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Caroline Chamberlain Gomez

Podcast Producer

About

Caroline Chamberlain is KUOW’s podcast producer. Currently she is the producer of Second Wave, an American story that begins in Vietnam. Previously, she produced segments for KUOW’s midday news show The Record. Before moving to Seattle, Caroline was the Managing Producer of KCRW’s DnA, a show about design and architecture in Los Angeles and beyond. While at KCRW, she also worked on Good Food, hosted by Evan Kleiman. Born and raised in Southern California, she received her undergraduate degree at UCLA where she studied history and also worked for The Daily Bruin.

Podcasts

Stories

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    Amazon's self-driving cars to get tested by Seattle's rain

    Amazon says it's getting ready to test self-driving cars on the streets of downtown Seattle. The cars need to perform in adverse conditions, and Seattle has them. But advocates for pedestrian safety are concerned about what autonomous vehicles mean for walkers and cyclists.

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    La Niña winter is coming

    Do you feel it? The chill in the air? Meteorologists are predicting a La Niña weather pattern for this winter. Assistant state climatologist Karin Bumbaco explains what it means for Western Washington.

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    Our trees are stressed

    It’s fall, but you wouldn’t exactly know it from looking out the window. The trees that usually signal the changing season with a blaze of color aren’t popping like they usually do.

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    Now arriving, Northgate station

    Sound Transit unveiled Northgate Station last weekend, the new northernmost stop on our growing light rail system. And the train is not only changing the way people get around, but what each community looks like around each stop.

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    The U District is back

    As students return to classes and a new light rail station opens, the bustle is coming back to the University District.

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    South Seattle Emerald's Marcus Harrison Green

    If nothing else, this pandemic has given us a spotlight on some of society's biggest problems. Today, a conversation about how we can be part of the solution, with South Seattle Emerald publisher Marcus Harrison Green. He writes about the power of turning inward for answers to some of our most complex challenges in his new book, Readying to Rise.

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    Spiders in your house and yard

    It’s spider season here in the Pacific Northwest. Well, actually for just two types of spiders, but these are ones you’re most likely to notice. Burke Museum curator of arachnids Rod Crawford shares what we need to know about the giant house spider and European orb weaver.

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    Remembering the pandemic through objects

    While the pandemic is still raging, there are efforts to ensure we never forget how it has altered our lives. The Washington State History Museum is collecting artifacts (both tangible and digital) to commemorate how Washingtonians have experienced Covid. Head curator Margaret Wetherbee talks about the items they've collected so far and why it's important to document the pandemic while it's still happening.

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    Casual Friday: Spider season

    King County is making plans to verify vaccine status, there's some hope for the Mariners and it's spider season in the Pacific Northwest.