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#1 Art Zone Shuffle: Skerik`s Bandalabra performs “Afro Mint” 4/4/2014
The men of Skerik`s Bandalabra - Evan Flory-Barnes, D`vonne Lewis, Andy Coe and the one and only Skerik perform a 3 minute version of “Afro Mint”. Projection and lighting courtesy of David Verkade. On-stage oversight, Maurice Caldwell. Recorded for Art Zone with Nancy Guppy April 2014 at the Seattle Channel.

#2 Design in Motion: Innovation at the Speed of Thought 4/10/2014
PechaKucha 20x20 brings together designers, technologists and creative innovators to give short presentations -- in 400 seconds or less -- about design tools and visions in a world of rapid innovation.

#3 Visiting Seattle 5/3/2011
This program will take you from Pioneer Square to the Seattle Center, Pike Place Market to the International District, and South Lake Union Park to the Waterfront. Seattle is chocked full of history, stories of the Gold Rush, Great Fire, numerous regrades, and TWO World`s Fairs. For a city that`s only one hundred and fifty years old, even the architecture is thrilling. There is plenty to do and see in Seattle. For additional travel information, visit:

#4 Select Committee on Minimum Wage and Income Inequality 4/9/2014
Agenda: Presentations by restaurant owners about potential impacts of a minimum wage increase.

#5 Full Council 4/14/2014
Agenda: Housing Levy Oversight Committee, City procurement, debt service coverage, Seattle Bicycle Master Plan.

#6 Select Committee on Parks Funding 4/14/2014
Agenda: Public Comment, Options for Council Changes to Executive Proposal Related to Seattle Park District.

#7 City Inside/Out: Council Edition - April 2014 4/15/2014
It`s an April shower of topics this month on Council Edition as Members Nick Licata, Jean Godden, and Mike O`Brien discuss the battle over raising the minimum wage. What`s the right wage for Seattle, and how could the public initiative process affect this debate? Plus, hear what they`re saying about police reform, the gender wage gap, and public campaign financing. And, they`ll answer your questions from email and social media, too. Join host Brian Callanan as he leads this citywide conversation.

#8 Public Safety, Civil Rights & Technology Committee 4/16/2014
Agenda: Seattle Police Department`s May Day Briefing, Office of the City Auditor`s Review of the Seattle Office for Civil Right`s Enforcement and Outreach, Seattle Office for Civil Right`s Response to Enforcement and Outreach Report, Appointments and Reappointments to the Immigrant and Refugee Commission.

#9 Art Zone with Nancy Guppy 4/4/2014
Art Zone finds comfort in the studio of artist Joey Veltkamp as he preps for his first solo show of handmade quilts and flags "This is Not a Protest. It`s a Celebration!" Architecture and design bookseller Peter Miller invites us to a lovely workplace lunch. KUOW`s Steve Scher takes over the arts calendar. Choreographer Shannon Stewart faces her "fear of dance diva Deborah Hay," and the enigmatic saxophone master Skerik brings the spell of Bandalabra to the AZ stage.

#10 Art Zone Shuffle: Mark Kang O`Higgins 4/11/2014
A rare visit to the studio and mind of visual artist and Gage Academy instructor Mark Kang O`Higgins. Created for Art Zone with Nancy Guppy by Linas Phillips and Sebastien Scandiuzzi.

#11 Education and Governance Committee 4/16/2014
Agenda: Fourth Quarter 2013 Employment Ordinance, Quality Preschool for All.

#12 Art Zone Shuffle: Julio Ramirez 4/11/2014
Writer and filmmaker Julio Rameriz stops by to talk with Nancy about his first feature-length film Nothing Against Life, a fictional portrayal of the reality of depression.

#13 City Inside/Out: Minimum Wage Hike? 3/28/2014
The debate over whether to raise Seattle`s minimum wage to $15 an hour is leading the city`s political agenda. While many agree wages have not kept pace with the soaring cost of living, it is unclear how best to help workers without hurting businesses and non-profits. Is phasing in a wage increase over three years the right solution? Should employees` total compensation be included in the equation? We debate this complex issue with the help of Jess Spear, organizing director of 15Now; Bill Hobson, executive director of the Downtown Emergency Service Center; and Angela Stowell, owner and CFO of Ethan Stowell Restaurants. We also hear from Seattle City Councilmembers Sally Clark and Kshama Sawant, Nick Musser of Icon Grill and several minimum wage workers.

