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May 6, 2016 - 12:57 pm

Join 91.3 KBCS and the songwriters of Bushwick Book Club for a concert inspired by Girl in a Band, the memoir by Kim Gordon, bass player for Sonic Youth, May 13th at The Royal Room

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My America

Sisters, Dr. Georgia McDade and bus driver, Mary Stewart share stories about their America at a WTFlux event at Taste of the Carribean in Seattle. Sisters, Dr. Georgia McDade and bus driver, Mary Stewart share stories about their America at a WTFlux event at Taste of the Carribean in Seattle.

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.

Top Ten April 25th – May 1st:

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May 2, 2016 - 11:00 am

  1. Sam Beam And Jesca Hoop  Love Letter For Fire  (Sub Pop)
  2. Andrew Bird  Are You Serious  (Loma Vista)
  3. CéU  Tropix  (Six Degrees)
  4. Lake Street Dive  Side Pony  (Nonesuch)
  5. Anoushka Shankar  Land Of Gold  (Universal)
  6. Sturgill Simpson  A Sailor’s Guide to Earth  (Atlantic)
  7. The Bills  Trail of Tales  (Factor)
  8. The Cactus Blossoms  You’re Dreaming  (Red House)
  9. Laura Gibson  Empire Builder  (Barsuk)
  10. The Spinney Brothers  Living The Dream  (Mountain Fever)

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Dorian Wants Transit Policy Towards Disabled Persons to Change, Part 2

Wheelchair user, Dorian Taylor meets with King County Metro representative, Tim Flanagan on the bus. Wheelchair user, Dorian Taylor meets with King County Metro representative, Tim Flanagan on the bus.

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.

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Top Ten April 18th – April 24th:

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April 25, 2016 - 9:42 am

  1. Lake Street Dive  Side Pony  (Nonesuch)
  2. Sturgill Simpson  A Sailor’s Guide to Earth  (Atlantic)
  3. Sam Beam And Jesca Hoop  Love Letter For Fire  (Sub Pop)
  4. Andrew Bird  Are You Serious  (Loma Vista)
  5. The Lonesome River Band  Bridging The Tradition  (Mountain Home)
  6. Thao & The Get Down Stay Down  A Man Alive  (Ribbon)
  7. Town Mountain  Southern Crescent  (LoHi)
  8. Charlie Faye & The Fayettes  Charlie Faye & The Fayettes  (Self)
  9. Robbie Fulks  Upland Stories  (Bloodshot)
  10. Teddy Thompson And Kelly Jones  Little Windows  (Cooking Vinyl)

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Transit Access for the DeafBlind Community, Part 2

Chris Loomis waiting on the bus in Seattle. Chris Loomis waiting on the bus in Seattle.

April 21, 2016 - 7:00 am

We continue our exploration of issues around access and mobility for people in the DeafBlind community with Chris Loomis. Producer, Mona Yeh and correspondent Yuko Kodama spent time at The Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc. in Seattle to learn more. Here’s the dispatch. Click here for more What’s the Flux?: Commuter Dispatch stories.

Top Ten April 11th – April 17th:

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April 18, 2016 - 12:15 pm

  1. Charles Bradley  Changes  (Dunham)
  2. Adrian Younge  Adrian Younge Presents Something About April II (Linear Labs)
  3. Andrew Bird  Are You Serious  (Loma Vista)
  4. Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals  Call It What It Is  (Stax)
  5. Lake Street Dive  Side Pony  (Nonesuch)
  6. Laura Gibson  Empire Builder  (Barsuk)
  7. Loretta Lynn  Full Circle  (Legacy)
  8. Basia Bulat  Good Advice  (Secret City)
  9. Sam Beam And Jesca Hoop  Love Letter For Fire  (Sub Pop)
  10. Rokia Traoré  Né So  (Nonesuch)

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Transit Access for the DeafBlind Community, Part 1

April 14, 2016 - 7:00 am

Daily commuting activities such as crossing the street, boarding a bus, and knowing where to get off – become part of a completely different world for those in the deaf-blind community. Seattle has perhaps one of the largest and most active DeafBlind communities in the country. Producer, Mona Yeh and correspondent, Yuko Kodama spent time learning more about issues around access and mobility for people in this community through the Lighthouse for the Blind Seattle. They spent time with Debra Kahn communicating through two tactile American Sign Language interpreters, who alternated every 15 minutes. Watch the video below and here more of Debra’s story here.

Transit Access for the DeafBlind community from 91.3 KBCS on Vimeo.

Click here for more What’s the Flux?: Commuter Dispatch stories.

Emily’s Bike & Bus Commute

Emily gets her bike ready to put on the bus bike rack. Emily gets her bike ready to put on the bus bike rack.

April 12, 2016 - 3:32 pm

Emily Campbell enjoys her bike to bus commute just the way it is. Driving a car is not an option she likes or thinks about. In fact, Emily says even if she won the lottery, she’d buy a car but still take the bus. Correspondent Whitney Henry Lester rode along with Emily and brings you

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Top Ten April 4th – April 10th:

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April 11, 2016 - 12:56 pm

  1. CéU  Tropix  (Six Degrees)
  2. Vox Vidorra  Promise Land  (Self)
  3. Adan & Xavi  Y Los Imanes  (Self)
  4. Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals  Call It What It Is  (Stax)
  5. Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros  PersonA  (Community)
  6. Laura Gibson  Empire Builder  (Barsuk)
  7. Margo Price  Midwest Farmer’s Daughter  (Third Man)
  8. Rokia Traoré  Né So  (Nonesuch)
  9. Tacocat  Lost Time  (Hardly Art)
  10. The Hackensaw Boys  Charismo  (Free Dirt)

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