Related Program: The Record Seattle Museum Teaches Tolerance Through Stories Of The Holocaust By Kim Malcolm & Amina Al-Sadi • Oct 15, 2015 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Starving prisoners in Mauthausen camp liberated on 5 May 1945. Public Domain Listen Listening... / 6:58 Kim Malcolm talks to Dee Simon, executive director of The Holocaust Center for Humanity, Seattle's first Holocaust museum, about why she works to share the story of the genocide. Tags: lifehistoryTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content A Century Of Dance Saved At The University Of Washington By Marcie Sillman • Oct 15, 2015 University of Washington/Steve Korn Listen Listening... / 5:55 One of the things that’s so exciting about dance is one of the things that can be most frustrating: Dance is ephemeral. It’s live, it’s in the moment, and then, poof, that dance you’ve just seen is a memory. Harvard Educated? King County Candidate Exaggerates Resume By Paige Browning • Oct 13, 2015 Screenshot of King County Voters' Pamphlet Listen Listening... / 1:43 A candidate running for King County elections director is apologizing over information in her voter pamphlet bio. Julie Wise has clarified her education background after being criticized for exaggerating it. Seattle's District 4 Candidates Are Becoming BFFs By Ross Reynolds & Allie Ferguson & Isolde Raftery • Oct 14, 2015 KUOW Photo/Isolde Raftery Listen Listening... / 7:11 Outside the radio booth, Seattle City Council candidates Michael Maddux and Rob Johnson look like they could be brothers. Easy smiles. Blue tops. Johnson rides the bus; Maddux rides his bike. They joke that that their main difference is crew necks versus V-necks. Contaminated Soil Lingers Where Apples Once Grew By Tony Schick, Courtney Flatt • Oct 15, 2015 YAKIMA, Wash. -- At homes and day care centers throughout Central Washington, children play in yards contaminated with lead and arsenic. The state’s Department of Ecology knows about this, and has for decades. But many parents and caregivers still do not, despite the risks these chemicals pose specifically to children.