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caption: Shy but tenacious, wolverines have worked their way down from British Columbia and returned to Mt Rainier after a century's absence.
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Shy but tenacious, wolverines have worked their way down from British Columbia and returned to Mt Rainier after a century's absence.

Happy to be back in Rainier National Park? So are these wolverines.

A homecoming for our mustelid friends. The reopening of the Seattle Art Museum. A local author reevaluates her life, and a revolutionizing of our COVID-19 testing strategy is upon us.

Individual segments are available in our podcast stream or at www.kuow.org/record.

Wolverines return to Mt Rainier

To avid hikers, it must have felt like ages being away from the park while it’s been closed to the public. Wolverines, on the other hand, have been absent for a century. Jocelyn Akins, founder of the Cascades Carnivore Project, is documenting their return.

Seattle Art Museum to reopen

Museums in Washington can finally open their doors again. KUOW’s Marcie Sillman spoke with Amada Cruz, Director and CEO of the Seattle Art Museum, about how things will change and how they’ll stay the same.

Molly Wizenberg, The Fixed Stars

By the age of 36, one might reasonably feel like they knew themselves. But as local author and restaurateur Molly Wizenberg discovered, we may still contain surprises. She chronicles that realization in her new memoir, The Fixed Stars.

Rapid COVID-19 testing

Until we get a vaccine, rapid and frequent COVID-19 testing is the only way to return to some semblance of normalcy in the US, argue Robinson Meyer and Alexis Madrigal in their piece for the Atlantic, "The Plan That Could Give Us Our Lives Back."