Seattle Kraken and the soundtrack of a hockey game
The Kraken team up with KEXP for a musical score.
Keeping an eye on Covid restrictions, primary elections, and the Olympics, this week
Ross Reynolds reviews the week's news with staff writer at The Stranger, Jasmyne Keimig, publisher of the Washington State Wire, DJ Wilson, and contributing writer at Seattle Gay News, Tacoma Weekly, and Unite Seattle Magazine, Renee Raketty.
The Office of Police Accountability's decision is out, and so is Jeff Bezos. Discussing what comes next, this week
Ross Reynolds reviews the week's news with KUOW reporter Esmy Jimenez, New York Times technology correspondent Karen Weise, and Publicola police accountability reporter Paul Kiefer.
Heart's Nancy Wilson steps out with first solo album
Heart is one of the biggest rock bands to come out of Seattle. It’s led by sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson. Their songs, including "Barracuda," "Crazy on You" and "Magic Man" ruled the airwaves for decades. But now, Nancy Wilson is going solo.
The power of self-deception: Why and how our brains deceive us
"In any given moment the human eye takes in about a billion bits of information. The brain discards the vast majority of that information, and processes about 40 bits of information."
See Great Blue Heron at Ballard Locks!
Heron Habitat Helpers keep the space hospitable
Weekend arts & culture picks: Folklife, Nordic sights, and live music in-person
Considering potential police reform policies, eviction bans, and summer plans this week
Ross Reynolds reviews the weeks' news with The Stranger staff writer Jasmyne Keimig, SCC Insight founder and writer Kevin Schofield, and The Seattle City Club's Civic Cocktail host Joni Balter.
May 27th | Why you might see a fridge when you walk through your neighborhood
Take a stroll around your neighborhood and you might come across a refrigerator on the street. It's not waiting to be recycled, it's part of the mutual aid group Seattle Community Fridge. Ross Reynolds spoke to one of the group's volunteers. Plus, last Monday Governor Inslee signed a sweeping set of environmental bills into law. But one provision he didn't pass was requiring consent from local tribes, and tribal leaders aren't happy. And Ross Reynolds speaks to Heart band member Nancy Wilson.
May 11th | Why is Washington home to so many nuclear missile subs?
Eight of the nation’s 14 nuclear ballistic submarines are stationed at the U.S. Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor. Ross Reynolds talks with reporter Joshua Farley about the history of ballistic missiles in Washington and a revived, 40-year-old plan to build a peace pagoda near the naval base in . Plus, we hear about missing and “recreated” texts from Mayor Jenny Durkan in response to a KUOW records request last year and we continue our weekly conversations with Seattle mayoral candidates.