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Citizen University TV offers an up-close look at lessons in civic power and engagement. Host Eric Liu delivers short lessons on the values, knowledge and skills of effective citizenship. He shares local examples of civic leadership in action and talks to people who are effecting change in their communities.
 
Seattle's own 'action figure librarian' and best-selling author Nancy Pearl sits down each month with top writers from around the country for conversations about books and the process and art of writing. There's no one better qualified than Nancy to discuss books and writing, bringing an informed reader's perspective to lively conversation and in-depth dialogs about all things literary.
 
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CityStream Seattle
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Seattle is a dynamic and diverse city with fascinating people, unique organizations, innovative businesses, and one of the most beautiful settings of any metropolitan area in the United States. To find out what fuels Seattle's limitless vibrancy and to keep abreast of how the city is growing and changing in the 21st century, Seattle Channel presents the CityStream video podcast.
 
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Civic Cocktail
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Civic Cocktail - presented by Seattle Channel and Seattle CityClub - offers a night of networking, civic conversation, Tom Douglas appetizers and a no-host bar.
 
The Art Zone with Nancy Guppy podcast presents the best in arts and entertainment video from Seattle. Featuring bands, artists, dancers, writers and more.
 
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Homelessness is a baffling problem in this city with no solution in sight. Seattle's homeless issues are not new. A review of the Seattle Municipal Archives reveals similar challenges more than a century ago. Plus, a program designed to help homeless adults get back on their feet receives special status. And a Boy Scout troop opens its arms to ...…
 
Eric Liu refers to America's favorite pastime, baseball, to help answer the question, what does it mean to be responsible? He says there are two ways to interpret this. First, what is it we should expect to be blamed for or held to account? Second, what ways are we living up to obligation or expectation? He says both are at play as our politica ...…
 
Choreographer and dancer Mark Haim stitches the movements of 370 people into a compelling new solo performance. Christian French creates public art that is meant to be messed with. Pop/electro-soul artist Scarlet Parke performs two songs from her upcoming debut record "Flight Risk." Northwest Film Forum Artistic Director Rana San curates the ca ...…
 
He introduces himself as "...a three-time cancer surviving, fully blind, Iranian American from a mixed religion, immigrant family." Lt. Gov. Cyrus Habib shares personal stories and reveals his humorous side during a lively conversation with host Joni Balter. Habib describes his "coolest" moment serving as acting governor, a role he's assumed a ...…
 
For those with memory loss a sense of confusion replaces clarity, and simple conversation becomes difficult. But The Art of Alzheimer's is opening windows to thoughts and emotions no longer expressed. Also, it's a place of wonder and imagination that now ranks as North America's second largest children's theater. And it's right in our back yard ...…
 
Ben Gannon and Joey Veltkamp blur the lines between art and domestic life with cogean?, their house/art gallery. Photographer Mike Hipple celebrates '80s pop stars and the music they made. Science meets dance in a unique collaboration on the grounds of Seattle Center. Clyde Petersen and his band Your Heart Breaks release their ninth record. ACT ...…
 
After 65 years of service, the Alaskan Way Viaduct opened one final time for all to say farewell. The sendoff soon became a spectacle, complete with street theater, people-powered sculptures, art cars and anecdotes from thousands of admirers. Also, seniors take a stand for better health by sitting down. Chair volleyball increases both cardio an ...…
 
The exuberant, heartfelt animation of Dawn Norton. Bainbridge Island Museum of Art celebrates its gorgeous and thought-provoking collection of artist's books. Meet Jimi Hendrix, the man, at Northwest African American Museum. James Anaya and The Current perform two songs, including their new single "Jimmy, Dream On." Choreographer and performer ...…
 
During a wide-ranging conversation with host Joni Balter, Gov. Jay Inslee discusses renewable energy, saving the beloved orcas, a fiscal surprise for lawmakers, and, of course, climate change. He says all the reports that the planet is in trouble are NOT true. "Planet Earth is going to be okay; it's just humanity that's the problem." And, we co ...…
 
Photographer Deb Achak takes pictures that pack a glorious and sensual punch. Something Weird Video is alive and well thanks to artist Lisa Petrucci's commitment to her late husband's vision. Emma Lai, a Cornish College of the Arts sophomore, choreographs a beautiful short film on the shore of Lake Sammamish. "American Junkie" gets its theatric ...…
 
