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Northwest Passages: Dr. Umair Shah

On this Northwest Passages livestream Washington Secretary of Health Dr. Umair Shah talks with Spokesman-Review reporter Arielle Dreher about the state's response to COVID19 and other challenges.

Northwest Passages - Musician Myles Kennedy

Rock musician Myles Kennedy comes on the livestream to talk about his new album, "Ides of March," with Spokesman-Review writer Ed Condran. Apologies for the echoing audio.

Northwest Passages: Author Jennifer Longo

Author Jennifer Longo came on the Northwest Passages Book Club livestream to talk about her book "What I Carry," a novel about a teenage girl aging out of foster care. Molly Allen, co-founder of Safety Net, an organization that helps former foster kids, poses the questions.

Northwest Passages: Senator Patty Murray

The Spokesman-Review's Orion Donovan-Smith discusses childcare, the filibuster and other issues with Senator Patty Murray on the Northwest Passages livestream.

Northwest Passages - “Murder at the Mission”

Author and journalist Blaine Harden talks about his book, "Murder at the Mission," with Eastern Washington history professor Larry Cebula on the Northwest Passages Book Club livestream Thursday, May 6, 2021.