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The Bridge Seattle

Nov 3, 2019

We learn from our guest, Clay Eals, former director of the Southwest Seattle Historical Society, about preserving and celebrating this region's history. Eals is a writer, photographer and journalist as well as an author of two noted biographies. He has been a recent contributor to the Seattle Times' popular Sunday "Then...


Nov 3, 2019

Our guest, King County Elections Director Julie Wise tells us about conducting elections in this state's largest county. She describes some of the way the county has worked to make voting more accessible like same day registration, mail-in voting with pre-paid postage and wide placement of secure drop boxes....


Nov 3, 2019

We talk to Claire Catania, interim director of the Seattle Audubon Society and Joshua Morris, Seattle Audubon's urban conservation manager. They tell us about what the society has been doing to help us appreciate, understand and protect birds and their natural habitats. We learn from them some ways we can help stem the...


Oct 29, 2019

Political consultant Cathy Allen and public affairs strategist Emily Wicks tell us about women engulfing the political scene, both locally and nationally. They explain the forces behind the record numbers of women winning congressional and legislative seats. They see it as a watershed moment in our history.

The music...


Jul 14, 2019

We learn more about Kris Easterday, the remarkable woman who founded Seattle-based Easterday Promotions. She has had a fascinating career working promoting events as varied as the King Tut Exhibit, an air show in Moscow, a rock show in Vladivostok and virtuosos like violininst Itzak Perlman and the Three...