere else.