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Coming up on The Record, 7/24: the panhandling ban in Arlington and food-sharing online

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Seattle Tradition
2:43 pm
Fri June 20, 2014

Getting Ready For The Fremont Solstice Parade

A float at a past year's Solstice Parade in Fremont.
KUOW Photo/Bond Huberman

David Hyde talks to Fremont Solstice Parade float makers, organizers and a marching band as they get ready for the big event. 

Public Nudity
2:43 pm
Fri June 20, 2014

How Naked Is ‘Legally’ Naked At Fremont Solstice Parade?

These Solstic Parade participants, scantily clad as they may be, don't have to worry about nudity laws. But what about the famous bicyclists?
KUOW Photo/Bond Huberman

Marcie Sillman talks with attorney Lance Fryrear about when you can, and when you can't, be naked in Seattle.

Online Privacy
2:42 pm
Fri June 20, 2014

Is It Possible To Change What Google Reveals About You?

Flickr Photo/Robert Scoble (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman talks with University of Washington professor Joe Janes about online reputation management.

Week In Review
12:49 pm
Fri June 20, 2014

Redskins, Rideshare Caps, Seattle Schools Superintendent: All On the Way Out?

Flickr Photo/Keith Allison (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Seattle’s school superintendent might go to Sacramento. Rideshare companies can deploy all the drivers they want. The Seattle Times takes a new angle on sports coverage as the Washington Redskins patent is dissolved. Seattle City Light planted puff pieces about itself online. No surprise, Seattle traffic is bad.

And the official Seattle song you’ve never heard.

KUOW's Bill Radke recaps those stories and more news of the week with Civic Cocktail’s Joni Balter, C.R. Douglas of Q13 FOX News, and LiveWire's Luke Burbank.

Wage Debate
3:41 pm
Thu June 19, 2014

Cities Look To Lure Away Seattle Businesses After $15 Wage Hike

David Hyde interviews Carl Adrian, president of the Tri-City Development Council. He has a message to Seattle entrepreneurs that want to relocate due to the hike in the minimum wage here: "We're open for business."

Rebuilding Iraq
3:41 pm
Thu June 19, 2014

As Violence Continues, U.S. Weighs The Options In Iraq

Kenneth Pollack, senior fellow at the Saban Center for Middle East Policy.
Flickr Photo/Miller Center (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman talks to Kenneth Pollack, senior fellow at the Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution, about President Obama's remarks on Iraq Thursday morning.

Performing Arts
3:40 pm
Thu June 19, 2014

Working Towards A New Theater By, For And About Black Americans

Tyrone Brown outside ACT Theatre
Credit courtesy ACT Theatre

When Tyrone Brown was a kid, just six or seven years old, his mom took him to Seattle's 5th Avenue Theater for a performance of the long-running musical, "Annie."

"She actually just dropped me off at the theater and let me watch it by myself," Brown says.

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Seattle History
3:40 pm
Thu June 19, 2014

When Gay Kids Had To Sneak Around For Counseling

Representatives for Seattle Counseling Services at a Seattle gay pride event.
Flickr Photo/Derrick Coetzee (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman talks to Ann McGettigan, executive director of Seattle Counseling Service, about the history of the organization and her role in the LGBT community. The program was founded in 1969, when its founder noticed that there were runaways in Pioneer Square -- many of them had been kicked out of their homes. 

Environmental Health
2:22 pm
Thu June 19, 2014

Pregnant Women Should Eat More Fish, Unless It Was Caught In Puget Sound

Flickr Photo/Rob Bixby (CC-BYC-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman speaks with Bill Daniell, an associate professor at the UW's School of Public Health, about Washington's fish consumption rate — a little number that has a big impact.

News From Canada
2:51 pm
Wed June 18, 2014

Canadian PM Harper Approves Northern Gateway Pipeline

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
Flickr Photo/The Prime Minister's Office (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman gets an update on the latest news from Canada with Vancouver Sun columnist Vaughn Palmer, including an update on the Northern Gateway Pipeline and a teacher strike in British Columbia.

WWII Entertainers
2:51 pm
Wed June 18, 2014

Author Lisa See And The 'Chop Suey Circuit'

Credit Lisa See's book "China Dolls."

Marcie Sillman interviews author Lisa See about her book, "China Dolls." It is a fictional account of Asian-American entertainers in the late 1930s through WWII that were apart of the so-called "Chop Suey Circuit."

Sports
2:51 pm
Wed June 18, 2014

Did The U.S. Patent Office Just Mark The End Of Indian Mascots?

A Washington Redskins helmet.
Flickr Photo/Keith Allison (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman talks with Jay Rosenstein, journalism professor and producer of "In Whose Honor?", about the history of Indian mascots and the significance of the U.S. patent's office cancelation of the Washington Redskins' trademark.

Controversial Project
2:50 pm
Wed June 18, 2014

Robobees: The Future Of Pollination Or Mini Spies?

Several RoboBees sit on the ground next to a penny, while another is held in tweezers with the wings activated.
From Wikipedia

Marcie Sillman talks with Aljazeera America journalist Kaelyn Forde about her story on the RoboBees Project and why some environmentalists want to stop it.

Public Response
10:01 am
Wed June 18, 2014

How Are You Getting By?

Wikimedia Commons

Investigative Report
3:26 pm
Tue June 17, 2014

Rural Americans Waiting On Police In Emergencies

Flickr Photo/John Russell (CC-BY-NC-ND)

Marcie Sillman talks with Les Zaitz, investigative reporter with The Oregonian, about his series on rural policing in Oregon.

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