Master Builder's Association and RampathonIf you or your neighbor needs access into the house with a new ramp, check out this story.
Quantified:Quantified Conservation is the method of using data and technology to ensure that every restoration action translates to a positive outcome for the environment.
JBLM: Jack Stays In Touch With Our Local Military Personnel [Interviews]We've got a new relationship with the folks at the base. These troops are our neighbors and we care about them and appreciate their service. Each month Lee Callahan interviews a guest about the latest happenings and issues.
11.12 Muscular Dystrophy Association of Western WA: Passport To A CureGet your tickets now! The MDA Passport to a Cure on November 12th. An Inaugural Gala to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Wine and appetizers, dinner, silent and live auction.
Callahan Interview: Thomas Dolby Tells Incredible Stories Of David Bowie And MTV... great stories about the early days of MTV, Silicon Valley and that Nokia signature ringtone.
Proclaimers Talk To Callahan About WrestlingThese Scottish twins are on the road and touring and rarely get into beefs any more.
Outdoors For All [Audio Interview]This local group enriches the quality of lives of children and adults with disability through outdoor recreation. (Skiing! Biking! Kayaking!)
PCC Farmland Trust [Audio Interview]PCC Farmland Trust secures, preserves, and stewards threatened farmland in Washington, ensuring that generations of local farmers productively farm using sustainable and organic growing methods.
10.7 - 10.16 Seattle Made WeekDozens of producers, manufacturers, shops, and restaurants across the city showcased the huge variety of products made right here in Seattle.
The Soldiers ProjectArmy Veteran Zachary Sherman partners with The Soldiers Project to raise awareness and support for PTSD during his 9,484-mile motorcycle journey through North, Central and South America.
9.12 Mary's Place of Seattle Presents 'Original Voices'Original Voices – written by homeless and formerly-homeless women.
Catching Homelessness: UW Professor Tells Her Personal StorySeattle writer Josephine Ensign, known for her writing about nursing and about homelessness and for teaching student nurses and writers, talks about her book, Catching Homelessness: A Nurse’s Story of Falling Through the Safety Net.

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