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Pike Place Market
The Pike Place Market, which opened August 17, 1907, is the oldest continually-operated public farmer's market in the country and is also Seattle's most popular tourist destination.  More information about this show

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CityStream: Senior Center Need 4/26/2012
As more and more families weather the storm of the rough economy, one generation is getting hit particularly hard: seniors. Local senior centers have seen the need for their help increase dramatically, while financial support has decreased. But hope abounds at the Pike Market Senior Center. See how new found friends and opportunity make a very difficult situation survivable for many seniors affected by current challenges.
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
LIVE at Pike Place Market in Seattle: Peaches 8/27/2007
Chris Ballew of the Presidents of the United States of America goes acappella for this encore performance of the Presidents’ hit, “Peaches.”
LIVE at Pike Place Market in Seattle: (The Bluest Skies You've Ever Seen are in) Seattle 8/17/2007
The Iconics (Dave Dederer, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Mike Musberger drummer from The Posies and The Fastbacks; Andrew McKeag, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Jeff Fielder, bassist from Sera Cahoone; Ty Bailie, keyboard player from Department of Energy) are joined by Paul Jensen of Dudley Manlove Quartet for the “Here Come the Brides” theme song popularized in the 1960s by Perry Como, “(The Bluest Skies You’ve Ever Seen are in) Seattle.”
LIVE at Pike Place Market in Seattle: Angel of the Morning 8/17/2007
The Iconics (Dave Dederer, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Mike Musberger drummer from The Posies and The Fastbacks; Andrew McKeag, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Jeff Fielder, bassist from Sera Cahoone; Ty Bailie, keyboard player from Department of Energy) are joined by Sean Nelson of Harvey Danger for the 1960s Seattle pop tune “Angel of the Morning” by Merrilee Rush.
LIVE at Pike Place Market in Seattle: Barracuda 8/17/2007
The Iconics (Dave Dederer, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Mike Musberger drummer from The Posies and The Fastbacks; Andrew McKeag, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Jeff Fielder, bassist from Sera Cahoone; Ty Bailie, keyboard player from Department of Energy) are joined by Seattle singer Choklate for “Barracuda” by Seattle’s top 1970s band Heart.
LIVE at Pike Place Market in Seattle: I Don't Like Your Face 8/17/2007
The Iconics (Dave Dederer, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Mike Musberger drummer from The Posies and The Fastbacks; Andrew McKeag, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Jeff Fielder, bassist from Sera Cahoone; Ty Bailie, keyboard player from Department of Energy) are joined by Paul Jensen of Dudley Manlove Quartet for “I Don’t Like Your Face,” by Seattle’s most famous new wave rock band, The Heats.
LIVE at Pike Place Market in Seattle: Little Wing 8/17/2007
The Iconics (Dave Dederer, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Mike Musberger drummer from The Posies and The Fastbacks; Andrew McKeag, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Jeff Fielder, bassist from Sera Cahoone; Ty Bailie, keyboard player from Department of Energy) are joined by Shawn Smith of Brad, and Stone Gossard and Mike McCready of Pearl Jam for “Little Wing,” by legendary Seattle guitarist Jimi Hendrix.
LIVE at Pike Place Market in Seattle: Louie Louie 8/17/2007
The Iconics (Dave Dederer, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Mike Musberger drummer from The Posies and The Fastbacks; Andrew McKeag, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Jeff Fielder, bassist from Sera Cahoone; Ty Bailie, keyboard player from Department of Energy) are joined by Chris Ballew of the Presidents of the United States of America for a singalong of the Northwest rock classic, “Louie, Louie.”
LIVE at Pike Place Market in Seattle: Rock & Roll Pest Control 8/17/2007
The Iconics (Dave Dederer, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Mike Musberger drummer from The Posies and The Fastbacks; Andrew McKeag, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Jeff Fielder, bassist from Sera Cahoone; Ty Bailie, keyboard player from Department of Energy) are joined by Chris Ballew of the Presidents of the United States of America for the classic 1980s pre-grunge tune “Rock & Roll Pest Control” by the Young Fresh Fellows.
