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Ask an Atheist has been producing content, week after week, without a break, since 2010. So we’re taking a break, but you’ll still get your shows every week.
Ask an Atheist is recording several shows this week! If you want a preview of what’s going on, check our feed throughout the day. When we’re not recording, we’ll either be carrying the KKNW stream or some other content so you know we’re around.
Today is Veterans Day here in the U.S., which means (among other things) that I’ll usually get a lot of email from local polticians about supporting veterans. That poses no problem for me, but one from Derek Kilmer, who represents Congressional District 6 gnawed at me a bit. The text of his letter his hardly […]
So, our short break away from the airwaves in Seattle/Tacoma is coming to an end, and a lot of the work we’ve been doing behind the scenes is starting to show! For example, the new name of the show is starting to show up in places. For another, thanks to our successful 2014 Streamathon, our […]
Will you be joining us online starting Saturday at noon PDT for our Streamathon fundraiser?? The cast and crew is now considering requests! (This is the audio of a YouTube video. Just like old times.) From: Saturday, September 20th @ 12:00PM Until: Sunday, September 21st @ 12:00PM (All times Pacific) No, we’re not asking you […]
Dave, Becky, and Sam digest the Pierce County Council meeting, where a majority of councilmembers voted to display “In God We Trust” prominently in chambers. (Links below the fold).
Sam, Becky, and Robert give an update on Robert’s upcoming invocations as a secular celebrant–and then get into the meaty parts of the Pierce County Council’s resolution to prominently display “In God We Trust.” (Links below the fold).
HALEA teaches debate skills, literacy, music, journalism, craftwork; they provide meals so HIV+ kids can take their pills w/out vomiting; they use theatre to educate slum teens about drug addition and sexual hygiene. Their security guard was brutalized and their headquarters burgled. How will they continue with their mission, combating cultural dogmas to empower youth?
Sam Mulvey: There are archetypes in radio broadcasting, and one of the most well known ones was the Professional Angry Person. Every market has one or more of them, and for a good, long while, that guy in Seattle was Ken Schram.