Season 4

    Video thumbnail: IN Close A Nagasaki Survivor Visits Hanford

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    A Nagasaki Survivor Visits Hanford

    “It’s like they are walking on graves. I can’t forgive that.”

    A Nagasaki Survivor Visits Hanford

    Video thumbnail: IN Close Seattle World School Offers a Welcoming Haven for Immigrant

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    Seattle World School Offers a Welcoming Haven for Immigrant

    A unique public school program addresses the many needs of immigrant students.

    Seattle World School Offers a Welcoming Haven for Immigrant

    Video thumbnail: IN Close There Goes the Gayborhood: Seattle’s Shifting Queer Geograph

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    There Goes the Gayborhood: Seattle’s Shifting Queer Geograph

    As development and gentrification sweep in, is Seattle’s gayborhood — Capitol Hill — dying

    There Goes the Gayborhood: Seattle’s Shifting Queer Geograph

    Video thumbnail: IN Close The Last 747: The World’s First Jumbo Jet Flies Home

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    The Last 747: The World’s First Jumbo Jet Flies Home

    The long glide to retirement launches a wave of nostalgia for the “Queen of the Skies.”

    The Last 747: The World’s First Jumbo Jet Flies Home

    Video thumbnail: IN Close Questions and Astronauts

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    Questions and Astronauts

    Middle-Schoolers Participate in an Out-of-This-World Q&A

    Questions and Astronauts

    Video thumbnail: IN Close Noah’s March: 11-Year-Old Breaks a Record Walking for a Cure

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    Noah’s March: 11-Year-Old Breaks a Record Walking for a Cure

    One step at a time, Noah Barnes is raising awareness for a cure for Type 1 Diabetes.

    Noah’s March: 11-Year-Old Breaks a Record Walking for a Cure

    Video thumbnail: IN Close The Choir That Sings for the Dying

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    The Choir That Sings for the Dying

    At the twilight of life, a choir eases the ultimate passage.

    The Choir That Sings for the Dying

    Video thumbnail: IN Close Bike Share Is Back in Seattle

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    Bike Share Is Back in Seattle

    Can Seattle’s new app-based bike-shares succeed where others have failed?

    Bike Share Is Back in Seattle

    Video thumbnail: IN Close The Chimps of Cle Elum, Washington

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    The Chimps of Cle Elum, Washington

    Former laboratory research chimpanzees find a sanctuary.

    The Chimps of Cle Elum, Washington

    Video thumbnail: IN Close The Chimps of Cle Elum

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    The Chimps of Cle Elum

    Meet seven former laboratory research chimpanzees.

    The Chimps of Cle Elum

    Video thumbnail: IN Close Vancouver Forever Changed by Expo ’86

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    Vancouver Forever Changed by Expo ’86

    How the last World’s Fair to be held in North America transformed a city.

    Vancouver Forever Changed by Expo ’86

    Video thumbnail: IN Close Seattle Housing Levy Explained

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    Seattle Housing Levy Explained

    Seattle to decide on one of the largest affordable housing measures ever proposed.

    Seattle Housing Levy Explained

    Video thumbnail: IN Close Drifting: Showing Off Motorsports’ Smooth Moves

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    Drifting: Showing Off Motorsports’ Smooth Moves

    DriftCon is a Northwest motorsport event that is the ballet of car racing.

    Drifting: Showing Off Motorsports’ Smooth Moves

    Video thumbnail: IN Close Primaires 2016: Who Cares? You Should

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    Primaires 2016: Who Cares? You Should

    Will voters choose vacation over voting?

    Primaires 2016: Who Cares? You Should

    Video thumbnail: IN Close  Making the Boats that Win

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    Making the Boats that Win

    "The Boys in the Boat" Won in a Racing Shell Built by a Company Still in Business

    Making the Boats that Win

    Video thumbnail: IN Close Tiny House Revolution

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    Tiny House Revolution

    Nicole Abercrombie teaches young girls learning to build tiny houses.

    Tiny House Revolution

    Video thumbnail: IN Close Creating the Virtual Reality Experience

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    Creating the Virtual Reality Experience

    Filmmaker Sandy Smolan takes us underwater using VR.

    Creating the Virtual Reality Experience

    Video thumbnail: IN Close José Iñiguez: From Orchards to Opera

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    José Iñiguez: From Orchards to Opera

    Pursuing a personal dream leads to celebration of family and culture

    José Iñiguez: From Orchards to Opera

    Video thumbnail: IN Close Can Software Detect Empathy?

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    Can Software Detect Empathy?

    New software that can analyse human emotion.

    Can Software Detect Empathy?

    Video thumbnail: IN Close Different One: A Native Artist and the Future

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    Different One: A Native Artist and the Future

    James Madison Honors the Past by Using New Shapes, Forms and Materials

    Different One: A Native Artist and the Future

    Video thumbnail: IN Close Creating Julia:  Sesame Street's new character with autism

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    Creating Julia: Sesame Street's new character with autism

    A University of Washington professor helps Sesame Street create a character with autism.

    Creating Julia: Sesame Street's new character with autism

    Video thumbnail: IN Close Race and Representation: Kehinde Wiley at SAM

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    Race and Representation: Kehinde Wiley at SAM

    A retrospective of American artist Kehinde Wiley at the Seattle Art Museum.

    Race and Representation: Kehinde Wiley at SAM