Arts and Entertainment
Mon May 13, 2013
This Week In Olympia, What Makes A Good Death, And The Onlies
This Week In Olympia
The state legislature begins its special session today. Everett Herald reporter Jerry Cornfield joins us with a look at what to expect.
What Makes A Good Death?
Retired pulmonary and critical care doctor, Jim deMaine, has seen his fair share of good and bad deaths. He shares his views on making a good and peaceful exit.
The Music Of The Onlies
Samantha Braman, Riley Calcagno and Leo Shannon have been playing fiddle since they were 6, 4 and 5, respectively. Now 10 years later they’ve released their first full-length CD, "Setting Out To Sea." As freshmen at Garfield High School, The Onlies play their folk string music at concerts, festivals, weddings, dances; busking from Port Townsend to Portland, Ore. They’ve been a band for five years, creating original fiddle-driven music as well as traditional Celtic, old-time, American and Canadian inspired tunes.