Life & Arts

The Magic of Selfridges: Get Ready for Mr. Selfridge Season 3

Fans of Mr. Selfridge, get ready! Season 3 of this popular MASTERPIECE show premieres Sunday, March 29 at 9:05pm. Guest blogger Amie Simon gives us a rundown on what’s happened inside the walls of Selfridges so far, and what our beloved Master Showman Harry may be up against this season.

Note: This post contains spoilers, both for past seasons and the upcoming one! Proceed with caution…

Q&A with Nick Stellino -- KCTS 9 Exclusive

With season two of Cooking with Nick Stellino premiering Tuesday, March 24 at 7pm, we thought we would take a moment and give our viewers the chance to get to know Nick a bit better outside of the kitchen. Taking time out of his schedule, Nick answered our questions (and some of yours!) on his career, cooking advice, and much more!

Halibut & Fresh Mediterranean Salsa recipe from S2 of Cooking with Nick Stellino

Cooking with Nick Stellino returns for a second season this month! Join Nick as he shares more delicious recipes for every craving, occasion and season. In anticipation of the new season, Nick has given us a sneak peek of what to expect this season by sharing one of his recipes—Halibut and Fresh Mediterranean Salsa. Plus, Nick shares what this recipe means to him. 

Hoppin' John recipe from A Chef's Life Holiday Special + Season 2

Deck the Halls Y'All - A Chef's Life

A Chef's Life will be back to KCTS 9 with a second season and the new holiday special starting Saturday, December 20, at 3pm. Part documentary, part cooking show, the series returns with more adventures from the life of Chef Vivian Howard, who with her husband Ben Knight (pictured below with twins Theo and Florence in 2013), left the big city to open a fine dining restaurant in small-town Eastern North Carolina.

Makers: Seattle Leaders of Tomorrow, Part 2

In the PBS series Makers: Women Who Make America, numerous women from various backgrounds and professions have shared their stories about their career journeys, work ethics, and contributions to transforming the way society looks at female leaders. With season two underway, Makers has shown that women who provoke change, creativity and new outlooks come from all walks of life.

The Book That Changed My Life | KCTS 9 Staff Picks

It’s National Book Month and here at KCTS 9 we appreciate the comfort and leisure a good book brings. Considered one of the world’s oldest forms of entertainment and relaxation, books of all kinds have been finding their way into the hands of curious and imaginative minds everywhere, including the staff at KCTS 9. 

Hispanic Heritage Month: Blanca Torres

As part of our recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, KCTS 9 sat down with Seattle Times writer Blanca Torres. Torres recently joined the Times as an editorial writer and columnist, making her the first Latina on the Times editorial board. We spoke with her on her cultural upbringing, obstacles she faced, Latinos in media, and the importance of Hispanic Heritage Month.

Makers: Seattle Leaders of Tomorrow, Part 1

In the PBS series Makers: Women Who Make America, numerous women from various backgrounds and professions have shared their stories on their career journey, work ethic, and contribution to transforming the way society looks at female leaders. With season two underway, Makers has shown that women who provoke change, creativity and new outlooks come from all walks of life. Here in Seattle—which is known for being a city filled with revolutionary thinkers and creators— KCTS 9 sat down with seven women who are reimagining, rethinking and redefining the area of their profession. From fashion and law to community service, these women are making changes for generations to come.

Genealogy: Connecting the Past to the Future

A new season of Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. is fast approaching with more stories, more surprises and more history. Premiering September 23 on KCTS 9, the second season of this hit series will again dive into the lives of various individuals, taking them on an intimate journey of self-discovery as they connect their past to their future. The series proves how important and powerful genealogy, the study and tracing of family ancestry, can be. By taking a visit to Seattle Public Library’s Central branch, you can also begin a similar journey.

From D.C. to N.W.: The Roosevelts in Washington State

Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt with Seattle Mayor and State Governor

From Roosevelt High School in Seattle to Roosevelt Elementary in Spokane and Lake Roosevelt in Hunters, the legacy of this historic family is ever-present in Washington. Even places not bearing the name of the once powerful trio, such as Grand Coulee Dam and Olympic National Forest, show the impact of the monumental decisions of the former First Family.

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