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caption: The sun sets on downtown Seattle on Tuesday, December 5, 2017.
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The sun sets on downtown Seattle on Tuesday, December 5, 2017.
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A city unforgotten

A local journalist’s new tome details the Seattle he remembers. This week’s conversation with King County Executive Dow Constantine, and a chat with Attorney General Bob Ferguson (both potential gubernatorial candidates if Jay Inslee is spirited away to an environmental position in the Biden cabinet).

Individual segments are available in our podcast stream or at www.kuow.org/record.

Ron Chew, My Unforgotten Seattle

Much has been made of the changes Seattle has gone through in the past decade or two. In 2016, journalist Ron Chew decided to write about the city he remembered and the people who made it. The result is a new book, My Unforgotten Seattle.

King County Executive Dow Constantine 11.10

As COVID cases rise across the region, what will a Biden administration mean for Washington’s pandemic response? We spoke to county executive Dow Constantine on what it will be like to have a partner in the White House.

WA AG Bob Ferguson on working with the Biden administration

For Attorney General Bob Ferguson, the question is more like “what will it be like to lose your longtime adversary in the White House?” He says that he’ll be watching the Biden administration just as closely.