4/15: Marissa Meyer, Sci-Fi & Fantasy Author

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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 .

4/14: Marc Heinzman, Zoological Curator

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Marc Heinzman gives insight into the activities and restoration of pacific northwest woodland creatures at TacomaParks’ Northwest Trek. Interview begins at .

4/13: Jasmine Iona Brown, Public Art Creator

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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 .

4/12: Sunday Update

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It’s Easter Sunday!  No interview today, just some short updates.

4/11: Saturday Update

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It’s Saturday!  No interview today.

4/10: Jim Thatcher, Urban Studies and Geography Professor

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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 .

4/9: Rob Colbert, Feeding the Fight

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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 .

4/8: Dana Coggon, Urban Agriculturalist

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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 .

4/7: Stephan Childers of the Tacoma Collective of Electronic Music Ambassadors

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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 .

4/6: Mark Monlux, Illustrator and CLAW Founder

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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.