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Interesting guests and compelling conversations about local issues. Sunday, September 21 5:30am - This week we meet Jennifer Ott, Staff Historian from With the Seattle waterfront going through major changes, we take time this week to look back at the history of Seattle’s waterfront. Jennifer is able to give us an historical perspective on Seattle’s waterfront development. is ... Read More »


David Bowie Is Documentary Director Says Film Was an “Incredibly Exciting” Project

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Brian Duffy/The David Bowie Archive and Duffy Archive LimitedDavid Bowie Is, the new documentary focusing on the expansive museum exhibition of the same name, will be screened tonight, September 23, in theaters across the United States. The one-night-only cinematic event coincides with the exhibit’s U.S. opening today at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. The movie was directed by ... Read More »

Beck Kicks Off George Harrison Week on “Conan”

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Image Courtesy Third Man RecordsBeck made an appearance on Conan Monday night to kick off George Harrison Week, Conan O’Brien‘s four-night musical salute to the late Beatle that coincides with the release of an eight-disc box set titled George Harrison: The Apple Years 1968-75. Beck performed “Wah-Wah” from Harrison’s 1970 three-record album All Things Must Pass. Paul Simon will perform ... Read More »

New Paul McCartney Video Celebrates Fifth Anniversary of Meat Free Monday Campaign

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Mary McCartney/MPL CommunicationsPaul McCartney has premiered a new video on his official website to mark the fifth anniversary of Meat Free Monday, the environmental campaign that asks people to skip eating meat every Monday. The clip, set to the rock legend’s original theme song for the initiative, includes photos submitted by fans and supporters of the campaign that cleverly incorporate ... Read More »