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 .
Sarah Low gives insight on how tree planting can increase civic and community engagement, and shares what it means to “tree-map” our city and its arboreal canopy. Interview begins at .
Robert Demko talks about diet, food, identity, comfort, and health. Interview starts at .
Leah Michaelsen introduces us to the City of Tacoma’s Office of Environmental Policy and Sustainability, explains the city’s Climate Emergency Resolution, and celebrates Earth Day! Interview begins at .
Christopher Uebelhor shares the history of Tacoma’s first successful non-native settler who braved the Oregon Trail to stake his claim in Old Town. Interview starts at .
Artist Mindy Barker paints love through the streets of Tacoma, and brings us back to a time when a Bear named Jack drank beer from the hotel bar. Interview begins at .
Brent Mason introduces us to a museum that celebrates our maritime heritage, a building that’s survived all odds, environmental stewardship and remediation, and one butt-kicking lady. Interview begins at .