Related Program: The Record As $15 Phases In, Can Seattle Hang On To Its Blue Collar Roots? By Marcie Sillman & Andy Hurst • Feb 12, 2015 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Demonstrators in Seattle form a human chain around City Hall in support of a $15 minimum wage in April 2014. KUOW Photo/Deborah Wang Listen Listening... / 6:35 Marcie Sillman talks with Seattle City Councilmember Mike O'Brien about the potential impact of the $15 minimum wage on Seattle's manufacturing sector. Tags: minimum wagebusinessgovernmentlaborSeattle City CouncilTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Will The Rising Minimum Wage Drive Manufacturers Out Of Seattle? By Marcie Sillman & Andy Hurst • Feb 9, 2015 Flickr Photo/Tom Check (CC-BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 2:51 Marcie Sillman talks with David Burroughs, vice chairman of Cascade Designs, about how Seattle's rising minimum wage is affecting his business. What To Do About Seattle's Terrible Commute? Hack It By Carolyn Adolph • Feb 11, 2015 KUOW Photo/Carolyn Adolph Listen Listening... / 2:09 Seattle’s strong growth means full buses and congested roads. The City of Seattle says maybe it should also mean more help for commuters. It’s holding a hackathon, bringing people together to build new tools that can help everyone get around. You’ve Never Heard These Odd Instruments Hidden At UW By Marcie Sillman • Sep 3, 2015 KUOW Photo/Daniel Berman Listen Listening... / 8:16 KUOW's Marcie Sillman interviews Charles Corey, guardian of Harry Partch's unique instruments. The door to room 5 at the University of Washington School of Music is solid wood, nothing to distinguish it from other classrooms. But inside this cramped space is a collection of unusual instruments, handcrafted to play one man’s music. Demonstrators Protest Pasco Police Shooting By Anna King • Feb 11, 2015 Listen Listening... / Demonstrators gathered in Pasco, Washington, Wednesday afternoon, to protest the fatal police shooting of a man killed after allegedly throwing rocks on Tuesday night.