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caption: Chris Kattan and his new book, Baby Don't Hurt Me.
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Chris Kattan and his new book, Baby Don't Hurt Me.
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And how many of his characters – even Mango – were based on animals. We chat with the County Executive. An onstage ode to a changed Seattle. And: it’s goat transport season.

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Chris Kattan, Baby Don't Hurt Me

SNL’s Chris Kattan was famous for characters like Mango and Mr. Peepers. Now he’s written a book called Baby Don’t Hurt Me: Stories and Scars from Saturday Night Live.

Dow Constantine

King County Executive Dow Constantine talked public health and land conservation with Ross Reynolds.


Seattle has been one of the top 5 fastest-growing big cities every year since 2013. That means cranes, construction, and a transformed landscape. In their new play Vicinity/Memoryall, former bookstore owners and longtime Seattleites Christine Deavel and John Marshall reflect on the city they’ve lost.

Goat moving 2.0

It’s that time of year again! Goats are swinging from helicopters from the Olympics to the North Cascades. David Wallin is a mountain goat researcher at Western Washington University.

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