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caption: One of Eyman's more bizarre turns in the public eye came in 2019, following his theft of a rolling desk chair from an Office Depot in Lacey, WA. The theft was carried out in full view of surveillance cameras.
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One of Eyman's more bizarre turns in the public eye came in 2019, following his theft of a rolling desk chair from an Office Depot in Lacey, WA. The theft was carried out in full view of surveillance cameras.

Citizen activist, or tax dodger? Tim Eyman on trial

Washington’s most prominent anti-tax campaigner is in court again for his repeated violations of campaign finance law. At a critical time for cultural institutions, a look back at 35 years of Seattle art with retiring arts reporter Marcie Sillman. And what does a safe and healthy Thanksgiving look like as the state returns to strict measures meant to stem the spread of COVID-19.

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

(One of) Tim Eyman's day(s) in court

Tim Eyman’s story is nothing if not colorful; it includes contempt of court and the brazen theft of a rolling desk chair from an office goods store. But this time he’s in court over accusations of having used his anti-tax crusades to enrich himself. The Seattle Times’ David Gutman has the story.

Seattle arts with Marcie Sillman: past, present, and future

KUOW’s arts and culture reporter Marcie Sillman has been covering the city’s scene for thirty-five years. As she retires, and amid a global pandemic, Marcie reflected with longtime colleague Bill Radke on why art is the soul of Seattle.

A COVID Thanksgiving

Governor Inslee announced a return to springtime shutdown markers in order to quell a surging COVID-19 wave. What does that mean for your family this holiday season? We asked Dr. Angela Rasmussen, a virologist with the Georgetown Center for Global Health Science and Security.