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#1 Energy Committee 8/13/2014
Agenda Items: Public Comment, Environmental Discussions on Dangers with Nuclear Power, External Risk Management Letter.

#2 The Mountains to Sound Greenway: Trail of Our Heritage 8/12/2014
The Mountains to Sound Greenway links urban and rural lands from Central Washington to Puget Sound, and many local leaders consider it a model for smart growth that strikes a balance between people and nature. A new program to preserve this stretch of scenic landscape from Seattle to Ellensburg is attracting national attention with an effort to designate the Greenway as a National Heritage Area. This half-hour special looks at the past and future of this 1.5 million acres of forests, wilderness, and cities and towns that stretches along Interstate 90 and is home to an estimated 1.4 million people.

#3 Seattle Public School Board part 2 8/20/2014
A meeting of the Seattle Public School Board. Part 2 of 2.

#4 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:

#5 CityStream: Pride & Determination 8/28/2014
We go behind bars and see how words can help heal troubled teens who are participants in the Pongo Teen Writing Project, a program designed to support self-expression through creative writing. Then, ready, get set, go! We`re off to the Washington State Senior Games to meet athletes ages 50 and older competing in the Olympic-style multi-sport event. Plus, see park naturalists in action sharing their love of the great outdoors through environmental education. Join host Nicole Sanchez for these stories and more from Seward Park.

#6 CityStream: PONGO Teen Writing Program 8/28/2014
There is a unique writing program working with young people in tough places. The PONGO Teen Writing Program helps young people who have experienced trauma learn how to express themselves through poetry. Nicole Sanchez shows us more about the program that is helping many young people start the healing process, many of them from behind bars.

#7 Seattle Public Utilities: How to Fix A Outside Faucet 10/5/2010
Learn how to fix an Outside Faucet leaks.

#8 Seattle`s Boot Program 7/3/2012
Four unpaid parking tickets will get your car booted. Avoid the hassle. Pay your tickets on time. Watch this video to learn about typical parking mistakes so that you can avoid them. For more information on the program visit

#9 Our City, Our Schools: Summer Learning Programs 8/11/2014
Summer is a great time to hit the beach and the books. Learn how to keep kids off the “summer slide” -- the drop in students` reading, writing and math skills that can occur when young minds sit idle over summer break. Studies show that kids without access to summer school can lose up to two grade levels of knowledge by the time they enter fifth grade. The latest installment in the Our City, Our Schools series looks at the impacts of summer learning programs funded through the Families and Education Levy.

#10 Seattle Parks Profile: Magnuson Park 4/25/2013
Seattle Parks and Recreation invites you to experience Magnuson Park. As the City`s second largest park, Magnuson has a wide variety of recreational activities - both active and passive. Learn about the park`s rich history and the work being done to make it a regional destination.

#11 CityStream: Igniting Hope and Safety 8/21/2014
Hot meals, housing, health care and more. Learn how the Chief Seattle Club keeps hope high and provides a place for urban Native Americans in need. Then kids get fired up for a favorite library story time. Check out a reading program aimed at raising awareness of home fire safety. From rock climbing to rafting, we hit the trail with teens taking part in a Seattle Parks program that provides valuable outdoor experiences and service opportunities. Join host Penny LeGate at Jefferson Park for these stories and more.

#12 Art Zone: Hobosexual plays Boogieshuttle 6/11/2013
Arriving at Barboza by way of Ride The Ducks Seattle, the dynamic duo that make up the band Hobosexual chat with Art Zone host Nancy Guppy then head inside for a head pounding play of Boogieshuttle. Musicians Ben Harwood and Jeff Silva originally recorded 6-11-2013.

#13 Mayor`s Press Conference: Parks Superintendent 8/20/2014
Mayor Murray thanks Christopher Williams, Acting Superintendent of Parks and Recreation for the past four years, who is stepping down to the role of Deputy Superintendent. Williams is returning to his previous role with the department as he manages some personal health issues. The Mayor will conduct a national search to find a new leader for the Parks and Recreation Department. The search is underway and will be completed by January of 2015.

