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What's your anthem of the year?

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Emotional and inspirational, we hear about your personal anthem of the year. We also take a look at the new Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan, and his time at Boeing and the University of Washington. Plus, a conversation with historians Paul Dorpat and Jean Sherrard about their collaboration, "Seattle Now and Then."

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What's your anthem of the year?

Marcie Sillman is joined by Liz Riley of Three Imaginary Girls and SassyBlack to talk about their anthems of the year. They talk about what makes a great anthem and why we're drawn to them.

Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan's history in Washington state

Marcie Sillman speaks to Washington Post reporter Dan Lamothe about Shanahan's time at Boeing and the University of Washington and what it might mean for his leadership.

Paul Dorpat and Jean Sherrard

Marcie Sillman speaks to historian Paul Dorpat and photographer Jean Sherrard. For more than 30 years, Dorpat has been highlighting Seattle's evolution in his Seattle Time's column "Now and Then." In their new book Seattle Now and Then, Dorpat and Sherrard winnowed down 1,800 columns into 100 photo essays.

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