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That’s Debatable: The Homelessness Crisis is Killing Seattle
On any given night there are more than 12,000 people experiencing homelessness in King County. The homelessness crisis is a complicated issue that evokes strong emotions from people across the region. There are a wide range of opinions on how to best tackle the issue, how much money should be spent and whether public dollars are being spent wisely. Everyone is impacted by the homelessness crisis in some way. Some argue that it’s killing our city – bringing us into a state of decline. Others argue that homelessness is merely a symptom of much larger problem.
Join KUOW at the Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute on Tuesday, October 29 for the latest event in our That’s Debatable series. At this Oxford-style debate, a panel of smart Seattleites will square off on the proposition, “The Homelessness Crisis is Killing Seattle.”Where: Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute Get Tickets
BTSW Live: Who gets to be the hero and why it matters
There's no shortage of hero stories in our books, on TV, and in movies. And for a long time, most of our heroes, from flawed to super, had something in common: they were either white dudes or femme fatales. (Or in Superman's case, a space alien who passed as a white dude.) But wait! That doesn't mean we're doomed to have the same kinds of stories or the same kinds of heroes forever. Join Eula Scott Bynoe and Jeannie Yandel, hosts of KUOW’s Battle Tactics For Your Sexist Workplace podcast, for a fascinating, funny conversation about who gets to be the hero and why it matters. Eula and Jeannie will welcome real life superheroes, award-winning novelist and comic book writer G. Willow Wilson and Salon.com TV critic Melanie McFarland.
Front Row Center: Locally Sourced
Come see Locally Sourced at the Pacific Northwest Ballet and join KUOW's Marcie Sillman for a discussion following the performance with Donald Byrd, artistic director of Spectrum Dance Theater and Eva Stone, founder and producer of Chop Shop and PNB dancer Miles Pertl.
Discount code: Marcie (for 50% off)Where: Pacific Northwest Ballet Get Tickets
Year in Review Live: Seattle
Update: This event is sold out.
KUOW’s Week in Review is sending off 2019 with our first ever “Year in Review” show in Seattle and we want to see you there!
Since August, Week in Review has been on the road doing live shows down the sound in Bellingham, Edmonds and Olympia. At this special “Year in Review” show, we’ll have news, quizzes, music, special guests and more – and meet the host Bill Radke and the rest of the team at a fun post-event mixer.Where: Cornish Playhouse Get Tickets