Related Program: The Record Will The Rising Minimum Wage Drive Manufacturers Out Of Seattle? By Marcie Sillman & Andy Hurst • Feb 9, 2015 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email If you're a Northwest camper, chances are some of your gear, like your camp stove or sleeping pad, was manufactured in Seattle by Cascade Designs. Flickr Photo/Tom Check (CC-BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 2:51 Marcie Sillman talks with David Burroughs, vice chairman of Cascade Designs, about how Seattle's rising minimum wage is affecting his business. Tags: minimum wagegovernmentbusinesslaborTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Cancer Parents Say Anti-Vaxxers Put Their Kids At Risk By Isolde Raftery • Feb 5, 2015 KUOW Photo/Isolde Raftery Owain Weinert, at age 8, hadn’t been eating breakfast and was sleeping 12 to 14 hours a night. For months, mysterious fevers came and went. His mother took him to the pediatrician, who in turn sent them to a lab for a blood test. They then went to lunch, which Owain didn’t eat. This Seattle Symphony Piece Inspired Taylor Swift By Marcie Sillman & Isolde Raftery • Dec 4, 2015 MELANIE BURFORD FOR NPR MUSIC Listen Listening... / 8:50 KUOW's Marcie Sillman interviewed John Luther Adams after he won the Pulitzer Prize for his piece, "Become Ocean." A Grammy-winning recording by the Seattle Symphony has caught Taylor Swift’s ear: The pop star just donated $50,000 to the symphony after hearing its performance of “Become Ocean.” Swift wrote to symphony music director Ludovic Morlot praising the composition and reminiscing about going to her local symphony with her grandmother. Demand For Section 8 Housing Off The Charts In King County By Ross Reynolds & Andy Hurst • Feb 6, 2015 Listen Listening... / 4:33 Ross Reynolds talks with Stephen Norman, executive director of King County Housing Authority, about the affordable housing crisis in King County. Northwest Indie Rock Fans Rejoice: Sleater-Kinney Returns To Stage By Jessica Robinson • Feb 9, 2015 Listen Listening... / Sleater-Kinney, a band that helped define the Northwest's indie rock scene begins a much-anticipated tour this weekend, starting in Spokane on Sunday, then moving on to Boise on Monday.