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pie is history
Molly and Bill fly off into local TV history with help from an iconic aircraft and a trio of the region's best-known broadcasters.
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music: richard o'neill
Talented violist Richard O'Neill grew up in Sequim, WA, but he's known worldwide for his performances and for the youth orchestra he leads in South Korea.
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seattle opera supernumeraries
Before the soprano sings, a corps of talented volunteers devote their time and energy to the Seattle Opera, but they're not behind the scenes. They are on stage, and they are the Supernumeraries!
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speight jenkins
Seattle Opera general director Speight Jenkins is retiring later this year, so PIE followed him around on a very busy "night at the opera" to make this tribute.
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art seen: ellie & amy
Seattle dancers/choreographers Ellie Sandstrom and Amy O'Neal have created a unique and enduring collaborative partnership.
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KEXP
Seattle's KEXP is a radio force to be reckoned with, and a beacon for the "Seattle sound" around the world. PIE visits their cramped quarters and takes a peek at the station's future.
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performance: poet laureate
elizabeth austen
Elizabeth Austen was recently named Washington State Poet Laureate, and came by the PIE studios to talk about and read poety.
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syttende mai
Seattle's Ballard neighborhood has deep Scandinavian roots, and a big annual celebration of Syttende Mai.
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humaira abid
Humaira Abid divides her time between Pakistan and Seattle, and she creates unbelievably intricate works with wood and paint.
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ReScene: winslow/bainbridge
Along a major thoroughfare for Seattle ferry commuters, re-discover the quaint boutique lined streets of downtown Winslow on Bainbridge island.
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crossroads at bellevue
More than just an ordinary mall, the Crossroads in Bellevue acts as a lively hub and gathering place for its multicultural community.
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ReScene: rattlesnake lake
A stroll to Rattlesnake Lake reveals the story of
Moncton, a town that once thrived upon its shores.
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african american film festival
Now in its 11th year, the Langston Hughes African American Film Festival features films from around the world and by local filmmakers. From an 18th century epic tale to a black Western, sci-fi, animation, and environmental films, catch these and a lot more at the festival focused on films by and about African Americans.
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changing wallingford
Compared with communities like Ballard and Capitol Hill, Seattle's Wallingford neighborhood defies easy description. Now, things are changing , as businesses close, new ones take their place and one very old shoemaker hangs on.
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harriet bullitt
Harriet Bullitt, daughter of KING Broadcasting founder Dorothy Bullitt, has made a huge impact on Central Washington's arts and cultural life with philanthropic investments in theaters, performance organizations and festivals.
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rainier beach urban farm
Rainier Beach Urban Farm produces fresh organic food for local food banks on their eight-acre site.
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lion dance
The LQ Lion Dance group performs at Lunar New Year Celebrations in Seattle's International District.
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ReScene: poulsbo church
Experience the changes of a place over time on a visit to a church in Poulsbo, Washington.
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seattle great wheel
Bill Radke chats with Kyle Griffith, son of Pier 57 owner Hal Griffith, about why the Griffith family built the Seattle Great Wheel.
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ReScene: suquamish totem
An old picture of a totem pole leads us to Suquamish, a quiet reservation by the sound steeped in Native history.
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charles royer and the future of the waterfront
Molly Spurgeon takes a rainy walk under the Alaskan Way Viaduct with former Seattle mayor Charley Royer, to hear about how the waterfront is about to be transformed.
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city arts editor leah baltus
Meet Leah Baltus, editor-in-chief of City Arts, and hear how the local arts community is evolving to adapt to changing times.
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art seen: a day at the frye
PIE visits the Frye Art Museum on Seattle's First Hill. This dreamy peek into the galleries of the free museum features director Jo-Anne Birnie Danzker and highlights community programs.
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a house of clocks
Bill speaks with Don Larson of A House of Clocks, the specialty retailer in Lynnwood where the famous "Kit-Cat Clock," a Pacific Northwest original, has never gone out of style.
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food truck frenzy
Bill speaks with Mark Worster, founder of SeattleFoodTruck.com about keeping track of Seattle's many roving restaurants on wheels.
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ReScene: poulsbo
Explore the sights and meet the friendly locals of Poulsbo, Washington's Norwegian inspired seaside town.
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steve scher essay
Steve Scher of KUOW shares an essay and takes us to three places around Puget Sound to recreate the journey he took that led to Seattle becoming his home.
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seattle asian american film festival
Molly speaks with Kevin Bang, Co-Director of Seattle Asian American Film Festival. The 2014 festival February 6-9 at the Ark Lodge Cinemas in Columbia City.
