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The Record: Tuesday, May 3, full show

May 3, 2016
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The Seattle City Council surprised a lot of people yesterday by voting down a proposal to close a street in Sodo for a new sports arena. Seattle Times investigative reporter Geoff Baker was one of the people who was surprised by how the vote went down. We'll find out what happened.

Also, local Bernie Sanders supporters met a new voice in Washington state politics recently. We'll hear his backstory.

And if you're trying to figure out what book you need to read next, we have help. Nancy Pearl is here with a recommendation.

The Record: Monday, May 2, full show

May 2, 2016
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Jean Enersen worked 42 years as a KING 5 news anchor. She sits down with us to describe how life in the newsroom, especially for women, has changed in that time.

And speaking of women, why is your phone assistant a female voice?

Also, UW pulled a controversial graphic showing the the dos and don'ts for cheerleaders' tryout looks. WSU kept theirs up. We ask the coach why.

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The viaduct is closing tomorrow for two weeks and it means you can play ping pong at Westlake park.

Also, the outcry over Bellevue High School's football recruiting spotlights a bigger problem; sports are way too important in our schools. So says our guest later this hour.

And Capitol Hill is changing and putting a landmark of outreach to gay teenagers at risk.

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Bellevue High School dominates Washington state football. But did they break the rules?

Also, why wouldn't you take paid parental leave if you have it coming? Because your boss and co-workers will penalize you for it.

And a Seattle researcher thinks he knows what causes Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and he's working on preventing it.

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The Record: Tuesday, April 26, full show

Apr 26, 2016

Why are some local parents just now finding out that their kids school drinking water tested high for lead almost a year ago?

Also, you'll meet a Seattle chef who used to think he couldn't make a living cooking high end southern food.

Plus Tony Ventrella running for congress and what the new concert lineup tells you about Bumbershoot. 

The Record: Monday, April 25, full show

Apr 25, 2016
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We get the latest on whether there is lead in your drinking water or not.

Also, we'll meet a woman whose soldier husband was killed in Afghanistan. She didn't have the option of falling apart, she had little children to care for. So she found a way to grieve and move forward.

And, when is it OK for a white chef to get rich and famous cooking the food of another culture?

The Record: Thursday, April 21, Full Show

Apr 21, 2016
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Today on The Record you'll hear a tribute to Prince from a Seattle writer and self-described black weirdo. Also, we'll explore the flap over a proposed new mosque in Mukilteo. And we talk to the Seattle-based author of "Weed: A User's Guide."

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Washington state loves Bernie Sanders. But after yesterday's New York defeat, is it time to let Bernie go? We'll have that debate.

Speaking of a Democratic socialist, is Seattle as progressive as we think we are? You'll learn about the story of our lefty reputation.

And how much of the Bellevue High School football investigation is about improper recruiting and how much is it about race?

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