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This Week on a Very Special Blabbermouth: Eli Sanders Discusses His New Book, While the City Slept

4 days agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

We don't like to talk about it too much, but ELI WROTE A BOOK! Substitute host (Stammerin') Sean Nelson interviews regular Blabbermouth host Eli Sanders about Sanders’s splendid new book, While the City Slept (Viking, $28), which tells...Show More Summary

This Week on Blabbermouth: The Economy of Seattle’s Music Industry, and the Meowconomy of Seattle's Odd New Businesses

If you're half as excited as Django is about the new Blabbermouth, you're in for the ride of your life! Mary Seton This week, Arts & Music Editor Sean Nelson fills in for Eli Sanders, who is gearing up for the release of his book, While the City Slept. Show More Summary

This Week on Blabbermouth: A Special Election, a False Earthquake Alarm, and a Wake for the Seahawks

2 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Episode 36 of Blabbermouth figures out what Seattle's Feb. 9 "Special Election" is all about, busts a bogus earthquake claim, and then mourns the end of Seahawks season. (Wanna subscribe to the show on iTunes? Right here.) Andrea Izzotti/Shutterstock Blabbermouth...Show More Summary

This Week on Blabbermouth: A Lid for Interstate 5, Seahawks-Panthers Predictions, and the Death of David Bowie

3 weeks agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Episode 35 of Blabbermouth discusses the "Big Lid" plan for I-5, the upcoming Seahawks-Panthers playoff game, and the death of David Bowie. (Wanna subscribe to the show on iTunes? Right here.) PATANO STUDIO ARCHITECTURE BlabbermouthShow More Summary

This Week on Blabbermouth: One Local Politician Who's NOT Running for Jim McDermott's Seat, Seahawks 101, and More!

last monthUnited States / Seattle : Slog

State Senator Reuven Carlyle (D-Seattle) won't be running for Congressman Jim McDermott's newly open seat because he believes—really, truly—that being a state legislator is a better job than being a Congressman. Also discussed on this week's Blabbermouth: Olympia bathroom panic, Seahawks 101, and the Vanilla ISIS Crisis. Show More Summary

This Week on Blabbermouth: Mayor Murray’s Unfinished Business, Year-End Lists, Black Hanford, and Star Wars!

2 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Episode 33 of our Stranger week-in-review podcast asks Seattle Mayor Ed Murray about what he did in 2015, what he's gonna do in 2016, and who he plans to party with on New Years Eve. (Wanna subscribe to the show on iTunes? Right here!)...Show More Summary

Blabbermouth: Our Week-in-Review Podcast Talks to Congressman Jim McDermott and His New Challenger, Brady Walkinshaw

2 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Episode 32 of our Stranger week-in-review podcast features Congressman Jim McDermott, left, and the guy who wants to unseat him: State Representative Brady Walkinshaw, right. (Wanna subscribe to the show on iTunes? Right here!) This dark week was a reminder that it matters who we elect to speak for us at the national level—a whole hell of a lot. Show More Summary

Blabbermouth: Our Week-in-Review Podcast Talks Bertha, Fascism, Stingy Canadian Pours, and Must-See Art in Tacoma

2 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Episode 31 of our Stranger week-in-review podcast. (Now available on iTunes.) There’s a LOT we have to talk about this week. Bertha, our giant tunnel drilling machine, is about to start back up at the end of the month, which means we all need to brush up on why the fuck Bertha’s been taking so long to dig one tunnel. Show More Summary

Blabbermouth: Our Week-in-Review Podcast Discusses Ballot Chasing, Tumbling Cars, and Thanksgiving Coping Strategies

3 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Episode 30 of our Stranger week-in-review podcast. (Now available on iTunes.) It’s the end of a long and upsetting week globally, so let’s pause from that for a moment—not to ignore it, but just to take a pause—and focus on some things here in Seattle. The extremely close city council race in West Seattle is STILL GOING. Show More Summary

Blabbermouth: Our Week-in-Review Podcast Discusses "The Hidden Half of Nature" and a Refusal to Review Suffragette

