Professor Hillary Stephens of the Pierce College Science Dome explains some of this summer’s nighttime celestial events, along with virtual offerings of the Science Dome. Interview begins at .
Melanie Weaver of Catffeinated explains what a cat cafe is, how it works, and the ways in which spending time with animals can promote health and happiness. Interview begins at .
Sherrana Kildun of Habitat for Humanity talks about how the organization is helping to preserve and grow home ownership in Tacoma and Pierce County. Becky and Sam also share that the station will have live election coverage and commentary from KTQA & KTAH personnel and guests tomorrow! Interview begins at .
Chris Staudinger of Pretty Gritty Tours chats with Becky about some of the South Sound’s most unique places. Interview begins at .
Lots of updates today, including an announcement about technology access from the Tacoma Public Schools.
Clair Bunker shares how Nourish Pierce County has been banding together with organization, the National Guard, and resident volunteers to keep the pantries and fridges of homes in Pierce County stocked with nutritious food during uncertain times, and invites all healthy individuals to volunteer to end food scarcity. Interview begins at .
No new interview today, but Becky embarrassingly blanks on basic baseball knowledge and also runs through the list of schools who’ve announced a 100% remote learning start to the school year.
David Thompson talks with Becky about Food Is Free, the urban agriculture movement where tenders of sidewalk gardens share their bounty freely with the community. Interview begins at .
Elyse Rylander discusses the Rainbow Conservation Crew, a program of Northwest Youth Corps designed to facilitate LGBTQ youth getting involved in environmental conservation and outdoor recreation while creating supportive, chosen family. Interview begins at .