Related Program: The Record Is the mythical 'Tanis' hidden right under Seattle's nose? By Posey Gruener & Bill Radke • Apr 27, 2016 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Courtesy of Terry Miles, Pacific Northwest Stories Network Listen Listening... / 8:38 Bill Radke speaks with Terry Miles, executive producer of the podcast Tanis, about chasing the myth of Tanis and why some think it may be hidden near the Puget Sound. Tags: artsTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Is there really a giant octopus under the Tacoma Narrows Bridge? By Cathy Duchamp • Apr 19, 2016 Illustration by Tom Dougherty Listen Listening... / 7:07 Douglass Brown was 15 when he saw a giant tentacle emerge from Puget Sound. He was in Tacoma, walking down the beach with a girl he liked. Then he looked out at the water. A slow goodbye at Seattle's elegant Exeter House By Ruby de Luna • Apr 25, 2016 KUOW Photo/Bond Huberman Listen Listening... / 5:03 Exeter House in downtown Seattle was built as an apartment hotel for elegant living in the 1920s. It was part of a construction boom downtown at the time. Who should 'run water' before drinking in Seattle, and other lead questions By Paige Browning • Apr 25, 2016 Seattle Public Utilities Listen Listening... / 2:16 Seattle Public Utilities staff explained their advice for residents to the Seattle City Council on Monday. Here are the takeaways: What's the problem? Is Seattle's drinking water safe? Withholding recess is banned in 10 states. But it's common in Seattle By Ann Dornfeld • Apr 21, 2016 Flickr Photo/Mark Ahlness/CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 http://bit.ly/245Cn9a Listen Listening... / 5:57 This school year, Seattle Public Schools agreed to teachers' union demands for a minimum amount of recess: 30 minutes a day.