LIVE at Pike Place Market in Seattle: Spanish Castle Magic 8/17/2007
The Iconics (Dave Dederer, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Mike Musberger drummer from The Posies and The Fastbacks; Andrew McKeag, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Jeff Fielder, bassist from Sera Cahoone; Ty Bailie, keyboard player from Department of Energy) are joined by John Roderick of the Long Winters for “Spanish Castle Magic” by Jimi Hendrix. “Spanish Castle Magic” is a tribute by Hendrix to the legendary (and long gone) Spanish Castle roadhouse and music venue south of Seattle.
LIVE at Pike Place Market in Seattle: Spoonman 8/17/2007
The Iconics (Dave Dederer, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Mike Musberger drummer from The Posies and The Fastbacks; Andrew McKeag, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Jeff Fielder, bassist from Sera Cahoone; Ty Bailie, keyboard player from Department of Energy) are joined by the eponymous Artis the Spoonman and by Rachel Flotard of Visqueen for the Soundgarden classic, “Spoonman.”
LIVE at Pike Place Market in Seattle: Star Spangled Banner 8/17/2007
Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready channels Jimi Hendrix for this classic take on The Star Spangled Banner.
LIVE at Pike Place Market in Seattle: Tall Cool One 8/17/2007
Members of the Iconics (Dave Dederer, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Mike Musberger drummer from The Posies and The Fastbacks; Andrew McKeag, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Jeff Fielder, bassist from Sera Cahoone; Ty Bailie, keyboard player from Department of Energy) play seminal Northwest instrumental “Tall Cool One,” originally recorded by The Wailers.
LIVE at Pike Place Market in Seattle: The Day Brings 8/17/2007
The Iconics (Dave Dederer, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Mike Musberger drummer from The Posies and The Fastbacks; Andrew McKeag, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Jeff Fielder, bassist from Sera Cahoone; Ty Bailie, keyboard player from Department of Energy) are joined by Shawn Smith of Brad, and Stone Gossard and Mike McCready of Pearl Jam for "The Day Brings," by Brad.
LIVE at Pike Place Market in Seattle: The Old Settler 8/17/2007
The Iconics (Dave Dederer, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Mike Musberger drummer from The Posies and The Fastbacks; Andrew McKeag, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Jeff Fielder, bassist from Sera Cahoone; Ty Bailie, keyboard player from Department of Energy) are joined by John Roderick of the Long Winters for a spirited rendition of the 19th century Seattle folk tune “The Old Settler” (also known as “Acres of Clams”).
LIVE at Pike Place Market in Seattle: The Witch 8/17/2007
The Iconics (Dave Dederer, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Mike Musberger drummer from The Posies and The Fastbacks; Andrew McKeag, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Jeff Fielder, bassist from Sera Cahoone; Ty Bailie, keyboard player from Department of Energy) are joined by Evan Foster of the Boss Martians for the seminal Northwest 1960s rock classic by the Sonics, “The Witch.”
LIVE at Pike Place Market in Seattle: What'd I Say 8/17/2007
The Iconics (Dave Dederer, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Mike Musberger drummer from The Posies and The Fastbacks; Andrew McKeag, guitarist from the Presidents of the United States of America; Jeff Fielder, bassist from Sera Cahoone; Ty Bailie, keyboard player from Department of Energy) are joined by Total Experience Gospel Choir director and lead vocalist Patrinella Wright for Ray Charles’ “What’d I Say.”
Live from Pike Place Market in Seattle: Artis the Spoonman 8/17/2007
Artis the Spoonman takes ordinary utensils and makes them sing for the Pike Place centennial celebration.
