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Coming up on The Record, 4/23: Washington's health care enrollment results, survivor of the South Park attacks opens up, and challenges facing caregivers

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Olympic Games
3:31 pm
Thu January 16, 2014

Is Russia Ready For The Winter Olympics?

The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, will start February 7.
Flickr Photo/Ryan Lejbak

Marcie Sillman discusses the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics with Jill Dougherty, former CNN foreign affairs correspondent.

Dougherty spoke at the University of Washington's Ellison Center about the state of Russia and U.S. affairs.

Sports
3:31 pm
Thu January 16, 2014

Seahawks One Win Away From Reaching Super Bowl

The Seattle Seahawks host the San Francisco 49ers at CenturyLink Field on Sunday, Jan. 19.
Flickr Photo/Mike Morris

Marcie Sillman talks with Seattle Times columnist Jerry Brewer about the Seattle Seahawks' chances of reaching the Super Bowl.

Dance
6:00 am
Thu January 16, 2014

Olivier Wevers: Making Dance On A Whim

Choreographer Olivier Wevers works with a dancer on one of his contemporary pieces.
Credit Courtesy of Bamberg Fine Art

Olivier Wevers remembers the first time he took a dance class; It ended badly. Wevers' mother found her very young son crying at the side of the dance studio.

"They gave me tights to wear," Wevers said. "I wanted a tutu."

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Aerospace
4:06 pm
Wed January 15, 2014

Interstate Battle For Boeing 777X Wing Production

Everett, Moses Lake, Spokane and Frederickson are currently among the four locations vying for Boeing’s wing work.
Flickr Photo/Chuck Taylor (CC BY-NC-ND)

Ross Reynolds talks with Pierce County Executive Pat McCarthy about the aerospace industry in the South Sound, and what makes it an appealing place to build the Boeing 777X wing.

Internet Service
4:06 pm
Wed January 15, 2014

What Net Neutrality Court Ruling Means For Consumers

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit rejected the Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality rules on Tuesday.
Flickr Photo/Jonathan Moreau

Marcie Sillman talks with CNET News senior writer Maggie Reardon about Tuesday's federal appeals court decision that says Internet service providers aren't required to treat all Internet traffic equally.

Politics
4:04 pm
Wed January 15, 2014

The State Of Our State With Governor Inslee

Washington state Governor Jay Inslee.
Jay Inslee's Facebook page.

Ross Reynolds talks with Governor Jay Inslee about his priorities for the year. The governor also takes questions from our listeners.

News From Canada
10:50 am
Wed January 15, 2014

Neil Young‘s Opposition To Oil Sand Mining In Canada

Musician and Canadian Neil Young.
Flickr Photo/NRK P3

Marcie Sillman talks over the news from Canada with Vancouver Sun columnist Vaughn Palmer, including Neil Young’s environmental stance, issues with the flu season, and effects of the latest exchange rate.

Labor
10:37 am
Wed January 15, 2014

Machinists Head Steps Down: 'Your Job Should Not Destroy Your Health'

Tom Wroblewski, pictured in 2012, has stepped down as president of the local Machinists union. The Machinists narrowly approved a Boeing contract on Jan. 3.
Credit Photo IAM District 751

The drama over the Boeing 777X jet has claimed its first casualty.

Tom Wroblewski, president of the Machinists Union District Lodge 751, announced on Tuesday night that he is retiring to a small group of elected representatives from local lodges. His last day is Jan. 31.

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'Thrills, Chills And Daring'
6:00 am
Wed January 15, 2014

A Circus Of Middle-Aged Women

Members of Vashon Island's 50 Sense Circus rehearse for a performance.
Credit From 50 Sense Circus' Facebook page.

You've probably seen a circus at some point in your life: maybe it was the traditional three-ring extravaganza, or perhaps a glitzy Cirque de Soleil performance with aerialists.

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Health
4:29 pm
Tue January 14, 2014

Washington State Democrats: Health Plans Should Include Abortion Coverage

Rep. Laurie Jinkins
Washington State Legislature

Marcie Sillman interviews Washington state Representative Laurie Jinkins (D-Tacoma) about the Reproductive Parity Act

Politics
4:18 pm
Tue January 14, 2014

Washington Lawmaker Hopes To Make Lobbying More Transparent

Rep. Jim Moeller
Washington State Legislature

Ross Reynolds checks in with Washington state Representative Jim Moeller (D-Vancouver) about a proposed bill that would require lobbyists to electronically document all expenses spent on "wooing" state lawmakers in a searchable public database.

State Government
4:16 pm
Tue January 14, 2014

House Passes Washington DREAM Act, But Will The Senate Take It Up?

The Washington State Capitol in Olympia.
Flickr Photo/Alan Cordova

Ross Reynolds talks with Senator David Frockt (D-Seattle) as the Washington State DREAM Act heads to the State Senate. The House already approved the bill, less known as HB1817, on Monday.

Author Interview
3:09 pm
Tue January 14, 2014

Joseph Cirincione On The Threat Of 'Nuclear Nightmares'

Author Joseph Cirincione in the KUOW studios.
KUOW Photo/Jeannie Yandel

Ross Reynolds talks with author Joseph Cirincione about his latest book “Nuclear Nightmares: Securing the World Before It Is Too Late.” 

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South Sudan Conflict
3:05 pm
Tue January 14, 2014

Leaving Home, Local Refugee On The Conflict In South Sudan

The conflict in South Sudan has displaced thousands of people from their homes.
Flickr Photo/European Commission DG ECHO

Marcie Sillman speaks with Moses Monynhial Dut, a student and maintenance engineer for Seattle's Smith Tower, about his journey out of South Sudan and how he views the conflict today.

Art Walk
6:00 am
Tue January 14, 2014

Exploring Seattle’s Vast Underground Public Art Collection

Curator Deborah Paine in the storage facility for Seattle's Portable Works Collection.
Credit KUOW Photo/Arwen Nicks

Seattle's got art. A lot of it. You've probably seen at least some of the city's vast public art holdings: sculptures in public library branches, decorative paving tiles on the sidewalks, the giant murals in the downtown bus tunnel.

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