KCTS 9 brings you the 20 most popular videos in 2010, based on page views.
Princeton University professor Dr. Cornel West shares personal memories with host Enrique Cerna. Dr. West talks about his childhood and the great experiences that influenced his book, "Living and Loving Out Loud."
When America went to war, men joined the effort as soldiers leaving necessary jobs at manufacturing plants empty. Women stepped up to fill the gap and worked in the factories and on production lines building the war machinery. In this episode of "The War: Stories From the NW: WWII," KCTS 9 tells the story of one of the heroes of World War II, "Rosie the Riveter," a name proudly adopted by the millions of women who, driven by a patriotic spirit for the war effort, took up jobs at shipyards, armament factories and aircraft companies to help build the "arsenal of democracy."
"Picasso In Seattle" tells the story of how SAM beat out other major cities for the coveted collection. The Seattle Art Museum (SAM) held this landmark exhibition from October 8, 2010 through January 17, 2011.
Producer Lesley McClurg looked at two Washington state initiatives that received a lot of attention in 2010. Initiative 1100 would have ended the state's mark up of liquor, end ties with private contract liquor stores and close state run stores by Dec. 31, 2011. Initiative 1105 would do everything 1100 would, but would also eliminate the tax the state collects. Both initiatives were defeated in November.
Host Josephine Cheng shares the best travel deals in Las Vegas, Whistler, and on sea. Cheng also shows how to research and purchase travel deals online.
Nearly every Washington state initiative on the 2010 November ballot dealt with taxes - raising them, cutting them, or making it harder to enact them. In this episode of "KCTS 9 Connects," we sort through the tax mayhem.
Sarah Rose Smale is a first grader from Redmond, Washington. Smale received honorable mention in the Washington state PBS Kids Go! Writers Contest for her story about the adventures of walking through the woods.
Julie Butler of Puyallup, Washington shares her recipe for Italian Fish Soup with KCTS 9 viewers.
Akiane Kramarik, 16, was a child prodigy who began painting and writing poetry at the age of 4. According to Kramarik, her art is inspired by her visions of heaven, and her personal connection with God. Kramarik's art depicts life, landscape, and people. In this episode of "Conversations," Kramarik discusses her art work and poetry with Enrique Cerna.
Producer Jenny Cunningham looks at strategies for buying foreclosed properties in Seattle.