Seattle on a rainy day, including the Space Needle, in November 2014.
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Seattle on a rainy day, including the Space Needle, in November 2014.

December 13th | Who gets to live in Seattle?

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Randy Shaw, Director of the Tenderloin Housing Clinic in San Francisco, says single-family homeowners are at least partially to blame for an increasingly unaffordable city. Also, poet and educator Quenton Baker gives us a preview of his first installation at the Frye Museum. And we get advice on how to answer your boss, when she or he asks you, "How was your weekend?"

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Randy Shaw, "Generation Priced Out"

Randy Shaw, author of "Generation Priced Out" and director of the Tenderloin Housing Clinic in San Francisco says single family homeowners are partly to blame for making Seattle unaffordable and exclusive.

Quenton Baker

Seattle poet and educator Quenton Baker has a new installation at the Frye Art Museum called, "Ballast."


Office Etiquette Advice

Is it OK for your boss to ask about your personal life at work? What about if it's as simple as "How was your weekend?" University of Washington Ombud Chuck Sloane and Meghan Doherty, author of "How Not To Be A Dick: An Everyday Etiquette Guide," have some advice.

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