Live from the Mount Baker Theatre, it's Week in Review!
With Special Guests
- Sarah Leibovitz
Bill Radke reviews the week's news in Bellingham, at the Mount Baker Theatre, with Luke Burbank of Live Wire, Joni Balter of Civic Cocktail, and author Antonio García Martínez.
Week in Review is going "Down the Sound!" We're visiting Bellingham, Edmonds, Olympia, and then back to Seattle for a series of live shows. Today's show was taped at the Mount Baker Theatre in Bellingham in front of a live audience.
This week, a woman stood in a bus-only lane in Seattle, ushering traffic and yelling at cars that attempted to use the empty lane. Some are calling her a hero. Others find her annoying. What does our panel think? And speaking of drivers, we discuss a possible change to Washington state driver's licenses to allow people to choose M, F, or X as their gender.
Also, Amazon's Rekognition software can now detect fear. Is that a good idea? And Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is attacking Amazon, Jeff Bezos, and the Washington Post. Why?
Plus, how should we treat kids when they do something wrong? A teen was arrested this week for vandalizing a building during a climate crisis protest. She thought she was using washable paint, but an adult actually gave her non-washable paint.
And we have to talk about the Seahawks. Several current and former stars, including Kam Chancellor, Richard Sherman and Russell Wilson were complaining about a flag over unnecessary roughness during a game.
Finally: Should Seattle regulate living in RVs? And do salmon like being airborne?