Kim Malcolm talks with Leonard Garfield about the history of the Alaskan Way Viaduct, and why it's been an ongoing source of controversy from the very start.
Jay Caldwell is raising money to create some of the first-ever bobbleheads of black baseball players who were prevented from joining Major League Baseball by segregation laws of the 1920s and '30s.
If you’ve been on the Seattle Underground Tour, you know that UPS launched here.
Emotional and inspirational, we hear about your personal anthem of the year. We also take a look at the new Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan, and his time at Boeing and the University of Washington. Plus, a conversation with historians Paul Dorpat and Jean Sherrard about their collaboration, "Seattle Now and Then."
Last week, an American missionary from Washington state named John Allen Chau attempted proselytize to a tribe on North Sentinel Island, far off the coast of India, in defiance of both missionary ethics.
At first, the results of Nabil Ayers' DNA test made him feel less black than ever. But months later, those results uncovered his ties to a unique and specific black experience.
Our search for an answer takes us to Chinatown International District and one woman's renewed relationship with her late father.