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rachel belle visits the monarch apartments
PIE participates in meta-journalism by following KIRO FM radio reporter Rachel Belle as she produces a story on the Monarch Apartments, an old residence in Seattle's University District where writers and musicians have lived for generations.
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native hoops
Seattle Clear Sky Native Youth Pride Basketball Camp aims to help native youth to improve hoops skills and reinforce identity and pride.
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jet city improv's "upside downton"
Jet City Improv applies its good-natured skewer to the PBS hit series "Downton Abbey," with PIE's Molly Spurgeon along to chat with Jet City artistic director Andrew McMasters.
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scarecrow video
Go inside Seattle's Scarecrow Video for a deep dive into the wide variety of videos available at this brick-and-mortar movie bastion. Matt Lynch, a longtime Scarecrow Video staffer demonstrates his knowledge of the world's largest video store.
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meet stuart mclean
Meet Stuart McLean, host/originator of CBC Radio's -- and now NPR's -- "The Vinyl Café." We talk to Stuart and join him backstage as he prepares a live show at Seattle's Paramount Theatre.
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ReScene: ballard
Ballard has changed, and plenty Seattle's Norwegians and Swedes will tell you so. A quick look at the ever-changing Market Street in Ballard.
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friends of the GAR
The Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery -- a little known plot of ground in Seattle's densely populated Capitol Hill, holds the remains of some 500 area Civil War soldiers and family.
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home, bound
A look at the books that describe the Northwest as home. Picks from Seattle Public Library and Vancouver Public Library.
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ReScene: 3rd and pike
Travel by bus to one of the busiest corners of downtown Seattle to revisit the site of the former Woolworths department store.
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geekwire game night
Geekwire, Seattle's technology news and networking site, regulary sponsors a "Geekwire Game Night." It's everything from blackjack to "Lords of Catan," with some old-school, offline socializing .
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seattle on the small screen
Sixty-five years ago, a new form of storytelling was born in Seattle, when local station KRSC (later KING) broadcast the first local telecast -- a high school football game between West Seattle and Wenatchee. PIE producer Feliks Banel talks with local TV legend Del Loder about the early days of television in the Northwest.
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writerly resource
The Richard Hugo House in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood is one of the greatest resources for writers and storytellers in the Northwest. Molly Spurgeon interviews Executive Director Tree Swenson and Writer-in-Residence Peter Mountford.
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the african artist's journey
Local artist Marita Dingus always wanted to be a visual artist, but didn't discover her path until a trip to Africa. Now she uses her art to keep African and African-American culture alive. Her work is being shown at the Northwest African American Museum.
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music: the kora band
The Kora Band combines traditional West African music with American jazz and has made the traditional 21-string kora, a harp from the West African Mandinka culture, the centerpiece of their sound. Featured Song: "Teriyaa"
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life on the ferries
A collection of short anecodotes about peoples' experiences aboard Washington ferries. Film commissioned by Puget Sound Starts Here.
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the 493
The AFM Seattle Negro Musicians Union local 493was the union that black musicians formed when they were denied membership in Local 76. Seattle bassist Evan Flory-Barnes narrates a brief history of "the 493."
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ReScene: greenwood
Seattle's Greenwood neighborhood then and now.
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macklemore
Macklemore talks about his life, growing up on Seattle's Capitol Hill and working his way into music. In this interview directed by photographer Chase Jarvis, Macklemore speaks about music, rap, race and -- cats. Yes, he dressed up as a cat.
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canoe journey
Tribes from all over Puget Sound and British Columbia take part in an annual canoe journey, paddling hundreds of miles to recreate the daily lives of their ancestors. It’s an arduous adventure that celebrates tradition and strengthens culture.
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ReScene: la cantina
Visit the street corner in Seattle's South Park where the infamous La Cantina Tavern operated after Prohibition ended. If walls could talk…
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pike market ghosts
Look beyond the tourists and fresh fish, and you've got one of the spookiest places in Seattle. We learn why on the Pike Place Market Ghost Tour.
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music: touché
Seattle band Touché is influenced by Django Reinhardt and the French gypsy jazz that became every popular in pre-war Paris. Featured song: "Minor Swing" by Django Reinhardt.
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art seen: first thursday
PIE visits First Thursday in Pioneer Square, the ever-evolving monthly staple for Seattle artists and art-lovers.
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jet city improv's blak cloud
Experience Jet City Improv's take on the Salem witch trials, where the audience decides whether someone burns at the stake or is set free.
