Ep. 124. Catholic Community Associate Director of Housing Malora Christensen and Port Commissioner Michael McAuley on the Port of Bellingham’s rejection of the city’s offer, the future of a city homeless shelter, and homelessness issues in Bellingham. Also, a farewell to former WA Governer, Mike Lowry. Listen now.
Ep. 122: Transgender community conversation and I-1552 rears its ugly head. Also, Hirst and Whatcom Water rights, and a group diatribe on the perils of being a pedestrian in Bellingham.
100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day, all-women panel with Catherine Chambers, Teizeen Mohamedali and women from around the world. We talk about young women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) fields, stereotypes about women and more. Citizen Journalist Rosa Tobin interviews students from Brasil, China, Russia and Saudi Arabia.
Former City/County Councilman Seth Fleetwood and enviro-political man-about-town Alex Ramel.
Trying to find Doug Ericksen, saving Blanchard Forest and bills that live and bills that die in the WA State Leg. Also, the rollercoaster ride of good and bad news on the LGBTQ front.