May 13, 2016 - 12:01 pm
My dear Caravan listeners
Today I bid farewell to the morning Caravan schedule. I’ll miss you all.
While I’d much rather be over engaged with life than sitting on a couch somewhere, I have been stretched pretty thin these past few years. I need to reapportion my daytime hours in order to give more attention to my primary work commitment as Executive Director of Seattle’s non-profit Earshot Jazz organization. Later this month, I’ll reappear on the KBCS schedule in an evening version of the Caravan.
May 12, 2016 - 1:30 pm
Our WTFlux team learned at our April event that when you “unmute the commute”, you can learn a lot. From having conversations to strangers to people watching that inspires art, there are many life lessons that can be learned. In this excerpt from the event, you hear Seattle bus chick, Carla Saulter, artist, Lynn DiNino
May 5, 2016 - 8:01 am
In April, the What’s the Flux team held a listening party in Seattle. It featured many voices including sisters Dr. Georgia McDade and Mary Stewart. They both gave a description of the America they live in. Click here for more What’s the Flux?: Commuter Dispatch stories.
May 2, 2016 - 11:00 am
- Sam Beam And Jesca Hoop Love Letter For Fire (Sub Pop)
- Andrew Bird Are You Serious (Loma Vista)
- CéU Tropix (Six Degrees)
- Lake Street Dive Side Pony (Nonesuch)
- Anoushka Shankar Land Of Gold (Universal)
- Sturgill Simpson A Sailor’s Guide to Earth (Atlantic)
- The Bills Trail of Tales (Factor)
- The Cactus Blossoms You’re Dreaming (Red House)
- Laura Gibson Empire Builder (Barsuk)
- The Spinney Brothers Living The Dream (Mountain Fever)
April 28, 2016 - 7:00 am
We introduced you to Dorian Taylor, a wheelchair user and regular bus-rider who’s experienced challenges with nearly every single ride. Dorian wants to change transit policy to better address the needs of the wheelchair user community. After her story aired, King County Metro contacted Dorian to hold a meeting with their ADA Compliance Officer. The