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#1 Art Zone with Nancy Guppy 9/12/2014
Art Zone is back in action with a season kick-off at Rock Creek Seafood and Spirits in Fremont, where three Seattle arts journalists join host Nancy Guppy to dish about their art highs and lows of the summer and upcoming fall highlights. At the table are Nicole Brodeur of The Seattle Times, Brangien Davis of Seattle Magazine and Jonathan Zwickel with City Arts. The show is packed out with a solo acoustic performance by Carrie Akre and a visit to the studio of craftsman Michael Marian who fashions furniture from reclaimed materials.

#2 Full Council 9/8/2014
Agenda: Public comment, Citywide Position List, centralized City Human Resources Services, Appointments, Insurance Coverage for Comprehensive Reproductive Health Care, land use and zoning.

#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: seattle.gov/visiting

#4 Seattle News Now: 9.12.14 9/12/2014
Foreclosure help for Seattle homeowners, a possible new city department on Education & Early Learning and new bike lanes. These stories and more are on this week`s episode of Seattle News NOW.

#5 Transportation Committee - Special Meeting 9/10/2014
Agenda: Impact Fees 101, Public Comment.

#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 City Inside/Out: Transit Turmoil 9/12/2014
Seattle voters will decide this fall whether a new $60 car-tab fee and 0.1% sales-tax hike are the best way to preserve King County Metro Transit bus routes in the city. In April, King County voters rejected a similar measure. Should Seattle now go it alone? Will bus service improve? We hear from Rich Stolz of One America about the importance of preserving bus service, while Bob Pishue of the Washington Policy Center questions the need for a second vote. In studio, Transportation Benefit District Proposition 1 Co-chair Rob Johnson advocates for the measure while opponent Suzie Burke argues it is bad for consumers and business.

#8 Manuel Pastor: Moving Towards an Equitable Future 9/10/2014
Professor Manuel Pastor is an expert on economic opportunity and growth, focusing on the impact of demographic shifts and why cities should promote both equity and growth.

#9 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.

#10 Community Stories: Honor Totem [Captioned] 5/5/2014
This poignant documentary chronicles the John T. Williams Memorial Totem Pole project as a catalyst for healing and justice. The community art project rose from the August 2010 fatal police shooting of Williams, a First Nations woodcarver. The shooting sparked an outcry that extended beyond the city of Seattle and the native community. The slain man`s older brother Rick Williams chose a peaceful response through an ambitious endeavor to carve a 34-foot totem pole in honor of the Williams family`s artistic legacy and the memory of one of its most talented carvers. This version of the video has been captioned.

#11 PechaKucha Seattle - Ferguson 8/26/2014
Pecha Kucha Seattle brings together different voices from many communities to explore how we can challenge racism in the aftermath of the recent events in Ferguson, Missouri.

#12 CityStream: Walking Tours 3/6/2014
Visiting a museum is just one way to learn about the history and culture of our city, but as Nicole Sanchez recently discovered, there`s a tour you can sign up for that takes you into the heart of the Emerald City, it`s call Seattle Free Walking Tours.

#13 Community Stories: Honor Totem 5/5/2014
This poignant documentary chronicles the John T. Williams Memorial Totem Pole project as a catalyst for healing and justice. The community art project rose from the August 2010 fatal police shooting of Williams, a First Nations woodcarver. The shooting sparked an outcry that extended beyond the city of Seattle and the native community. The slain man`s older brother Rick Williams chose a peaceful response through an ambitious endeavor to carve a 34-foot totem pole in honor of the Williams family`s artistic legacy and the memory of one of its most talented carvers

#14 Energy Committee 9/10/2014
Agenda: Public Comment, Regional Energy Market Developments, Generator Rewind Program, Approving a fifteen-year Franchise, Replacing the Dept requirement for a Letter of Credit or Cash Deposit.

#15 Book Lust with Nancy Pearl featuring Brad Craft 9/4/2014
Brad Craft, used book buyer at Seattle`s University Book Store, discusses how to judge if a book is valuable, whether collectors are necessarily readers, and the books on his personal bookshelves.

#16 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.

#17 Art Zone Hedgebrook Special: Women Authoring Change 5/23/2014
In 1985, Seattle philanthropist Nancy Nordhoff bought a working farm overlooking Useless Bay on Whidbey Island. The land became Hedgebrook -- one of the few residency programs in the world exclusively dedicated to supporting the creative process of women writers. This Art Zone special tells the story of the rural retreat on its 25th anniversary. Go inside the world of Hedgebrook with Nordhoff and meet some of the women writers who have inhabited these woods including Gloria Steinem, Valerie Curtis-Newton, Elizabeth Austen, Pramila Jayapal and more.

#18 Transportation Committee 9/9/2014
Agenda: Public Comment, Appointments, Accepting Deeds for Street or Alley Purposes, SR 520, I-5 to Medina, Granting Conceptual Approval, Granting 2001 Sixth LLC Permission, Communication Cabinets in Public Places, Department of Transportation Appointment and Oath of Office Director.

#19 Reel Short Movies: Episode 4 5/3/2007
REEL SHORT MOVIES is a mix of original works by local area filmmakers. This episode of REEL SHORT MOVIES is a presented in association with the Northwest Film Forum and the Local Sightings Film Festival. Episode 4 features: My Brown Eyes by Jay Koh; The Clouds That Touch Us Out of Clear Skies by Lynn Shelton; The Gods Looked Down and Laughed by Matt Wilkins.

#20 Mater Matrix Mother and Medium 6/28/2011
From July to August 2009 Mandy Greer`s artwork Mater Matrix Mother and Medium was at Camp Long as part of Water Calling, a series of temporary public art projects about water. The project began with the creation of a 200-foot fiber river, knitted and crocheted at community events all over Seattle. Greer took the fiber pieces into the forest and crocheted the river into the trees. On July 16th, Greer produced a performance under the fiber river in collaboration with dancer Zoe Scofield and composer Morgan Henderson. Over 100 guests sat next to the pond to watch a performance which invited viewers to reflect on the subtle sounds and movements of an urban forest. Reflecting on the inspiration for the project, Greer says, “Water, both mundane and miraculous, mirrors the everyday meeting of strangers and the tiny moments that begin to bond us together.” Greer directed this short film. Ian Lucero edited and directed photography and sound design.

#21 Seattle Voices with Dan Savage 9/9/2014
Dan Savage is a syndicated columnist ("Savage Love"), the host of the weekly "Savage Lovecast" podcast and author of several books.

#22 CityStream Pet of the Week: Macy 8/28/2014
Macy is a busy and active Pit Terrier. She loves walks and hikes but also snuggles and naps! She can also self-entertain with toys and am good on a leash!

#23 Housing Affordability, Human Services, and Economic Resiliency Committee 9/9/2014
A discussion on ending family homelessness.

#24 Art Zone Shuffle: Cassandria Blackmore 9/14/2012
Figurative and abstract painter Cassandria Blackmore invites us into her Duvall studio to talk about the glass shattering process that defines her work. Produced by Ralph Bevins.

#25 CityStream: Financial Empowerment Centers 6/5/2014
Have you ever been worried about how you`re going to get the money to pay your bills this month? If so, you`re not alone. But there`s a new effort from the City of Seattle that could provide some help. It`s called a Financial Empowerment Center, a joint effort from the City and the Paul G. Allen family foundation. As Brian Callanan reports, this program isn`t giving a handout, but a “way out” of poverty for hundreds of Seattle families... through the power of financial planning.



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