Related Program: The Record What To Do With Underused Churches? By Bill Radke & Matt Martin • Nov 23, 2015 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Nathan Marion stands on stage at the Fremont Abbey during a community concert. Courtesy of Abbey Arts/ Eratosthenes Fackenthall Listen Listening... / 4:07 Bill Radke takes a tour of the Fremont Abbey with Abbey Arts director Nathan Marion, who explained why he believes community art spaces improve public health. Tags: artslifereligion and faithTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content How Bingo Saved This Seattle Man's Life By Ruby de Luna • Nov 22, 2015 KUOW Photo/Ruby de Luna Listen Listening... / 2:16 When Bernie Sadowski first came to the Ballard Senior Center in 2009, he didn’t care about life. His wife of 50 years had died. Typo Might Save Washington’s Statewide Rail-To-Trail Route By Paige Browning • Nov 23, 2015 Flickr Photo/Gene Bisbee on Flickr (CC BY 2.0)/HTTP://BIT.LY/1MQCGBG Listen Listening... / 2:42 Because of a wording error, the John Wayne Pioneer Trail remains the country’s longest rail-to-trail corridor – running 230 miles from King County to the Idaho state line. And trail users see this as a chance to keep it that way. Guess Who's Helping Seattle Homeless Veterans? Syrian Refugees By Liz Jones • Nov 22, 2015 KUOW photo/Liz Jones Listen Listening... / 2:04 The debate about resettling Syrian refugees has some people asking, “Why don’t we use that money on homeless veterans instead?” We asked homeless veterans in downtown Seattle what they thought. Where Do Seattle-Area Crows Go At Night? By Ashley Ahearn • Nov 26, 2015 KCTS9 Photo/Ken Christensen Listen Listening... / 7:23 Listener Lauren Linscheid of Seattle sees crows flying every day toward Lake City Way. “I want to know where they’re going and why,” Lauren told KUOW’s Local Wonder team. We sent reporter Ashley Ahearn to investigate.