Seattle author and writing teacher Priscilla Long discusses the art and process of writing with host Nancy Pearl. Long's book, "The Writer's Portable Mentor," serves as a guide for writers at all levels looking for help structuring a book, story or essay and scrutinizes the sentence strategies of the masters. She shares why writing every day - ...…
 
Civic Cocktail covers a lot of ground, from Rick Steves on the rise and fall of fascism in Europe to local lawmakers' take on Seattle's shifting political landscape. Three Seattle City Council members who've chosen not to seek re-election visit a variety of topics with host Joni Balter. Council President Bruce Harrell speaks his mind about dist ...…
 
Citizen University visits El Centro de la Raza for a special edition of Civic Saturday. As the country celebrates Black History Month, host Eric Liu cites the readings of abolitionist and statesman Frederick Douglas to provide context to the term liberation. But Liu goes a step beyond, exploring the full arc that runs from slavery to liberation ...…
 
Citizen University: Year in Review 2018 looks back at 'What is Civics?' We highlight the ways to practice civics in our community, as well as participating with your neighbors through Civic Saturdays.
 
Citizen University presents a special edition of Civic Saturday from its home turf at Impact Hub Seattle. Host Eric Liu explores the topic of time and citizenship, focusing on three aspects of time that shape our civic lives: tempo, horizons, and patterns. Liu reminds us to move at our own tempos and to be intentional. But he admits that can be ...…
 
Exactly one year after taking office, Mayor Jenny Durkan returns to Civic Cocktail and grades her performance! She discusses the highlights of the past year plus a few things she wishes she could do over. During a wide-ranging discussion with host Joni Balter, she talks budget, the repealed head tax, picking a police chief, passage of the educa ...…
 
Nancy Pearl talks with best-selling author Leif Enger about his first novel in 10 years, "Virgil Wander," a sweeping story of new beginnings which follows the inhabitants of a broken Midwestern town in their quest to revive its flagging heart. Enger discusses his inspiration for character Virgil Wander, his writing process and the sort of ficti ...…
 
Host Eric Liu says "neighbor power" matters. Those who study relationships refer to it as "social cohesion." And according to a recent civic health report, Seattle ranks low on the national scale. Many Seattleites don't know their neighbors or share favors. Liu examines what it means to be a good neighbor and how fostering relationships at the ...…
 
Now that Democrats have regained control of the U.S. House, what impact will it have on legislation and the president's agenda? U.S. Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Seattle) tells host Joni Balter the wave of women elected is a clear rejection of the GOP's divisive politics. But Jason Rantz, morning host of AM 770 KTTH, says the House takeover is simpl ...…
 
Citizen University TV makes a stop at the Fremont Abbey for a special presentation of Civic Saturday. In his "civic sermon," Eric Liu reminds us, "It's a Free Country." But when he explores that notion it reveals much about who we are as a nation. As Alexis de Tocqueville noted in "Democracy in America," we are both "independent and weak." Liu ...…
 
Writer-editor Margot Kahn discusses her second book, an anthology she co-edited with Kelly McMasters titled "This Is the Place: Women Writing About Home." Kahn talks about her work editing the collection written by a wide range of women exploring the theme of home in personal essays about marriage, kids, homelessness, domestic violence, solitud ...…
 
With election day closing in, we discuss three key initiatives on the November ballot. Initiative 1639 seeks changes to gun ownership and purchase requirements. Zach Silk, co-founder of the Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility, says the initiative is not a ban on guns, and he believes the measure was drawn up "very responsibly." But Dave ...…
 
How do you get city hall to listen to your concerns? As we continue this season's civics lesson, host Eric Liu explains how to get the attention of local powerbrokers and what to do once you have their ear. He highlights successful workers' rights campaigns and talks with Clara Cantor of Seattle Neighborhood Greenways, a volunteer organization ...…
 
Best-selling author Debra Dean discusses her new biography, "Hidden Tapestry: Jan Yoors, His Two Wives, and the War That Made Them One," with host and author Nancy Pearl. "Hidden Tapestry" reveals the unforgettable story of Flemish American artist Yoors -- childhood vagabond, wartime Resistance fighter, and polyamorous New York bohemian. Dean d ...…
 