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it's the jam
Experience the thrill and rush of roller derby as Seattle's Rat City Rollergirls' Rain of Terror take on New York's Gotham Girls' Wall St. Traitors in the final night of the 2013 regular season.
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parkour in the park
She runs, jumps and scrambles over urban obstacles with the greatest of ease. Brandee Laird introduces us to the art of Parkour at Seattle's Gas Works Park.
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the first family of pro squash
A local family has put Seattle on the map when it comes to squash. Meet the Khans - three generations of national and international squash champions.
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correo aereo
If a wheel spins fast enough, what happens? It becomes airborne. Correo Aerreo (Spanish for "Air Mail") is a Seattle duo performing traditional Latin American music with their own beautiful, colorful lilt.
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the coffinmaker
The wheel of life. It stops turning for all of us. Filmmaker Dan McComb brings a tender look at a Vashon carpenter who makes earth-friendly caskets.
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old guy skateboarders
Hard to believe, but the skateboard is over 60 year old. So why shouldn’t a 60 yr old be riding one? Well, they are. We look at the fun that old dudes are having at the skatepark.
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ReScene: beacon hill firehouse
A picture of an old fire station leads to a journey to the top of Jefferson Park and a restored and thriving corner of Beacon Hill, Seattle.
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bike polo, born in the 206
Beef up that bike, add a mallet and find a hard court and you have a Seattle-born sport that spread worldwide. We go inside the fence as players mash it up and tell us that bike polo is a sport that anyone on a bike can learn.
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ReScene: capitol hill
The show producers bike through the colorful streets of Capitol Hill to recreate a neighborhood scene from a 1930s photograph.
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the no vacation nation
The U.S. is one of only five nations without a mandatory vacation law. [ take our vacation survey ]
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ghost town
Rock/electronica group Ghost Town finds a worldwide audience through social media.
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hopscotch cd
Residents in Seattle’s Central District create a 1.8-mile-long hopscotch path.
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gourmet ice cream
A survey of the creative ice cream flavors found around Seattle this summer.
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seattle summer events
Interview with James Keblas from the City of Seattle Special Events Office to highlight upcoming festivals, fairs and events. Interview is on-location at Seattle Center.
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you're speaking shakespeare
Vancouver BC's Bard on the Beach Artistic Director Christopher Gaze delivers his witty monologue showing how we all are quoting Shakespeare every day without knowing it.
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ReScene: stewart & boren
PIE explorers learn what's replaced the ramshackle church in an old photo taken where Seattle's Denny Regrade meets South Lake Union and Capitol Hill. [More about this church.]
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chinatown strut
Here's a piece of advice—never get into a jazz danceoff with a Chinese dragon. Produced by Good Co. and filmed at the Columbia City Theatre in Seattle.
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red carpet at SIFF
SIFF 2013 kicks off with Much Ado About Nothing by sci-fi/action director Joss Whedon. The PIE crew talks to Joss and actors Alexis Denisof and Amy Acker, local filmmaker Lynn Shelton, and more!
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eraser
A technological journey through the mind, by director James Reeves.
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native art
Curator Katie Bunn-Marcuse brings us examples of the Burke’s collection of colorful handcrafted Native American dancing masks, plus rare and beautiful baskets, and other ethnological artifacts.
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digging in the dirt
Burke curator Laura Phillips shows us archaeological treasures unearthed in downtown Seattle.
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on the road(show)
What’s it like when Antiques Roadshow comes to town? Come along behind the scenes with a local man who brought his collectibles for appraisal when the Roadshow visited Seattle.
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chihuly's collections
The world’s most famous glass artist draws inspiration from his eclectic art collections.
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twisted flicks
Twisted Flicks – Jet City Improv actors bring their overdub magic to the PIE studios and give us a new take on some of our favorite shows. (Downton Abbey 3.1, anyone?)
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lynn shelton
Seattle filmmaker Lynn Shelton catches up with Enrique Cerna before her new film, Touchy Feely, premieres in her hometown. Lynn talks about the glass ceiling that still exists for women in Hollywood.
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nffty opening night
Young filmmakers from around the world converged on Seattle for the NFFTY (National Film Festival for Talented Youth) Opening Night, and PIE was there to capture the gala and glitz.
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siff premiere
With hundreds of films to choose from over 25 days, SIFF turns Seattle into a film-lover's paradise. We talk to SIFF about the red carpet on opening night (Joss Whedon!) and some other stuff.