3 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Episode 29 of our Stranger week-in-review podcast. (Now available on iTunes.) This week’s show begins with a brief check-in with Lisa Herbold, one of two candidates in a very tight Seattle City Council race that’s still undecided ten days after the election. Show More Summary

Get a Sneak Preview of Tyler Swan (from Truckasauras)'s Footwork Project, Radio in Tunnels

3 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Radio in Tunnels: Swan dives into footwork with outstanding results. Kelly O Truckasauras keyboardist/drummer Tyler Swan has a new footwork-oriented project called Radio in Tunnels, and he's just completed a seven-track self-titled record, recorded in the Truck home studio, Sauco. Show More Summary

Blabbermouth: Our Week-in-Review Podcast Talks Election Results With Kshama Sawant and Three Political Consultants

3 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Episode 28 of our Stranger week-in-review podcast. (Now available on iTunes.) We had a big local election this week, plus statewide votes on some important issues. So we brought in four people to tell us what the results say about our...Show More Summary

Still Making Up Your Mind About Who to Vote For? Watch These Short Debates!

3 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Shannon Braddock and Lisa Herbold are running in West Seattle's District 1. Not all of the candidate debates below were this friendly. Seattle Channel We have already told you who to vote for and even given you a cheat sheet so you don't...Show More Summary

Ken the Ghost Hunter Takes a Trip to Jimi Hendrix's Grave

3 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

"Jimi, are you there? It's me, Ken. I'm a paranormal investigator." KELLY O Standing under the 30-foot-high marble dome that encases Jimi Hendrix’s grave, Ken Arnold scanned AM/FM radio frequencies with his SB11 Spirit Box. Nothing but static from the device could be heard. Show More Summary

Blabbermouth: Our Week-in-Review Podcast Looks Into Attacks on Voting Rights, a Very Bad Library Idea, and Persimmons!

3 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Episode 27 of our Stranger week-in-review podcast. (Now available on iTunes.) On this week’s podcast, Stranger writer Rich Smith gives the scoop on a frightening $2 million rebranding effort at the Seattle Public Library that just got...Show More Summary

Blabbermouth: Our Week-in-Review Podcast Drinks With Governor Inslee, Then Explores Restaurant Racism and Paul Allen

4 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Episode 26 of our Stranger week-in-review podcast. (Now available on iTunes.) On this week’s show we corner Washington State Governor Jay Inslee at the Comet Tavern and ask him a few questions. (Like: Hey governor, why is it that Boeing...Show More Summary

Blabbermouth: Our Week-in-Review Podcast Talks About the Upcoming Election (Ballots Arrive Next Week!)

4 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Episode 24 of our Stranger week-in-review podcast. (Now available on iTunes.) Ballots for the November general election are going to start arriving next week. Are you ready??? We are, almost. We’ve interviewed every damn candidate running...Show More Summary

Blabbermouth: Our Week-in-Review Podcast Talks to Christopher Frizzelle About the Plight of Lolita the Killer Whale

4 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Episode 24 of our Stranger week-in-review podcast. (Now available on iTunes.) Forty five years ago, an orca named Lolita was captured in Washington State waters and taken to Florida to be put on display. Stranger Editor Christopher Frizzelle...Show More Summary

Blabbermouth: Our Week-in-Review Podcast Talks to Kshama Sawant About Everything

5 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Episode 23 of our Stranger week-in-review podcast. (Now available on iTunes.) Wow, well, Seattle City Council Member Kshama Sawant is on the show for the first time this week and it’s a kinda epic conversation. Council President TimShow More Summary

Blabbermouth: Our Week-in-Review Podcast Looks at How the Teachers Strike May End and Then Eats a Sunflower

5 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Episode 22 of our Stranger week-in-review podcast. (Now available on iTunes.) Remember that Seattle teachers strike we talked about last week? It seems to be nearing an end, with the 5,000 teachers who were walking the picket lines now back in public school classrooms and preparing to vote on a tentative agreement this Sunday. Show More Summary

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