Ed Murray, Mayor
SUBJECT: Wood nerds, local arts authority, author Daniel Silva, Council Conversations and gay rights on Seattle Channel
8/16/2012 3:22:00 PM
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Wood nerds, local arts authority, author Daniel Silva, Council Conversations and gay rights on Seattle Channel
It's your turn to Ask the Mayor
Mayor Mike McGinn joins Seattle Channel host Brian Callanan for this month's episode of Ask the Mayor, 7 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 22. Get in on the conversation. Submit your question now or call in during the live show.
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New Programs on SEATTLE CHANNEL, Cable 21
In Good Company
Meyer l Wells
Self-described "wood nerds" master craftsman Seth Meyer and furniture designer John Wells launched Meyer I Wells in 2006. Their mission – to combine a modern design sensibility and high level of furniture craft with an ecological ethic for sourcing their materials, mostly urban trees that would otherwise go to waste. Meyer I Wells is featured as part of In Good Company, a monthly showcase of locally-owned businesses. Watch it now!
Northwest Film Forum's Framing Pictures
Premieres tonight, Thurs., Aug. 16, 8:30 p.m.
The Northwest Film Forum's Framing Pictures is a monthly conversation with film critics and audiences. The discussion covers Jean Renoir's masterpiece Grand Illusion, a 1937 French war film; comic actor Buster Keaton, best-known for his silent films; the recently deceased influential film critic Andrew Sarris and the state of film criticism today. Watch it now!
Book Lust with Nancy Pearl
Author Daniel Silva
Premieres tonight, Thurs., Aug. 16, 10:30 p.m.
The American author of 15 spy novels, all best-sellers on the New York Times list, Daniel Silva discusses his newest novel, The Fallen Angel (July 2012) and Gabriel Allon, an Israeli art restorer, spy and assassin, who is a key figure in 12 of his titles. Watch it now!
Seattle Voices with Eric Liu
Leah Baltus, City Arts magazine editor
Premieres, Tuesday, Aug. 21, 7 p.m.
Leah Baltus is the editor-in-chief of City Arts magazine with a knack for navigating, inspiring and sharing Seattle's cultural phenomena from pop to politics. Previously, Baltus founded and edited arts quarterly RIVET magazine; co-founded Shunpike, a Seattle arts-service nonprofit; and consulted with dozens of local organizations as brand and editorial director at Pyramid Communications. Watch it now!
Council Conversations with Richard Conlin
Airs next on Thurs., Aug. 16, 7:30 p.m.
Host Josephine Cheng interviews Seattle City Councilmember Richard Conlin for the premiere of Council Conversations – a monthly, in-depth conversation with a city councilmember. Councilmember Conlin talks about his start in politics, his passions and how his world travels have influenced his decisions at home. Watch it now!
From the Archives
Gay Rights Debate: Dr. Ken Hutcherson v. Ron Sims
Airs on Thurs., Aug. 23, 2 p.m.
This November, Washington voters will decide on Referendum 74, which seeks to overturn the gay-marriage law signed in February. We're rebroadcasting a 2006 gay-rights debate between Dr. Ken Hutcherson, pastor of the Antioch Bible Church and an opponent of gay rights, and former King County Executive and HUD Deputy Secretary Ron Sims, son of a Baptist minister and lay minister himself, who takes the opposing view. Are gay rights akin to the African-American Civil Rights movement of the 1960s? These two influential black leaders take up the issue. Watch it now!
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