Live from Pike Place Market in Seattle: Circus Contraption 8/17/2007
Vaudeville, burlesque and a little bit of sideshow live again with Circus Contraption, and their amazing feats of skill, talent and showmanship. Featuring the Hootchie Cootchie Girls.
Live from Pike Place Market in Seattle: David Crowe 8/17/2007
Seattle comedian David Crowe, winner of honors at numerous comedy competitions, busts up the Pike Place centennial crowd.
Live from Pike Place Market in Seattle: Ernestine Anderson 8/17/2007
Jazz legend and favorite Seattle jazz vocalist Ernestine Anderson wows the crowd at the Pike Place Market Centennial Concert.
Live from Pike Place Market in Seattle: Fankick! 8/17/2007
Re-live the 1980s with Fankick! and their spirited covers of “Promises, Promises” (by Naked Eyes); “Burnin’ Up” (by Madonna), and “Owner of a Lonely Heart,” (by Yes).
Live from Pike Place Market in Seattle: Vinnie Miranda 8/17/2007
The spirit of Johnny Cash lives again in the youthful stylings of Vinnie Miranda, here covering “Get Rhythm (When You Get the Blues),” “Folsom Prison,” and “Walk the Line.”
Live from the Pike Place Market in Seattle: Total Experience Gospel Choir 8/17/2007
Seattle’s world-famous Total Experience Gospel Choir, directed by Patrinella Wright, take the stage at the Pike Place Market Centennial Concert.
Pike Place Market Centennial Celebration 8/17/2007
The SEATTLE CHANNEL presents a special broadcast from the Pike Place Market Centennial, with hosts C.R. Douglas and Nancy Guppy, and a variety of guests and features. Highlights include coverage of centennial events (with onion tarts, horse drawn wagons, and the Salmon Toss Championship) as well as visits with artists, journalists and other special guests.
Pike Place Market Centennial Celebration Concert 8/17/2007
The SEATTLE CHANNEL presents a special broadcast of the Pike Place Market Centennial Celebration Concert from Victor Steinbrueck Park. The SEATTLE CHANNEL's Nancy Guppy is host and emcee for this all-star event, featuring favorite Northwest artists including Ernestine Anderson, members of Pearl Jam and of the Presidents of the United States of America.
Pike Place Market Concert Warm-Up with Nancy Guppy and C.R. Douglas 8/17/2007
SEATTLE CHANNEL hosts Nancy Guppy and C.R. Douglas go behind-the-scenes minutes before the Pike Place Market Centennial Concert kicks-off in Steinbrueck Park.
Pike Place Market Centennial Celebration: Business Incubator 8/16/2007
The Pike Place Market isn't just a fun spot to take friends and out-of-town guests. It's also a great place to do business. Everyone knows that Starbucks' started in the Market. Now they have nearly 14,000 stores worldwide. But there are other business success stories from the Market. Hear about those and hear why the Market is such a great place to do business.
Pike Place Market Centennial Celebration: Day In the Life 8/16/2007
Pike Place Market may be most crowded at lunchtime, but the sidewalks and cobblestone streets come alive before dawn as vendors display their wares, and resound with the footsteps of revelers long after sundown. Come along with the SEATTLE CHANNEL for a glimpse of a Day in the Life of the Pike Place Market.
Pike Place Market Centennial Celebration: Ghost Stories 8/16/2007
If any public place in Seattle was ever to be voted Most Likely to Be Haunted, the Pike Place Market would easily take top honors. Strange noises, unexplained sights and creepy sensations are the norm in dozens of nooks and crannies along Pike Place, Post Alley and many of the side streets. Come along with the SEATTLE CHANNEL for a spooky trip to the paranormal!
Pike Place Market Centennial Celebration: Market's History 8/16/2007
The story of the Pike Place Market is a work in progress, but the first hundred years are pretty darn interesting. See how the Market came to be, how it came to be threatened with destruction, and how it has survived again and again.
