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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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submitted films: home movie montage
Featuring home movies from PIE viewers! Includes Kirkland's Shumway Mansion, a snowy walk home, the Seattle Center amphitheatre, 9/11 remembrance, and a truthful, toothful home dentistry procedure from the 50s captured on 8mm.
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solowheel test drive
Invented in Washington, the Solowheel
, a Segway-inspired unicycle, is called the greenest mode of transportation ever. "Barefoot"
Ted McDonald shows Molly Spurgeon how it works.
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An animated film about snoring from Vancouver Film School student Chris Nyarady.
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, formerly of Los Angeles, leave the glitzy world of show business for a life in the Oregon countryside. They're new pioneers -- people finding comfort and challenges in a new environment.
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film: wasabi guy
A 3D-animated introduction to that hot green condiment wasabi created by Vancouver Film School student Chris Ushko.
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It's David versus Goliath on the dodgeball court in this animated short from the Vancouver Film School, directed by student Nicolas Torres.
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the real seahawk
The bird represented in the Seattle Seahawks' logo may not be a seahawk after all. Ornithology Curator John Klicka from the Burke Museum of Natual History and Culture shows us the real bird our team is probably named after.
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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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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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film: space bar
What really happened when man first landed on the moon? Find out, as told in this short film from Nicholas Hogan and the Vancouver Film School. [Vancouver Film School
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aboard the shuttle
Before any astronaut could fly on the space shuttle, they had to train on the FFT — the Full Fuselage Space Shuttle Trainer, now located at the Museum of Flight and open to non-astronaut visitors. [Museum of Flight
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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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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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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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A profile of young musicians in the KING FM Young Artists contest. The winner gets to perform on King FM
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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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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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Presidents of the United States member Chris Ballew performs as Caspar Babypants to a live audience of pre-k kids in the PIE studio.
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art seen: toddler boogaloo
Local toddlers learn how to breakdance from one of the country's top crews - the Massive Monkees. [ go to a Mini Breaks class
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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.