#14 City Inside/Out: Cannabis Concerns 4/4/2014
Recreational marijuana goes on sale legally in Washington this summer. But its co-existence with medical pot is hazy because state lawmakers failed to agree on regulations that would reconcile the state`s unregulated medical market with its regulated recreational market. With the medical pot system in a legal limbo, some question whether growers, sellers and users could become the target of a crackdown by the feds. What`s the fate of the 200-plus "green pharmacies" in Seattle?

#15 Art Zone with Nancy Guppy 4/11/2014
Tune in for the art-rendering philosophy of talented painter and Gage Academy instructor Mark Kang O`Higgins. Writer and filmmaker Julio Rameriz stops by to talk with Nancy about his first feature-length film Nothing Against Life, a fictional portrayal of the reality of depression. And multi-media artist Susan Robb packs for an adventure on the Pacific Crest Trail. We celebrate the beloved Blue Moon Tavern`s 80th anniversary, and singer songwriter Kris Orlowski and his band celebrate the release of their first full-length album Believer.

#16 Seattle Public Library 10th Anniversary 4/10/2014
Seattle Public Library 10th Anniversary.

#17 An Evening With: The Legacy of Kurt Cobain 4/10/2014
Charles R. Cross (Cobain biographer and author), joins others who tell stories illuminating the enduring legacy of Kurt Cobain and Nirvana, interspersed with video and audio clips from the community.

#18 Seattle Voices with Ana Mari Cauce 4/15/2014
Ana Mari Cauce is the University of Washington Provost and Executive Vice President. Provost Cauce is Professor of Psychology and American Ethnic Studies. As Provost, she is the University`s Chief Academic Officer, responsible for overseeing the education, research, and service missions in the Schools and Colleges and other academically oriented units.

#19 A Library For All: Seattle's New Central Library 5/26/2004
The Seattle Channel presents a half-hour documentary on the opening of the new downtown library. 'A Library for All' features behind the scenes planning with librarian Deborah Jacobs, staff and architects; never before seen footage of project architect Rem Koolhass; interviews with library board members; and a tour of the new building with Jacobs. Award Winning Video: 26th Annual Telly Awards 2005 Bronze Telly

#20 Seattle Public Utilities and Neighborhoods Committee 4/8/2014
Agenda: Reappointment and Oath of Office of Bernadette C. Agor Matsuno as Director Department of Neighborhoods, debt service coverage financial policy for the Solid Waste System.

#21 Art Zone Shuffle: Kris Orlowski performs "Believer" 4/11/2014
Only days away from dropping their full length album, "Believer", singer / songwriter Kris Orlowski, accompanied by his awesome band, Greg Garcia, Torry Anderson, Mark Isakson and Matt Strutynski plays the album`s title song for the Art Zone with Nancy Guppy show. Originally recorded April 2014 in the Seattle Channel studio.

#22 American Podium: Stella Nyanzi, PhD - Repression of Sexual Minorities 4/14/2014
Stella Nyanzi, social scientist from Uganda, speaks to the repression of sexual minorities in many nations around the world. She joins more than 60 speakers at the UW global conference, Uncensored: Gender, Sexuality, and Social Movements in Global Health.

#23 Parks, Seattle Center, Libraries and Gender Pay Equity Committee 4/15/2014
Agenda: City Attorney`s Office`s (CAO) Gender Wage Gap Status Presentation, Seattle Arboretum Update, Cascade Bicycle Club.

#24 Seattle Speaks Promo: Wade into the waterfront 4/15/2014
Wade into the waterfront. Dive into a live, TV discussion about the future of Seattle`s waterfront on Seattle Speaks, 7 p.m., April 29 at Town Hall Seattle with Seattle City Club.

#25 Seattle News NOW: 04.04.14 4/4/2014
Seattle News NOW is back with a roundup of city news, from funds for neighborhood businesses to increased services for immigrants and refugees. Plus learn how City Light went the extra mile to provide a home for a pair of osprey to nest atop a telephone pole, away from power lines. Tune in for these stories and more.

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