Doug Clark: ‘Cattle Cars That Fly’
Doug Clark published this song after “flying the unfriendly skies” during vacation. 1
Ron Paul takes questions from the press
Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul took questions from the media after his rally at the Spokane Convention Center on Friday, February 17, 2012.
Trailer Park Girls, “Life Goes On”
Doug Clark’s song about the unsolved Spokane Street Motel killings.
Julia Smith, music thanatologist, plays a song on the harp. Harp and song help ease dying people’s journey from this life.
Josh ‘Gasmasq’ Ogle
Rapper Josh Ogle, aka Gasmasq, on his initial and subsequent opinions of Spokane Mayor Mary Verner.
Mary Verner / rap duet, part 03
Spokane Mayor Mary Verner on whether she would consider doing more rap in the future.
Dr. Kennard Kapstafer, a 78-year-old pediatrician still in practice in Spokane, talks about the early roots of his medical career and his compassion.
Ian James’s phone call to 911
Ian E. James, 38, made this call to 911 after his girlfriend, Lynea M. Sprung Hambrice, 36, fell 12 stories to her death at the Coeur d’Alene Resort on July …
Wise Words with Carol Stueckle
Carol Stueckle describes how she went from “pampered farm wife” to career woman and elected official.
Brian Albrecht describes how quickly his work life changed in just one week. On a Monday, he found out his TV weather meteorologist contract wasn’t going to be renewed. By …
Wise Words with Kent Hoffman
Spokane psychotherapist Kent Hoffman says we learn how to deal with negative emotions in our earliest months of life, before language. If our caregivers gloss over sadness, anger and fear …
wise words with Roy Harrington
Roy Harrington, who has worked in social service for 42 years, said a lecture tape he heard in 1969, helped him the rest of the career. The lecture was given …
Angel Spell, urban forester
Spokane’s new urban forester, Angel Spell, is interviewed by Jonathan Brunt on April 23, 2010.
Denise Smart, Little League proposal
North Spokane resident Denise Smart talks June 11, 2009, about why she opposes building a Little League field on the city’s old dump site adjacent to her home.
Regina Belser on James von Brunn 01
Regina Belser, a former Webmaster for James W. von Brunn, talks about what she knows of his life in an interview with Dan Mitchinson Wednesday, June 10, 2009.
Inslee comment on court’s $100,000 per day fine
This is an audio clip of Gov. Jay Inslee’s statement on the state Supreme Court order regarding further action on public school funding
B) Steve Corker: “If the No. 1 priority of the city was public safety, would we have the courage to vote in a B&O (tax) to ensure that was funded?”
Spokane City Councilman Steve Corker argues that the City Council has been too focused on street issues when the No. 1 priority of the city should be public safety. Corker …
Lisa Bassett, Bike to Work commuter
Lisa Bassett talks about why she’s participating in Bike to Work Week and the importance of bicycling education.
Cheryle Hart on her sessions
Cheryle Hart explains how she started talking to groups of women about menopause and hormone therapy.
Wise Words with Mary Anne Ruddis
Mary Anne Ruddis, executive director of Candlelighters, explains why the group, which provides support for parents whose kids have cancer, is changing its name this month to the American Childhood …