After her novel was rejected by a number of traditional publishers, Seattle author Betsy Hanson decided to go the independent route and self-publish her first novel "Always Gardenia." Hanson recounts her path to becoming a successful self-published author, discusses writing craft and shares her love for the midcentury English novelist Barbara P ...…
 
With a referendum looming, is Seattle's head tax in jeopardy? Seattle Chamber of Commerce CEO Marilyn Strickland thinks so. She says the business community shouldn't be viewed as "an ATM" to handle a regional issue. One of the sponsors of the controversial tax, Seattle City Councilmember M. Lorena González contends homelessness is a continuing ...…
 
On the transportation front, Seattle Deputy Mayor Shefali Ranganathan responds to headlines criticizing the city's ballooning price tag for bike lanes. She says there's much more to the story. With King County Metro's ridership through the roof, General Manager Rob Gannon outlines how the agency plans to improve service. And "Bus Chick" blogger ...…
 
Veteran travel writer Thomas Swick joins host Nancy Pearl. They discuss Swick's path to travel writing, the elements of a good travel story, writers he admires, as well as favorite destinations and worst trips. Swick's latest book, "The Joys of Travel: And Stories That Illuminate Them," takes readers through the seven fundamental joys of travel ...…
 
Behind many important social and political movements are community organizers. Citizen University TV host Eric Liu examines an age-old tool of the art of civics with a look at how community organizing can upend the status quo and how simple acts can lead to powerful actions. He reviews the legacy of some well-known local leaders and looks at ho ...…
 
Citizen University TV hits the road with a special presentation of Civic Saturday from the Northwest African American Museum. Host Eric Liu hits "rewind" with a fascinating journey back in time, decade by decade. Liu recounts pivotal moments in history when he had the foresight to warn people of what was to come. But his talk is more than a fla ...…
 
Washington Sen. Patty Murray doesn't hold back while discussing the latest capers of the Trump White House. She tells host Joni Balter what she really thinks about EPA Chief Scott Pruitt and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. Since Murray took office in 1992, the number of women in the U.S. Senate has quadrupled. She says as a group they often cr ...…
 
Family. Tumult. Leonard Cohen. A library card. Mexican-American author Luis Alberto Urrea talks with host Nancy Pearl about what inspired him to become a writer. Urrea reflects on his dual culture and shares the story behind his new book, "The House of Broken Glass," a rollicking portrait of a Mexican-American family, immigration and the Americ ...…
 
Best-selling author Kristin Hannah discusses her new novel "The Great Alone." The epic story set in 1970s Alaska follows the Allbright family as they move to the wilderness in hopes of a fresh start and a better life. Hannah - the author of more than 20 novels including "The Nightingale" - talks with author and host Nancy Pearl about how she dr ...…
 
Citizen rights are frequently top of mind, but host Eric Liu turns our attention to responsibilities. "Civic engagement isn't just voting or saying yes to jury duty. The new civic engagement is running for office," according to the founder of an online service that helps organize campaigns and manage political offices. We'll profile some local ...…
 
Citizen University TV hits the road with a special presentation of Civic Saturday, a series of community gatherings designed to instill a spirit of shared purpose - with liberty, equality and self-government at the heart. And when you add singing, poetry, readings and speeches, you get a lively and unique civic experience. Eric Liu explores the ...…
 
Performance is a powerful strategy for changing the game in politics and civic life according to host Eric Liu. Performing power is more than activist art or something on stage; it's about finding the courage to make powerful change. A Seattle performance-studies teacher and host of the Lulu Nation radio show sits down with Eric to share strate ...…
 
One skill for changing the equation of power in civic life is to share your power with those who will give something back. Host Eric Liu investigates ways to act reciprocally to generate power exponentially and build social capital - perhaps with interest. Hear about Citizen University's involvement in a national network of diverse civic innova ...…
 
Host Eric Liu reveals how thinking and acting in networks can grow power exponentially. He explores the strategy of harnessing people power to change the social and political equation. Vendors of Seattle's street newspaper "Real Change" share how they overcome first impressions to find their place and promote social justice and economic opportu ...…
 
Citizen University TV Host Eric Liu says to make change, "Make your fight a fable." He recommends choosing people and symbols that personify the bigger moral and political stakes to create potent symbols for your cause. Learn about 350 Seattle, a climate action network that incorporates art and street theater into its dramatic and sometimes dis ...…
 
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