Jan 31, 2020
#007: Influential rock percussionist Carmine Appice wrote an autobiography called "Stick It." It's not about drumming.
Jan 24, 2020
#006: Teenagers at Chief Sealth International High School saw his body before the medical examiner took it away. We knew him when he was alive: musician in the early Seattle grunge scene, cultivator of pot and mushrooms, fast driver of vans, gentle giant, lover of cats. R.I.P.
Jan 17, 2020
#005: Psychedelics and the newfound freedom provided by the pill meant sweet times on the hippie scene - until the criminal element moved in and ruined everything. Our interview with Elaine, who was there.
Plus: Seattle Sucks, Doordash: why the delivery boy economic bubble is stupid.
Jan 9, 2020
#004: Profiles of deceased Seattle cult video star and "worst guitar player in history" Three Finger Jack and homeless punk rock cartoonist Ace Backwords, who lives in the hills of Berkeley, California with a bunch of feral cats and some turkeys.
Also: R.I.P. audacious Seattle filmmaker and bad artist Karl Krogstad.
Jan 3, 2020
#003: Native Americans, Mexicans, African Americans ... Japanese draft resisters ... Charles Manson - they all did time on McNeil Island - a chilling symbol of our racist, punitive carceral state. The Alcatraz of the Pacific Northwest. There are sex offenders there now. They have served their time but are under...