Related Program: The Record This Art Walk Thursday, Consider Three Places That May Soon Be Gone By Bill Radke & Posey Gruener • Apr 6, 2016 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / 6:55 Bill Radke speaks with Jen Graves, art critic for The Stranger, about where to go and what to see at the first Thursday Art Walk this April in Seattle. Tags: artslifeJen GravesTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content What Do You Miss From Old Seattle? By Bill Radke & Matt Martin • Apr 4, 2016 Courtesy of Ghost of Seattle Past/Jaimee Garbacik Listen Listening... / 6:22 Bill Radke speaks with Jaimee Garbacik about The Ghosts of Seattle Past project. Garbacik is curating an interactive art installation and anthology to preserve the stories of some of Seattle's disappearing places before the memories fade away. Trump Empire Finds Its Roots In Seattle By Bill Radke & Posey Gruener • Apr 5, 2016 Puget Sound Regional Archives Listen Listening... / 6:18 Donald Trump, the presidential candidate, is 100 percent Queens. But his grandfather, Frederick Trump, built his nest egg in the Northwest. Rookie Bellevue Cop Deals With Troubled Kids And Unwelcome Flirting By Amy Radil • Apr 6, 2016 KUOW Photo/Amy Radil Listen Listening... / 5:25 We met Bellevue Officer Stephanie Schendel last year, as she made her way through the Washington state police academy. #Manintree Mom Heartbroken By Years Of Trying To Help Son By Bill Radke & Jason Pagano • Dec 29, 2016 Courtesy of Lisa Gossett Listen Listening... / 8:41 Lisa Gossett was home in Alaska when her sister called about a YouTube video. Gossett’s son had climbed an 80-foot sequoia tree in downtown Seattle, stayed there for 25 hours and inspired an international hashtag, #manintree.