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rezene
Meet a young and gifted portrait artist dedicated to immortalizing the faces of his community in South Seattle, and his brother who creates a film to capture his work.
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ReScene: capitol hill
A journey by bike through the colorful streets of Capitol Hill.
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syttende mai
Every year, Ballard explodes in a colorful parade and festival, as Norweigians celebrate Syttende Mai – their Constitution Day (signaling their independence from those no good Swedes!). We preview the upcoming parade.
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cinco de mayo
It has become a holiday associated with partying, but the real Cinco de Mayo is a remembrance of an important battle between Mexico and France. The Mexican Consul joins us in the PIE studio to share the real meaning of the 5th of May.
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duck dodge
Every Tuesday night on Lake Union throughout the summer, local sailors hold a mini-regatta. But this summer tradition is more about community than competition.
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cheap wine and poetry
Every few months, poetry fans gather on Capitol Hill for a night of cheap wine and poetry, hosted by the Richard Hugo House.
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adventure cycling
Willie Weir and his partner Kat Marriner have been exploring the world by bicycle since 1996, traveling more than 60,000 miles. We talk adventures and what’s next for these prolific peddlers.
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nffty
Young filmmakers from around the world converge on Seattle for the National Film Festival for Talented Youth.
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ReScene: pier 62
A picture of an old dock takes our wanderers sightseeing with visitors to the Emerald City.
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express yourself: rick steves
The foremost European travel expert interviews himself about how he chooses his travel destinations, protecting his underwear from pick-pockets and why he rips up his own travel books.
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food truck frenzy
An interview with Mark Worster, founder of the seattlefoodtruck.com, which tracks Seattle area food trucks.
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crisp creperie
A visit to the popular Crisp Creperie truck during the lunch rush in SODO.
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mushroom maynia
Mushroom picking is a popular hobby, but if you are not careful you might end up in the ER. Presenting advice from Puget Sound Mycological Society and a preview of Mushroom Maynia Day.
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the night shift
For more than 50 years, Beth’s Café has been feeding the famished 24-7. Where else in Seattle can you get a 12-egg omelet at 3am? From producers Stefanie Malone and Shannon Snider.
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how to crack a crab
A short film showing how to properly cook and clean a Dungeness crab, if you have the heart to kill it yourself first!
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tom douglas
Renowned local chef Tom Douglas interviews himself about his favorite spice (girl), what law he would pass if he became Mayor of Seattle, and what food he has never cooked with and never will.
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the art of art
PIE talks to comic artist Art Spiegelman about the evolution of his work from bubble gum cards to biting social commentary, now presented as a retrospective at the Vancouver Art Gallery .
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welcome to doe bay
Guest interviewer John Keister chats with the filmmakers behind "Welcome to Doe Bay," a Reel NW Season 3 film about a fast-growing music festival in the San Juan Islands.
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farewell, easy street
Seattle filmmaker Collin Monda documented the sorrowful closing of the iconic Queen Anne location of Easy Street Records in this short film.
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smash putt
What happens when you combine putt-putt golf with Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome? You get Smash Putt - the rise of miniature golf apocalypse.
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seal sitters
When baby seals come ashore alone, people sometimes think they're sick or dead. Meet the small army of volunteers who leap into action to protect the resting pups.
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lucky kitty
A visit to the new Bellevue Arts Museum exhibit shows how maneki neko cats became an icon of good fortune.
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what's the word
Our host Bill chats with the artists of “Hedgebrook Rising,” a night of poetry and performance at Town Hall Seattle.
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poetry in action
Spoken word artist Rose McAleese fires up the PIE studio.
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ReScene : 7th and olive
Tracking down the site of a former grand old music hall at 7th and Olive in Seattle's Denny Triangle.
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you’re speaking shakespeare
You don't have to be Bard on the Beach Artistic Director Christopher Gaze to talk like Hamlet. Gaze's riveting monologue reveals how we are all speaking Shakespeare without knowing it.
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springs, sprockets & pulleys
Steve Gergerich's "overlooked common objects" become magical works of art. We get into Vancouver Science World's latest exhibit and explore the principles of simple mechanical motion.
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art seen: vancouver public art
An introduction to Vancouver's popular A-mazing Laughter sculptures and other public art installments around town. [ Learn the exact locations of the featured installations on the PIE blog. ]
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noir city
Film critic Molly Spurgeon is on the trail of some of the best noir films of all time. She sits down with the so-called Czar of Noir, Eddie Muller, host of this weekend's Noir City Film Festival at SIFF.
