Related Program: The Record Nancy Pearl Picks A Posthumous Memoir By Marcie Sillman & Jason Pagano • Mar 8, 2016 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Paul Kalanithi's 'When Breath Becomes Air' KUOW Photo/Isolde Raftery Listen Listening... / 4:17 Marcie Sillman talks with "Book Lust" author Nancy Pearl about her pick of the week, "When Breath Becomes Air," by Paul Kalanithi. Tags: artsbooksNancy PearlTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Eating Disorders In The Military: ‘No One Understands This’ By Patricia Murphy • Mar 7, 2016 Courtesy of Theresa Larson Listen Listening... / 5:10 Marine Lt. Theresa Larson was forcing herself to vomit as many as five times a day when she was medically evacuated out of Fallujah, Iraq. The problem had started back at Camp Pendleton in California, but Larson was doing her job and keeping it together, so the very few people who knew about it backed her up. Kirkland Walkers Want Long-Term Relationship With Temporary Trail By Joshua McNichols • Mar 8, 2016 KUOW Photo/Joshua McNichols Listen Listening... / 5:43 All over the region, undeveloped open spaces face enormous pressure. In Kirkland, the pressure for more mass transit is butting up against green space that filled a spiritual need some Kirkland residents didn’t even know they had. Are Seattle Daycares Prepared For The Big One? By Ann Dornfeld • Mar 3, 2016 KUOW Photo/Ann Dornfeld Listen Listening... / 6:43 For parents in the Seattle area, the idea of a big earthquake is scary enough. But what happens if a disaster strikes when your children are in daycare? State law requires child care centers train their staff – and children in their care – in what to do in an emergency. But a KUOW analysis has found that some daycare centers are out of compliance year after year – even in the Seattle neighborhoods most vulnerable to earthquake. Artists Are Taking Over The Empty Capitol Hill Value Village (For Now) By Marcie Sillman • Mar 7, 2016 KUOW Photo/Marcie Sillman Listen Listening... / 4:25 Capitol Hill has more artists and arts groups per capita than any almost any other Seattle neighborhood. Now some of those artists have a new place to work, at least temporarily. Last month city officials announced that the vacant Value Village store in the Pike-Pine corridor would re-open as V2 Arts Space under the management of Velocity Dance Center.