#14 CityStream 5/3/2012
We`re celebrating on CityStream this week! How a beloved arts and cultural venue is back open for business after a lengthy renovation. We`ll take a look at what`s coming up at the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center. And It`s back to the future, as Seattle Center celebrates the 50th anniversary of the World`s Fair with a "sustainable" look ahead to the "Next Fifty." How you can take part of six month celebration. Join host Nicole Sanchez from the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Center for these stories and more.

#15 Community Stores: Dialogues on Dignity with Ese Teatro 2/24/2014
Ese Teatro is a bilingual theatre group with roots in social service. With input from some of the city`s support organizations, the group takes on a modern day interpretation of the story of Don Quixote which focuses on Latinos and homelessness.

#16 CityStream: Teen Tix 6/19/2014
If your teen is looking to take in some art and culture this summer, but doesn`t have the funds to cover their fun money, Teen Tix can help. As Nicole Sanchez tells us, this non-profit organization is helping teens get in to top performances, concerts and museums for a whopping five bucks.

#17 CityStream: Scrapblasters 11/5/2012
It may look like an old piece of junk to you, but your tossed out toaster may be someone else`s creative muse. Producer Vincent Pierce introduces the Scrapblasters duo who are taking upcycling to a new art.

#18 CityStream: New MOHAI Location 1/17/2013
The Museum of History and Industry – or MOHAI as it`s known around town – moved into a new location in Lake Union Park and celebrated its grand opening in style. Producer Feliks Banel took a tour of the new museum and shared some of Seattle`s history with us.

#19 CityStream Splash Back: Seattle Baroque Opera 1/24/2008
World-renowned artist Stephen Stubbs comes home to create majestic music at St. James Cathedral. This feature originally appeared on CityStream 1/24/2008, the SEATTLE CHANNEL's weekly magazine show.

#20 Seattle's Privately Owned Public Open Spaces: A Walking Tour 8/26/2009
Councilmember Nick Licata defines POPOS: Privately Owned Public Open Space. Under Seattle city zoning laws, building developers can engage in zoning tradeoffs that may allow them to build bigger or higher, if they provide a specified amount of space for public use. Landscape architect Guy Michaelson, representing Seattle Architecture Foundation, leads a walking tour highlighting POPOS buildings, historic landmarks, public art and other public amenities. For more information on POPOS and monthly tours offered by SAE,,

#21 Seattle News NOW: 8.22.14 8/22/2014
Discounts for qualified families on utility bills, the search for a new parks leader and ending institutionalized racism in Seattle. These stories and more are on this week`s episode of Seattle News NOW.

#22 CityStream: Lawn Bowling 9/29/2011
The Jefferson Park Lawn Bowling Club at the Jefferson Park Golf Course on Beacon Hill plays on a unique and world class bowling green where people can learn from top competitors -- and have a great time doing it as well. Recent hosts of the U.S. National Lawn Bowling Championships, the Jefferson Park Lawn Bowling Club has successfully branched out to younger generations in a sport that is looking to expand.

#23 CityStream: Seattle Steam 8/7/2014
Pioneer Square is home to many of our city`s historic buildings. And many of these buildings get their heat from the historic Seattle Steam – one of the city`s oldest utilities. Seattle steam has just tapped into a “deep-water well” to help run its plant on western avenue downtown. Brian Callanan explains why environmentalists are saying this is yet another way Seattle is leading the way when it comes to dealing with climate change.

#24 Town Square: Making Long-Term Investments in Civic Health 8/12/2014
The 2014 Greater Seattle Civic Health Index report addresses community disparities in educational access, economic and public and civic health.

#25 2013 Mayor`s Arts Awards 9/6/2013
Former Mayor Mike McGinn honors recipients of the 2013 Mayor`s Arts Awards at a public ceremony at Seattle Center.

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