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express yourself: marty riemer
One of Seattle's best-known radio personalities interviews... himself, solving the mystery behind why he left 103.7 The Mountain, which band he truly hates, and which band isn't actually the greatest of all time.
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wandering: denny regrade
PIE explorers learn what's replaced the ramshackle church in an old photo taken where Seattle's Denny Regrade meets South Lake Union and Capitol Hill. [More about this church. ]
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pepper on pepper
The city’s pre-eminent expert on sex and love asks herself the questions we all want to ask.
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love seattle
A Seattle filmmaker's video letter to Clay Bennett, who bought the Sonics and then moved them to Oklahoma, breaking the hearts of loyal basketball fans.
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ReScene: georgetown
In the midst of planes, highways, and abandoned buildings lies a quirky Seattle neighborhood off the beaten path.
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afro-cuban jazz
Juan de Marcos and the Afro-Cuban All Stars make the KCTS 9 studio sizzle with the syncopated beat of Cuba. [ See them at Dimitriou's Jazz Alley ]
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artifact roadshow
Curators from the Burke Musuem tell the story of objects brought in by KCTS 9 staff and explain how to learn if your treasured artifact is just a rock. [ Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture ]
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pie is history
2.24.5
pie is history
music: richard o'neill
2.24.4
music: richard o'neill
seattle opera supernumeraries
2.24.3
seattle opera supernumeraries
speight jenkins
2.24.2
speight jenkins
art seen: ellie & amy
2.23.4
art seen: ellie & amy
KEXP
2.23.2
KEXP
performance: poet laureate <br/> elizabeth austen
2.22.6
performance: poet laureate
elizabeth austen
syttende mai
2.22.4
syttende mai
humaira abid
2.22.3
humaira abid
ReScene: winslow/bainbridge
2.21.4
ReScene: winslow/bainbridge
crossroads at bellevue
2.20.6
crossroads at bellevue
ReScene:  rattlesnake lake
2.19.4
ReScene: rattlesnake lake
african american film festival
2.19.3
african american film festival
changing wallingford
2.19.2
changing wallingford
harriet bullitt
2.18.3
harriet bullitt
rainier beach urban farm
2.17.6
rainier beach urban farm
lion dance
2.17.5
lion dance
ReScene: poulsbo church
2.17.4
ReScene: poulsbo church
seattle great wheel
2.16.7
seattle great wheel
ReScene: suquamish totem
2.16.4
ReScene: suquamish totem
charles royer and the future of the waterfront
2.16.2
charles royer and the future of the waterfront
city arts editor leah baltus
2.15.5
city arts editor leah baltus
art seen: a day at the frye
2.15.4
art seen: a day at the frye
a house of clocks
2.14.7
a house of clocks
food truck frenzy
2.14.5
food truck frenzy
ReScene:  poulsbo
2.14.4
ReScene: poulsbo
steve scher essay
2.14.3
steve scher essay
seattle asian american film festival
2.13.4
seattle asian american film festival
rachel belle visits the monarch apartments
2.13.3
rachel belle visits the monarch apartments
native hoops
2.13.2
native hoops
jet city improv's "upside downton"
2.12.7
jet city improv's "upside downton"
scarecrow video
2.12.3
scarecrow video
meet stuart mclean
2.12.2
meet stuart mclean
ReScene: ballard
2.11.4
ReScene: ballard
friends of the GAR
2.11.3
friends of the GAR
home, bound
2.10.4
home, bound
ReScene:  3rd and pike
2.9.4
ReScene: 3rd and pike
geekwire game night
2.8.7
geekwire game night
seattle on the small screen
2.7.5
seattle on the small screen
writerly resource
2.7.4
writerly resource
the african artist's journey
2.7.2
the african artist's journey
music: the kora band
2.6.7
music: the kora band
life on the ferries
2.6.6
life on the ferries
the 493
2.6.5
the 493
ReScene: greenwood
2.6.4
ReScene: greenwood
macklemore
2.6.3
macklemore
canoe journey
2.6.2
canoe journey
ReScene: la cantina
2.5.3
ReScene: la cantina
pike market ghosts
2.5.2
pike market ghosts
music: touché
2.4.7
music: touché
art seen: first thursday
2.4.4
art seen: first thursday
jet city improv's blak cloud
