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Adorable animals As seen on PIE.

Adorable animals
As seen on PIE.

These local forty-somethings prove that you’re never too...

These local forty-somethings prove that you’re never too old to kickflip at the skate park. Check out these radical skateboarders here

PIE takes us behind the scenes of the Folklife Festival, the...

PIE takes us behind the scenes of the Folklife Festival, the first of many annual summer festivals in the Emerald City. 

top ramen pie, hmmm…

top ramen pie, hmmm…

colorful biking and young virtuosos on this week’s PIE

colorful biking and young virtuosos on this week’s PIE

This photograph was taken around the Seattle waterfront in the...

This photograph was taken around the Seattle waterfront in the 1970’s by Stephen Cysewski.  Do you know the exact location?  Please let us know! We would like to feature it in an upcoming segment of Wandering.

Chills and tears. That’s the only way to describe watching Mary...

Chills and tears. That’s the only way to describe watching Mary Lambert perform in the PIE studio last week.

A slice of the upcoming Wandering, only on PIE

A slice of the upcoming Wandering, only on PIE

The Church that turned into a Gay Dance Club and a Dollar-Rent-a-Car

The February 21st episode of PIE featured a segment of “Wandering", where we discover that on the site of a small Dollar-Rent-A-Car building was once a multi-storied church with a forboding facade.  The story of the church at 1900 Boren Avenue begins at the turn of the 20th century. Construction was completed by 1906 and the abbey doors were flung open to welcome the congregation of the ‘Norwegian Danish Methodist’, helping them build a community and assimilate into their new American lives.