David Hyde hears from Carlos Padilla, a 21-year-old undocumented immigrant and co-founder of the Washington Dream Act Coalition. The Washington state Senate is expected to pass the REAL Hope Act on Friday. The bill would allow undocumented immigrant college students to be eligible for need-based financial aid.
Seahawks fever, 12th man frenzy, pure football mania: Call it what you will, but the majority of our town has been buzzing with enthusiasm. Friends of KUOW talk about what it feels like to have a Super Bowl-bound team.
David Hyde talks with Dumi Maraire, curator of "Through The Eyes of Art" and hip-hop artist. Seattle's Experience Music Project is kicking off Black History Month with music and art that looks at how the city has changed and the role of gentrification.
Steve Scher talks with state Senator Barbara Bailey, R-Oak Harbor, about the passage of the Senate Republican's version of the DREAM Act called the REAL Hope Act. Bailey is chair of the Senate Higher Education Committee.
Steve Scher talks with Nancy Pearl about two books that explores the relationship between writers and alcohol.
"The Trip To Echo Spring: On Writers and Drinking" by Olivia Laing explores the role that alcohol played in the lives of six great American male writers: F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Tennessee Williams, John Berryman, John Cheever and Raymond Carver.
She also recommends an older book, "Drinking, A Love Story" by Caroline Knapp, which helps a reader understand addiction.
By Max Hutton and Chris Otey and Isaac Noren and Katherine Sims and Nina Tran and Rachel Lam and RadioActive Youth Media
We throw toast at the Rocky Horror Picture Show, hear what people on the street think about the movement for LGBTQ rights, and learn about the fight to integrate LGBTQ support groups into local Catholic schools. This month's podcast features stories about people who are stepping outside of their comfort zones and finding supportive communities.