Noah Struthers introduces us to 2nd Cycle, Tacoma’s nonprofit community bike shop, and some of its innovative programs. Interview begins at .
It’s Thursday, which means…lots of news? Yes! Becky briefs listeners on lots of items as our state begins to open in a phased approach. No interview today.
Jennifer Caringer details the depth of volunteerism and rapid-response meeting of needs during the COVID-19 Emergency via the grassroots group Helping Hands in Washington. Interview begins at .
Coach Chelsea McElroy helps Tacoma’s youth make music with their bodies through the art of Step. Interview begins at .
Brendan Nelson shares some of the ways that Hilltop Neighborhood stays vibrant, resilient, and connected. Interview begins at .
Becky interviews…Sam! He’s finally ready to share KTQA’s latest community project: refurbished laptops for needy students. Interview begins at …ish.
Chloe Eklof uses song to articulate the bittersweetness teachers feel for their students’ culminating milestones cut short. Featuring original tune “The Last Three Months.” Interview begins at .
Malia Somerville gives insight on how the non-human animals at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium are faring. She rattles off puffin factoids, explains the case of the wandering peacock, and shares her love of sea lions. Interview begins at .
Ahndrea Blue shares how Eloise’s Cooking Pot food bank in East Tacoma continues to serve all members of the community in unique ways. Interview begins at .
Ali Bishins explains how community connections and a “local first” attitude can help individuals, businesses, and our neighborhoods thrive. Interview begins at .