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PIE #1: art. culture. origin.
Artifacts. Nobel intrigue. Live Cuban Jazz. Wandering Seattle's International District. Ken Burns turns a lens on himself.
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Half a Century of Northwest Rock: The Sonics and Mudhoney Video...

Half a Century of Northwest Rock: The Sonics and Mudhoney
Video of The Sonics performing “Cinderella" posted on YouTube by cawfitawk.

The Origin of Wandering I first came across Stephen...

The Origin of Wandering
I first came across Stephen Cysewski’s photos of Seattle in the 1970s a few years ago. The instant I saw them I was transported to a city that used to be and which still hovers on the edge of my own memory. On childhood visits from across the mountains, Seattle seemed a rough and tumble place improbably set in a glorious landscape. Later, living in Olympia, my understanding of the big city to the north became more nuanced as I visited more frequently and came to know its sidestreets and the rhythm of its life. 

The Powerbroker at Community Cinema Vashon Screening

Civil rights leader Whitney Young, Jr. has no national holiday bearing his name. You won’t find him in most history books. In fact, few today know his name, much less his accomplishments. But he was at the heart of the civil rights movement – an inside man who broke down the barriers that held back African Americans.

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Civil rights leader Whitney Young, Jr. has no national holiday bearing his name. You won’t find him in most history books. In fact, few today know his name, much less his accomplishments. But he was at the heart of the civil rights movement – an inside man who broke down the barriers that held back African Americans.

Origin | Thur 7p Watch the PIE Premiere Promo (#PPP) video for a...

Origin | Thur 7p
Watch the PIE Premiere Promo (#PPP) video for a taste of the first episode. Highlights:

  • Artifact Roadshow
  • Nobel intrigue examined in a new play
  • In-studio music from Juan de Marcos & the Afro-Cuban All Stars
  • Wandering Seattle’s International District
  • Ken Burns turns a lens on himself in our new “Express Yourself" feature

Sign of the Times In this photo, workers are taking down the...

Sign of the Times
In this photo, workers are taking down the sign at the former Queen Anne Easy Street records location down the street from the KCTS 9 studio. As we gear up for the launch of our new arts and culture show, PIE, we tip our metaphorical hat to a Seattle business where many local and touring musical acts connected with their fans. For the music community there’s a small silver lining in this rainy photo as Easy Street’s West Seattle location is still open.

A new series from KCTS 9 • Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. beginning 2/7

A new series from KCTS 9 • Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. beginning 2/7

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