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Thoa Nguyen competes on "Beat Bobby Flay."
Courtesy of the Food Network

Marcie Sillman talks with Seattle chef Thoa Nguyen about her long and winding path path to successful Seattle restaurateur. Nguyen filmed a segment on Beat Bobby Flay for the Food Network which will be airing May 14.

Student activists Angela Feng, Sarra Tekola and Alex Lenferna of Divest UW appear before the UW Board of Regents on March 12, 2015 to urge the university to get rid of its coal investments.
KUOW Photo/John Ryan

David Hyde speaks with Vox.com writer David Roberts who says student activists at the UW and elsewhere are changing the debate about climate change by making it a moral issue.

book reading kid
Flickr Photo/Tamara Evans (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman gets the week's reading recommendation from book maven Nancy Pearl, who has chosen "Not This Bear," by Bernice Myers for young readers and "Mr. Pudgins," by Ruth Christoffer Carlsen for ages six to nine. Pearl says both books are laugh-out-loud funny, a perfect trait for a summer book.

Seattle City Hall.
Flickr Photo/Daniel X. O'Neil (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman speaks with Seattle journalist and The C is For Crank blogger Erica C. Barnett about a recent report on gender pay equity for City of Seattle employees.

Jim Willard, Juan Manel and Leobardo Magana worked to adjust irrigation systems for the short water year on a farm outside of Prosser, Wash.
KUOW PHOTO/ANNA KING

Bill Radke talks with reporter Anna King of the Northwest News Network about how farmers in Central Washington are struggling to save water during an extended drought.

blind justice law court
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Marcie Sillman speaks with Paula Littlewood, executive director of the Washington State Bar Association, about a unique Washington program designed to provide more affordable access to legal advice.

Mary Louise Kelly at a talk for her book, "Anonymous Sources," in 2013 hosted by the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
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Kim Malcolm talks to Mary Louise Kelly, a former NPR reporter turned novelist, about her work and the moment she decided to leave her job as a reporter. 

Washington state capitol flag Olympia legislature
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Ross Reynolds talks with KUOW Olympia correspondent Austin Jenkins about lawmakers' progress to a budget deal. 

Pharmacy prescription
Flickr Photo/Mike Mozart (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman talks with University of Washington pharmacy professor Don Downing about a new law that changes how pharmacists will operate in Washington state and why he worked for 15 years to get it passed.

Peanuts
Flickr Photo/Daniella Segura (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman talks to Dr. David Jeong, a pediatric allergist at Virginia Mason Medical Center, about the Seattle Food Allergy Consortium's new recommendations for introducing peanuts into kids' diets after consulting the results of the Learn Early About Peanut study released earlier this year. 

Flickr Photo/Alden Chadwick (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman talks to Edible Seattle editor Tara Austen Weaver about her new memoir, "Orchard House." 

Marcie Sillman talks with Lara Zarowsky, policy director for The Innocence Project Northwest, about why she wants to reform how police departments conduct eye witness identifications.

File photo. apartment housing apt door
Flickr Photo/Matthew Piatt (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Jeannie Yandel speaks with Sahra Muhumed, who made it onto the wait list for King County Housing Authority's Section 8 Program. When the wait list opened earlier this year 22,5000 people applied for only 2,500 spots. Sahra made the cut but she'll have to wait for years before she gets assistance. 

File photo of the Port of Seattle.
Courtesy of the Port of Seattle

Marcie Sillman talks to Mark Szakonyi, executive editor at the Journal of Commerce, about the Northwest Seaport Alliance, a management agreement between the Port of Seattle and Tacoma that is expected to be approved by August.  

When Do Kids Know They’re Transgender? Younger Than You'd Think

May 8, 2015
A drawing by a child in Professor Kristina Olson's study. Olson has found that transgender and non-trans girls have an equally deep sense of their gender identity.
Courtesy of Marlo Mack

When Kristina Olson, a psychology professor at the University of Washington, started looking into research on transgender children, she was surprised. It was thin at best.

Data from decades ago said that 80 percent of transgender kids revert to their born gender, but Olson was skeptical.

So she started the TransYouth Project to track transgender children to adulthood. The project has worked with 65 children across the U.S. and Canada – so far. Some are as young as 3.

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