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intro
Bellingham art exhibit, Steve Scher, foodtrucks online,
Kit Kat Clocks and Mary Lambert.
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vanishing ice
Art historian and curator Barbara Matilsky has created an exhibit for the Whatcom Museum in Bellingham called "Vanishing Ice," that looks at climate change through the eyes of painters and photographers.
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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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ReScene: poulsbo
Explore the sights and meet the friendly locals of Poulsbo, Washington's Norwegian inspired seaside town.
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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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film: the recurrent one
This animated short by Andres Tapeton of the Vancouver Film School takes a nighttime journey through peril and domestic tranquility.
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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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performance:
mary lambert
Before she toured the world with Macklemore and Ryan Lewis and sang at the Grammys with Madonna and Queen Latifah, singer/songwriter Mary Lambert joined us on PIE. Extra: Mary's 9 Media Lab Interview.
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credits
the people who make PIE
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intro
2.14.1
intro
vanishing ice
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vanishing ice
steve scher essay
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steve scher essay
ReScene:  poulsbo
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ReScene: poulsbo
food truck frenzy
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food truck frenzy
film: the recurrent one
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film: the recurrent one
a house of clocks
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a house of clocks
performance: <br>mary lambert
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performance:
mary lambert
credits
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art. culture. time.

PIE #2.14. Featuring the "Vanishing Ice" exhibit at the Whatcom Museum, a Steve Scher essay about Seattle becoming home, the founder of SeattleFoodTruck.com, Mary Lambert singing "She Keeps Me Warm," an animated short called "The Recurrent One," and a visit to A House of Clocks to learn about the local origins of the Kit-Cat Clock.

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.

your host


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.

time

PIE Season: 
2

art. culture. time.

PIE #2.14. Featuring the "Vanishing Ice" exhibit at the Whatcom Museum, a Steve Scher essay about Seattle becoming home, the founder of SeattleFoodTruck.com, Mary Lambert singing "She Keeps Me Warm," an animated short called "The Recurrent One," and a visit to A House of Clocks to learn about the local origins of the Kit-Cat Clock.

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.