It’s Tuesday, and we don’t have an interview, unfortunately. We’ll talk to you tomorrow!
Poet Bethany Montgomery, aka B.Lyte, drops some bars, shares how she brought herself into the world of poetry, and describes her hopes for positive social change. Interview begins at .
Mary Getchell shares what is means when the building is closed by the library is open! Interview begins at .
Tim Jumper rounds out our week of talking with Sound Outreach team members. He shares how long-term ongoing supportive relationships can boost families’ stability and prosperity, especially in Tacoma’s Hilltop neighborhood. Interview begins at .
Bryan Flint gives an overview of Sound Outreach services and resources available to Tacomans wanting to improve their financial stability. Interview begins at .
Lynn Willis shares her passion for helping people reach financial stability and success through her work as a community-embedded employment coach with Sound Outreach. Interview begins at .
We had some scheduling issues here at KTQA, so there’s no interview today. Check back tomorrow!
Gabriel Silberblatt explains the ways in which Tacomans can have a say in how the McKinley neighborhood’s historic Gault Middle School building can be preserved and renewed as it enters its next incarnation as a community asset. Community Survey here! Interview begins at .
Laura McDonald of Multicare explains the Hope Grows Here campaign, window gardens, and surprise flower drops orchestrated by Multicare, Tacomans, and South Sound residents. Interview begins at .