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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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    Suddenly we can't give vaccines away

    After months of scarce appointments, all of a sudden it’s easier than ever to get a vaccine in Seattle. But people don’t seem to be rushing out to get a shot, so the city is responding with some new ideas to get people motivated to get vaccinated. KUOW’s Eilis O’Neill explains.

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    "Kelp is underrated"

    We could do better when it comes to taking care of Puget Sound. Maybe it would be easier if we dug deeper into the connections between us and the 150 year old geoducks living there.

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    Casual Friday: Virtual Seafair

    This week we processed a verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial, weighed whether its safe to ditch the mask outdoors and learned that the Blue Angels will terrorizing Seattle pets virtually this year.

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    First day of school

    It’s the first day of part time, in-person school for some middle and high schoolers in Seattle Public Schools.

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    The trauma of police violence

    KUOW reporter Ashley Hiruko spoke with Marquita Jackson, who was thrown to the ground 20 years ago by a Federal Way police officer. Jackson told Ashley about how this event continues to affect her in her own life and as a parent.

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    A new green burial deal

    Where do we go when we die? How about a garden, or forest? Washington’s first funeral home offering you the chance to become compost opened in Kent last year. We talk with founder Katrina Spade.

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    No vaccine on the menu for food workers

    Your favorite restaurant will soon be able to reopen... halfway, for now. But line cooks, servers and other frontline workers in the hospitality industry are frustrated that they’re still not eligible to get a covid vaccine.

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    J. Kenji Lopez-Alt's take on Seattle

    One of the internet’s most popular chefs is also a recently transplanted Seattleite. We meet up with J. Kenji López-Alt to get his take on the city's food scene and his much-loved YouTube cooking series.

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    An Amazon warehouse may unionize

    Big labor drama is brewing in tiny Bessemer, Alabama, where fifty-eight hundred Amazon warehouse workers are currently voting in a highly publicized union election. New York Times tech correspondent Karen Weise explains why their decision could be a watershed moment for the company.