Music for getting outside
The Seattle rock band will find out soon whether it can trademark the rights to its name
"It was really the gateway song for funerals away from ceremonies that were purely religious," says UK-based writer Emily Mackay.
Do you love podcasts, but don’t know how to find new shows? Are you new to podcasts, and don't know where to start?
It may be the last thing on your mind when you're seeing an artist, but sound pressure levels at a live show can seriously impact long-term hearing. Tiny Desk engineer Josh Rogosin is here to help.
Seattle was the capital of grunge… until grunge was no longer a thing. So what happened?
Northwest legend Brandi Carlile is up for six Grammy Awards on Sunday, including top honors Record of the Year and Album of the Year.
This week, we search for the answer to a deceptively simple question: why is the brain divided? Psychiatrist Iain McGilchrist explains why popular distinctions between the "left brain" and "right brain" aren't supported by research. He argues that one hemisphere has come to shape Western society — to our detriment. For more information about this episode, please visit https://n.pr/2SxITco
The sound of Seattle was shaped in part by a record label called Sub Pop. Thirty years ago, that label was just a fanzine in Olympia called Subterranean Pop.
Emotional and inspirational, we hear about your personal anthem of the year. We also take a look at the new Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan, and his time at Boeing and the University of Washington. Plus, a conversation with historians Paul Dorpat and Jean Sherrard about their collaboration, "Seattle Now and Then."