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Top Ten March 21st – March 28th:


March 28, 2016 - 9:58 am

  1. Andrew Bird  Are You Serious  (Loma Vista)
  2. CéU  Tropix  (Six Degrees)
  3. Lake Street Dive  Side Pony  (Nonesuch)
  4. Teddy Thompson And Kelly Jones  Little Windows  (CV 30)
  5. Charles Bradley  Changes  (Dunham)
  6. Carrie Rodriguez  Lola  (Thirty Tigers)
  7. Carolina Blue  Goin’ Home Today  (Self)
  8. The Cave Singers  Banshee  (Self)
  9. M. Ward More Rain (Merge)
  10. Alfredo Rodriguez  Tocororo  (Mack Avenue)

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Dorian Wants Transit Policy Towards Disabled Persons to Change, Part 1

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March 24, 2016 - 1:01 pm

When Dorian has a smooth bus ride, it’s an experience to cherish. What’s the Flux producer, Mona Yeh, took a ride with Dorian to get a first-hand account of the experience. Here’s the dispatch. Click here for more What’s the Flux?: Commuter Dispatch stories.

Happy 331st Birthday Bach

March 21, 2016 - 4:30 pm

Top Ten March 14th – March 20th:


March 21, 2016 - 11:22 am

  1. Carrie Rodriguez  Lola  (Thirty Tigers)
  2. Mavis Staples  Livin’ On A High Note  (Anti-)
  3. Teddy Thompson and Kelly Jones  Little Windows  (CV 30)
  4. CéU  Tropix  (Six Degrees)
  5. Lake Street Dive  Side Pony  (Nonesuch)
  6. Laurie Lewis and The Right Hands  The Hazel and Alice Sessions  (Spruce & Maple)
  7. Lou Doillon  Lay Low  (Barclay)
  8. Loretta Lynn  Full Circle  (Legacy)
  9. Esperanza Spalding  Emily’s D+Evolution  (Concord)
  10. Charles Bradley  Changes  (Dunham)

Past Top Ten

Kehinde Wiley

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March 11, 2016 - 7:36 am

African American artist, Kehinde Wiley, captivates audiences with his work. He’s a seasoned artist but many are meeting him for the first time through his exhibit, A New Republic, on display at the Seattle Art Museum. The Seattle Art Museum was intentional in choosing to open Wiley’s exhibit during Black History Month. They were also intentional

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Music of the Moment: March


March 8, 2016 - 3:03 pm

Spring is upon us! We’re ecstatic about the new album from Rokia Traoré, and the sophomore effort from local moderns Deep Sea Diver, as well as new work from Lake Street Dive, Grant Lee Phillips, and Loretta Lynn.

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KBCS curated concert series kicks off April 29th


March 8, 2016 - 12:25 pm

91.3 KBCS and Bellevue Arts Museum present Sound & Vision, a brand new concert series in an artful environment. Join us for live music, djs, art, and libations.

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Top Ten February 29th – March 6th:


March 7, 2016 - 11:17 am

  1. Bill Frisell  When You Wish Upon a Star  (Okeh)
  2. Ronnie Spector  English Heart  (429)
  3. Mavis Staples  Livin’ On A High Note  (Anti-)
  4. Rokia Traoré  Né So  (Nonesuch)
  5. Basia Bulat  Good Advice  (Secret City)
  6. Charles Bradley  Changes  (Dunham)
  7. Rhiannon Giddens  Factory Girl  (Nonesuch)
  8. Loretta Lynn  Full Circle  (Legacy)
  9. Luther Dickinson  Blues & Ballads  (New West)
  10. Baaba Maal  The Traveller  (Palm Pictures)

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The Racial Reality of Being Mixed Race


March 4, 2016 - 7:00 am

What does it mean to mixed race? It’s a term recognized but rarely considered in conversations about race and racial identity. However, it should be since according to reports, multiracial individuals are the fastest growing youth group. Seattle-based author and activist, Sharon H. Chang debuts her first book Raising Mixed Race: Multiracial Asian Children In

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Homeless but not Hopeless; Riding the Bus to a Better Future

Al Brown rides the bus to school at Evergreen State College-Tacoma, Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016. (GRANT HINDSLEY, Al Brown rides the bus to school at Evergreen State College-Tacoma, Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016. (GRANT HINDSLEY,

March 3, 2016 - 7:30 am

The bus is a means to a better life for Al Brown. Brown is homeless but not hopeless. He has been homeless for years but that has not determined his outlook on life. Brown is a college student who depends on the bus to move him towards a better future. Whitney Henry-Lester brings us Al’s

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