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  1. So you just submitted your proposal to Amazon. We need to talk | Primed2017/10/19
    Do us a favor. Look up relentless.com. No really — try it. We’ll wait.
  2. 'I'm so trans. Like the transest you can get.'2017/10/19
    “I’ve been so lucky,” my friend Graham Blair said. “It’s not like this for most trans people.”
  3. Snakes on an overpass: I-90 installs wildlife crossing near Snoqualmie2017/10/18
    Bill Radke speaks with Charlie Raines, director of the I-90 Wildlife Bridges Coalition, about the wildlife overpass that is being built east of Snoqualmie Pass on I-90.
  4. The Record: Wednesday, Oct 18, Full Show2017/10/18
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  5. District didn't want us to visit this struggling Seattle school2017/10/18
    Lowell Elementary School sits across from million-dollar houses on a quiet street in Capitol Hill. But this school serves some of the poorest children in the city.
  6. How a star collision could unlock the biggest mysteries of the universe2017/10/18
    Bill Radke talks with astrophysicist Michael Landry about an historic collision of two neutron stars, known as a kilonova. It's the first time scientists have observed this type of cosmic event both through electromagnetic and gravitational waves. Landry is head of the LIGO Hanford Observatory.
  7. The Record: Tuesday, Oct 17, Full Show 2017/10/17
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  8. Should we continue to segregate the sexes in scouts and sports? 2017/10/17
    Bill Radke speaks with University of Denver law professor Nancy Leong and Rob McKenna, executive board member of the Chief Seattle Council of The Boy Scouts of America, about the decision to allow girls into the Boy Scouts and how we should think about segregation between the sexes in society.
  9. Will Seattle pay $15 for a bowl of pho?2017/10/17
    Tam Nguyen owns the Tamarind Tree restaurant in Seattle’s Little Saigon neighborhood . The menu features dishes like crispy coconut rice cakes with shrimp, and of course pho, which has been part of the fabric of Seattle culture since the 1980s.
  10. Convention center developers and community groups reach agreement2017/10/17
    Seattle will get an additional $60 million in public benefits, including affordable housing and bike lanes, as part of the proposed expansion of the Washington State Convention Center. That’s more than the project’s developers had originally offered. The new money is the result of long negotiations.
  11. Why DOJ ordered these Seattle lawyers to stop helping some immigrants2017/10/17
    The cease and desist order came as a shock. It was from the U.S. Justice Department, ordering a group of Seattle lawyers to stop helping in some deportation cases.
  12. Pho is so much more than food | Second Wave2017/10/17
    When Thanh Tan was growing up, pho wasn’t cool. Now, it’s an “it” dish and taking on a life of its own as more Americans eat and serve it.
  13. Seattle’s next mayor is bringing major conflicts of interest with her2017/10/16
    Seattle suddenly seems like a very small town — at least when you look at the mayoral candidates and their family ties.
  14. But what about roosters? Seattle mayoral candidates take your questions2017/10/16
    Two people want to lead the city of Seattle. Only one will be mayor. That person will shape the future of Seattle. The Record recently spoke with candidates Jenny Durkan and Cary Moon.
  15. To pay for homeless services, Seattle considers new business tax2017/10/16
    Seattle City Council members are considering a tax on big business to fund services for homelessness. This kind of tax is often known as a “head tax” or “employee hours tax.” And it’s actually nothing new for Seattle. The city had something like it for transportation funding, until it was repealed in 2009.
  16. What happens when Amazon comes to your town?2017/10/13
    In September, 2017, Amazon kicked off the country’s biggest lottery — a search for a second headquarters, a.k.a. HQ2. The city that wins that contest might want some insight from the city Amazon chose first. So we're launching a new podcast.
  17. Week in Review: Harvey Weinstein, Amazon HQ2 and upcoming elections2017/10/13
    This week rape and sexual harassment got a very public face when we learned that Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein is accused of raping several women. He’s been settling sexual harassment claims for decades, and many, many people knew about it and said nothing.
  18. ‘No simple contract:’ UW community members read the U.S. Constitution2017/10/13
    Twelve years ago the University of Washington Libraries staff started a tradition. They invited UW students, staff, and the general public to join them on a given day to read the U.S. Constitution.
  19. Why was I taught sex ed by a man who uses the word 'slut'?2017/10/12
    Sex is everywhere. But many people still think teens aren’t ready to handle the #Truth. RadioActive takes a look into how we value and define virginity, and the push for abstinence-only education.
  20. When you buy cheap, someone pays2017/10/12
    Seattle (or Amazon-town, if you prefer) is ground zero for cheap things. Amazon has built a world-altering business out of discounting products online. And author Raj Patel says that’s not a good thing.
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