Pike Place Market Centennial Celebration: Saving the Market 8/16/2007
By the 1960s, many downtown development interests had their eyes on demolishing the Market and putting up office buildings and parking lots. Architect and activist Victor Steinbrueck led the effort to save the Market, which culminated in a voter-approved initiative in 1971. Featuring rare footage of Victor Steinbrueck, and an interview with his son, Seattle City Councilmember Peter Steinbrueck, who helped save the Market once again in the late 1980s.
Pike Place Market Centennial Celebration: Savoring Seattle 8/16/2007
Savor Seattle Food Tours takes guests behind the counters at the Pike Place Market for food bites and a bit of Pike Place Market history. Food tourists get a sampling of tea, seafood, produce, Chukar Cherries, artisan cheese, locally produced honey and Washington wine, as well as meeting the purveyors behind the goods. The Savor Seattle Tour is not just for out of towners either-it also give locals an opportunity to navigate the hundreds of choices offered at the Market and helps them rediscover a Seattle icon.
Pike Place Market Centennial Celebration: Social Services 8/16/2007
At Pike Place Market, the local produce, seafood and crafts are only the most visible part of the story. Less well-known are the myriad social services provided to residents, seniors and kids for many years by the Pike Place Market Foundation. Jeff Gentes has the story for the SEATTLE CHANNEL.
Pike Place Market: Children of the Market 8/15/2007
A wonderful exploration of the extraordinary first hundred years of the Pike Place Market.
CityStream 8/9/2007
This week on CityStream, hosted by Marcie Sillman, celebrate a century of the Pike Place Market! Discover how two generations of Steinbruecks, Victor and Peter, saved the Market from the wrecking ball. Then, find out about its thirty-year tradition of extending a helping hand to people in need. Also, go along for a delectable tour sampling the best of market foods. And, see what other local icons are celebrating centennials this year!
The North Arcade at Market Theater 7/20/2007
This light-hearted revue is a musical history of the Craft community, who has colorfully contributed to the survival of Pike Place Market for the past forty years. Just as the market is cited as the Soul of Seattle, this celebratory musical reminds us that it is the people and their stories that are the real heart of Pike Place Market.
CityStream 7/19/2007
This week on CityStream, hosted by Marcie Sillman at the Pike Place Market, visit a unique garden at a Seattle Elementary School that celebrates not only the life of a special little girl, but the strength of a community. Then, on the one-hundredth anniversary of the Pike Place Market, take a musical journey with a new play about the craft vendors in the North Arcade. Also on City a Go-Go, Nancy Guppy visits Theo Chocolate, a real-live chocolate factory in Fremont.
Pike Place Market Centennial Launch 3/20/2007
The Mayor and former Governor Gary Locke are amongst those kicking off the centennial celebration of the Pike Place Market.
Sustainable by Design - Local Agriculture 9/12/2006
Local agriculture is said to be the next 'organic'. In Seattle and across the nation, there is a growing movement to 'think global and buy local'. In addition to supporting our local economy, buying local also means buying fresher and helping to reduce our impact on global warming and pollution. In this episode we learn how local farmers markets, community support agriculture and other programs are helping Seattle citizens eat healthier and connect with the local and regional farming community.
Great Figgy Pudding Street Corner Caroling Competition 12/2/2005
The Great Figgy Pudding Street Corner Caroling Competition is an annual competition between caroling teams to raise funds to support the work of the Pike Market Senior Center and Downtown Food Bank.
Pike Place Market Social Services 3/25/2005
This feature takes a look at the history of the Pike Place Market's childcare center, food bank, senior center, and health clinic.
Council Conversations with Peter Steinbrueck 1/30/2004
Host Gary Gibson and former Councilmember Steinbrueck get together at the Pike Place Market to talk about what`s on the Councilmember`s plate for 2004. Award Winning Video: 2004 National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA)Government Programming Honorable Mention for Interview/Talk Show





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