Remembering a guiding light in PNW's music scene

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County's growing homelessness epidemic sparks calls for results & accountability

An unhoused individual walks in Pioneer Square

The homeless population in King County now exceeds a staggering 53,000 individuals, intensifying the call for accountability and results from the county's regional homelessness authority. Seattle leads the charge, having invested a billion dollars in the past decade. City Inside/Out hosts a discussion with local leaders to address homelessness on a county-wide scale and explore potential solutions.


Local author reunites with life-changing Franklin High School teacher

Black woman with short hair and black turtleneck sits at table next to Asian American man in black vest and ball cap

Ever had a teacher who changed your life? 🍎 For Seattle writer Ron Chew, that teacher is Alice Allen from Franklin High School. In his autobiography "My Unforgotten Seattle," Ron recounts how Alice's encouragement ignited his passion for writing. Watch his heartwarming tribute to the educator who shaped his future.


Remembering Susie Tennant: A guiding light in the Northwest music scene

Suzie Tennant with local musicians

Susie Tennant was a driving force in the Northwest music scene, and her passion and dedication touched countless lives. Art Zone pays tribute to her legacy and the mark she left on the arts and culture communities and the people around her.


Creatives mark 20 years of turning dream into a reality with Ballard art hub

Artist Bronson Shonk

Two decades ago, a group of Seattle artists dared to dream of affordable studio spaces. Now, they celebrate the 20th anniversary of their vision in the vibrant community they've built, known as BallardWorks.


Look, Listen and Learn explores diverse forms of nonverbal communications

Episode of Look, Listen & Learn on sign language

Humans communicate in so many interesting ways, and we're not just talking about different languages! On this episode of "Look, Listen and Learn," Auntie Lena and Possum learn a little sign language, speak through art, and discover some of the ways people communicate without any words at all!