Artist and entrepreneur Louie Gong, inside his Pike Place Market shop
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Artist and entrepreneur Louie Gong, inside his Pike Place Market shop
Credit: Photo by Ken Yu, courtesy Louie Gong

Iconic Seattle business changes hands

The Snoqualmie Tribe acquires the largest Native-owned arts oriented company in North America. How to prepare your turkey. Building a private wildlife reserve in Montana. And your calls about Seattle Public Schools' gifted program.

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Louie Gong and Jaime Martin

Marcie Sillman talks to Louie Gong, founder of Eighth Generation, and Jaime Martin, a Snoqualmie Tribal member and Executive Director of Governmental Affairs and Special Projects for the Snoqualmie Tribe, about the sale of Eighth Generation to the Snoqualmie Tribe.

Thierry Rautureau, Thanksgiving meal

Marcie Sillman talks to chef Thierry Rautureau about how to tackle your turkey, and other Thanksgiving meal questions.

Nate Hegyi, The Next Yellowstone

Marice Sillman talks to Nate Hegyi, Utah reporter for the Mountain West News Bureau, about the American Prairie Reserve and their goal to build the "Next Yellowstone." You can hear the documentary at kuer.org/nextyellowstone.

Listeners Respond to the Highly Capable Cohort

We hear from listeners who left us voicemails about our interview with Seattle Public Schools Superintendent Denise Juneau, and her proposal to overhaul the schools' gifted program, called the Highly Capable Cohort.