Dana Coggon is BACK, this time to talk about managing noxious weeds, from they annoying but tasty blackberry to more nefarious flora like giant hogweed or poison hemlock. Interview begins at .
Young adult author Marissa Meyer spins tales of cyborgs and space kittens, heroes and villains, from the world of traditional fairy tales and children’s literature. Interview begins at .
Marc Heinzman gives insight into the activities and restoration of pacific northwest woodland creatures at TacomaParks’ Northwest Trek. Interview begins at .
Jasmine Iona Brown talks about the path that led her to Tacoma, her upcoming sculptural installation at the Eastside Community Center, and a photomural series portraying African American youth engaged in everyday teenage activities. Interview begins at .
Jim Thatcher introduces us to the good, bad, artistic, funny, and hopeful ways location-aware technology and Big Data shape our lives and society. Interview begins at .
Rob Colbert introduces us to Feed The Fight–Tacoma, an initiative helping support local restaurants and medical staff members that are fighting the Coronavirus. Interview begins at .
Dana Coggon shares how Tacomans are rooting ourselves and growing together through food gardening, seed sharing, and digging in to our own backyards and patios. Interview begins at .
Stephan Childers shares his love of electronic music and community connection as he tells us about TCOEMA, the Tacoma Collective of Electronic Music Ambassadors. Interview begins at .
Mark Monlux gives some insight into the world of Tacoma’s cartoonists, chalk artists, and weird movie enthusiasts, with advice for aspiring graphic artists for remote drawing sessions. Interview begins at . CLAW can be found here.