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Arts & Entertainment
10:00 am
Tue February 12, 2013

Chat Room: Grammys Awarded, Bushes Hacked, Soderbergh Out

Portland musician Esperanza Spalding accepts the jazz vocal album for "Radio Music Society" at the 55th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013, in Los Angeles.
Credit Photo by John Shearer/Invision/AP

More than 28 million people tuned in to watch the Grammy Awards — how much do the Grammy's actually have to do with music? Bush family photos are posted online after a hacker breaks into several private email accounts. What kind of a window is it into the former president’s life, and is it a window we should be caught looking through? Also, director Steven Soderbergh says he's retiring from filmmaking. What legacy does he leave behind and how does film fit into the storytelling medium today? Northwest Film Forum’s Lyall Bush, singer and songwriter Rachel Flotard and Three Imaginary Girls co-founder and editor Liz Riley join us to discuss the week's art and culture news.

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Northwest Business News
10:00 am
Wed January 2, 2013

Canada, Commerce And Culture: NW Business News And Films At MOHAI

Victoria Times-Colonist columnist Les Leyne brings us the latest news from Canada. Film critic Robert Horton shares some of the movie offerings at Seattle's newly reopened Museum of History and Industry. Then, Michael Parks looks at Amazon's big 2012, Microsoft's make-or-break 2013 and what Boeing's backlog means for the region's employment.

Movies
9:00 am
Wed December 26, 2012

Robert Horton's Best Movies Of 2012

Batman, Bilbo, Bond: Box-office success stories, but are they 2012's best movies?
Credit courtesy Warner Bros. Entertainment, New Line Cinema, MGM

What was the best movie of 2012? The year saw the return of Batman, Bilbo and Bond, but box office blowout doesn't mean it's the best movie. Where would you rank "Moonrise Kingdom, "Lincoln" or "Beasts of the Southern Wild?" Let's look back on Celluloid 2012 with film critic Robert Horton.

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Commentary
10:00 am
Wed October 31, 2012

Canada, Culture And Commerce: Scary Movies With Robert Horton

A scene from <em>Nosferatu</em>, 1922.
Credit Wikipedia

Vancouver Sun columnist Vaughn Palmer explores how Washington state's election results would effect British Columbia and Canada, Robert Horton talks scary movies, and Michael Parks reviews the latest economic numbers.

Film
1:11 pm
Wed October 3, 2012

Steven Bender: Films Of The Mexican-American Experience

Steven Bender is a law professor at Seattle University. He writes about the policies and issues involving Mexican–Americans. And, he’s also kind of obsessed with deconstructing popular culture messages about the lives and experiences of Latinos, because he’s seen a lot of negative stereotypes. Professor Bender talked with KUOW's Jamala Henderson about watching three films that present a more nuanced portrayal of Mexicans and the Mexican–American experience.

Cheech and Chong, "Born in East LA"

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