2.4.2
jet city improv's blak cloud
it's the jam
2.3.7
it's the jam
parkour in the park
2.3.3
parkour in the park
the first family of pro squash
2.3.2
the first family of pro squash
correo aereo
2.2.8
correo aereo
the coffinmaker
2.2.7
the coffinmaker
old guy skateboarders
2.2.6
old guy skateboarders
ReScene: beacon hill firehouse
2.2.5
ReScene: beacon hill firehouse
bike polo, born in the 206
2.2.2
bike polo, born in the 206
ReScene:  capitol hill
2.1.7
ReScene: capitol hill
the no vacation nation
1.17.5
the no vacation nation
ghost town
1.17.2
ghost town
hopscotch cd
1.17.6
hopscotch cd
gourmet ice cream
1.17.3
gourmet ice cream
seattle summer events
1.16.3
seattle summer events
you're speaking shakespeare
1.16.5
you're speaking shakespeare
ReScene: stewart & boren
1.3.5
ReScene: stewart & boren
chinatown strut
1.15.3
chinatown strut
red carpet at SIFF
1.14.4
red carpet at SIFF
eraser
1.13.6
eraser
native art
1.13.5
native art
digging in the dirt
1.13.7
digging in the dirt
on the road(show)
1.13.4
on the road(show)
chihuly's collections
1.13.2
chihuly's collections
twisted flicks
1.12.6
twisted flicks
lynn shelton
1.12.5
lynn shelton
nffty opening night
1.12.3
nffty opening night
siff premiere
1.12.2
siff premiere
rezene
1.11.3
rezene
ReScene:  capitol hill
1.11.4
ReScene: capitol hill
syttende mai
1.10.2
syttende mai
cinco de mayo
1.10.4
cinco de mayo
duck dodge
1.10.5
duck dodge
cheap wine and poetry
1.10.3
cheap wine and poetry
adventure cycling
1.9.3
adventure cycling
nffty
1.9.6
nffty
ReScene: pier 62
1.9.5
ReScene: pier 62
express yourself: rick steves
1.9.2
express yourself: rick steves
food truck frenzy
1.8.3
food truck frenzy
crisp creperie
1.8.2
crisp creperie
mushroom maynia
1.8.5
mushroom maynia
the night shift
1.8.7
the night shift
how to crack a crab
1.8.6
how to crack a crab
tom douglas
1.8.4
tom douglas
the art of art
1.7.2
the art of art
welcome to doe bay
1.7.5
welcome to doe bay
farewell, easy street
1.7.6
farewell, easy street
smash putt
1.7.3
smash putt
seal sitters
1.6.4
seal sitters
lucky kitty
1.6.2
lucky kitty
what's the word
1.5.7
what's the word
poetry in action
1.5.6
poetry in action
ReScene : 7th and olive
1.5.5
ReScene : 7th and olive
you’re speaking shakespeare
1.4.6
you’re speaking shakespeare
springs, sprockets & pulleys
1.4.4
springs, sprockets & pulleys
art seen: vancouver public art
1.4.5
art seen: vancouver public art
noir city
1.3.6
noir city
express yourself: marty riemer
1.3.3
express yourself: marty riemer
wandering: denny regrade
..2
wandering: denny regrade
pepper on pepper
1.2.3
pepper on pepper
love seattle
1.2.2
love seattle
ReScene: georgetown
1.2.5
ReScene: georgetown
afro-cuban jazz
1.1.6
afro-cuban jazz
artifact roadshow
1.1.4
artifact roadshow

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About PIE. Like any TV show, PIE will bring you things. Things that matter to our audience like art, music, history and the innovative spirit that makes our corner of the world a fascinatingly dynamic place.

In return, we ask that you bring us things too. We're looking for story ideas, images, videos... pretty much anything that reflects the heritage of the area between Vancouver, WA to Vancouver, BC, and from Aberdeen to Alberta, in all its glory, as quirky as it may be.

PIE is best when it's shared. Connect with us on Twitter with the #watchPIE hashtag, on our tumblr blog, or by sending an email to pie@KCTS9.org.

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Bill Radke is the sort of person who has an entry on Wikipedia, but he's not the sort of person who makes a big deal out of it.

He is a familiar voice to the Northwest radio audience for his work at local stations KUOW and KIRO-FM. National radio audiences last encountered Bill's uniquely off-center take during his time hosting Marketplace Morning Report. Previously he co-hosted Weekend America and created the topical satire show Rewind.

In addition to his work in radio, Bill is a stand-up comic and took first place in the 1992 Seattle International Comedy Festival. He wrote essays to accompany photographs for the book "Seattle" and produced a series of podcasts, which sounds like something to do with fishing, but isn't.

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