Ready for the snow, Joni Balter, C.R. Douglas, Bill Radke and Luke Burbank [L-R]
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Ready for the snow, Joni Balter, C.R. Douglas, Bill Radke and Luke Burbank [L-R]
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This week we’re braving the elements and the news

Bill Radke reviews the week’s news with Luke Burbank, host of Live Wire and the podcast Too Beautiful To Live, Joni Balter, host of Civic Cocktail on Seattle Channel, and C.R. Douglas, political analyst for Q13.

The Puget Sound area was blanketed in snow and ice this week, with another storm on the way. We discuss the madness at local stores, madness on the road and how Seattle has been handling the snow.

The Monday snow made for a quiet opening for the new waterfront tunnel, but by mid-week the tunnel was backing up, just like the old viaduct. So how is the tunnel changing Seattle’s driving habits?

Amazon might not expand its headquarters to New York City after all. Some New York politicians have opposed Amazon — and now the Washington Post reports that Amazon is reconsidering its plan to go to New York. What does all this mean for the relationship between the company and the cities it operates in?

Plus! Jeff Bezos vs. The National Enquirer, Howard Schultz's billionaire blues and the State of the Union.

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