July 10, 2017 - 11:44 am
In this nature segment we explore the world of rabbits as KBCS’s Yuko Kodama takes a walk in Seattle’s Seward Park with Ed Dominguez, Audubon Lead Naturalist. They discuss the difference between hares and rabbits and some of the characteristics of the cottontail rabbit.
July 7, 2017 - 10:38 am
Do you ever catch yourself questioning how you can possibly make a difference in another person’s life? Lunch lady Valerie Galmish is retiring from being the lunchroom manager at Bellevue’s Big Picture School. KBCS’s Yuko Kodama speaks with her about her work, and Galmish shares why she is so passionate about grasping each opportunity to connect with the students she serves.
July 6, 2017 - 3:36 pm
Summer in Seattle has arrived along with some great new music to add to your summer soundtrack and explore the Music of the Moment here and live at 91.3 KBCS. Meklit Hadero – When the People Move, the Music Moves, Too It’s not every day that mere mortals, such as ourselves, get to dance to
July 5, 2017 - 12:04 pm
According to the Seattle Times, 506 people from 67 countries were sworn in on July 4th at Seattle Center’s annual naturalization ceremony for 2017. KBCS reporter, Casey Martin captured the spirit of the event. Listen in on the voices of some who became newly American.
July 2, 2017 - 11:57 am
- Benjamin Booker Witness Independent
- Jason Isbell The Nashville Sound Independent
- The Secret Sisters You Don’t Own Me Anymore Independent
- Aimee Mann Mental Illness SuperEgo Records
- Dan Auerbach Waiting On A Song Independent
- Meklit Hadero When The People Move The Music Moves Too Six Degrees
- Tobias The Owl Every Eye Is A Universe London Tone Music
- Holly Macve Golden Eagle Bella Union
- Pokey LaFarge Manic Revelations Independent
- Rachel Baiman Shame Independent
June 28, 2017 - 12:18 pm
When KBCS asked Eastside homeless services how homelessness looks on the Eastside versus west of Lake Washington, we were told that Eastside homeless doesn’t usually look like cardboard signs at freeway on-ramps and sleeping bags on the street. They said it looks more like the commuter in work clothes on the bus or the person standing in line with you when you buy your morning coffee.