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.
Brent Hartinger is an author of fiction, a screenwriter, and a world traveler with lots of ties to Tacoma. He joins me remotely today from Austin, Texas. Welcome to the show! Interview begins at .
News Break: In a 5pm news conference today, Gov. Jay Inslee announced an extension of Washington State’s stay-at-home order through May 4. The same rules that have closed non-essential businesses and other public places will continue to apply, with the intention to reduce social interactions that spread COVID-19.
This briefing features professor and poet Richard Wakefield. He shares his advice for aspiring writers and consumers of literature, and reads a poem about a piece of western Washington history and culture. Interview begins at .